Writing Illegal Graffiti On The Streets For A Property Owner

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Legal A piece that is made with permission of a property owner. Artists generally have to gain experience writing illegal graffiti on the streets for a considerable amount of time to be considered for legal, and sometimes commissioned, graffiti. Some artists believe that graffiti is illegal by definition, and are not interested by painting in legal areas or having their work sanctioned by society. Mop A graffiti marker used to draw large tags. Mops have a rounded nib, and leave a fat drippy line. Mops can be purchased pre-filled, or can be filled with the artist 's own inks or paints. Motives of graffiti artists Respect and fame are the driving forces of graffiti artists. Drawing graffiti provides excitement and action, a sense of control, and an element of risk. Names Every graffiti form involves the artist 's name or tag. The name is what graffiti is about, and it is used as either the central feature or as an ornament within the piece. This is because writers want to be known. The work usually involves the artist’s self-chosen name or nickname, not their true name. Some writers will also use multiple spellings of their name so that they can mix up the letters or use a long form when painting large pieces and short form for throw-ups. Writers whose names are well recognized by other artists and the authorities have been known to change their names to avoid prosecution. Other times they simply get tired of doing the same letters over and over.

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