How do I choose a graffiti tag?

How do I choose a graffiti tag?

Here is a list of things to consider when choosing graffiti names.

  1. 1- What type of graffiti are you doing?
  2. 2- Know your city’s heritage.
  3. 3- Know your general graffiti history.
  4. 4- Don’t over think it.
  5. 5- Find your sweet spot.
  6. 6- Don’t try to please people.
  7. 7- Stay away from clichés.
  8. 8- Please remember that style is king.

Who is the greatest graffiti artists of all time?

Famous street artists

  1. Cornbread. Born Darryl McCray, Cornbread is generally acknowledged to be the first modern graffiti artist, who got his start tagging in Philadelphia during the late 1960s.
  2. Daze.
  3. Dondi White.
  4. Tracy 168.
  5. Lady Pink.
  6. Jean-Michel Basquiat (SAMO)
  7. Keith Haring.
  8. Shepard Fairey.

How to pick a graffiti name?

Stylefile brush markers for fill-ins*

  • Posca markers PC 1MR 0.7mm*for highlights and outlines
  • A black Stylefile marker*for handstyles
  • Standard multipurpose copy printer paper or a blackbook (e.g. Montana)*
  • What is the Graffiti alphabet?

    Political graffiti around the world

  • Anti Iraqi war graffiti by street artist Sony Montana in Cancun,Mexico (2007)
  • Wall in Belgrade,Serbia,with the slogan “Vote for Filip Filipović “,who was the communist candidate for the mayor of Belgrade (1920)
  • An interpretation of Liberty Leading the People on the separation barrier which runs through Bethlehem
  • What is graffiti style?

    Members of the public have been left wondering whether Grimsby has become the recipient of a piece of art by famous graffiti artist Banksy. A piece done in the artist’s style has appeared on a bus shelter in Humberston over the past few days, leaving many

    What is graffiti text?

    Ancient graffiti

  • Ancient Pompeii graffito caricature of a politician
  • Ironic wall inscription commenting on boring graffiti
  • Satirical Alexamenos graffito,possibly the earliest known representation of Jesus
  • Graffiti,Church of the Holy Sepulchre,Jerusalem
  • Crusader graffiti in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre