Off The Wall: 14 3D Graffiti Sculptures, Furniture & Much More

Off the Wall: 14 3D Graffiti Sculptures, Furniture & Much more

Report by Steph, filed under Street Ar2rk & Graffiti in the Ar2rk category.

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Flat paint on 2-dimensional surfaces springs to life in surprising ways in these 14 graffiti-inspired tasks ranging from sand sculptures to whole apartment buildings. Street art’s impact on visual culture expands into furnishings design and style, architecture, art installations, 3D printed functions and fantastical digital animations that envision graffiti moving by means of area like living organisms.

The Hive Apartment by ITN Architects

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Created for an architect and street artist, the facade of this Melbourne house fittingly consists of built-in graffiti manufactured from precast, 4-meter-tall concrete letters spelling out ‘The Hive.’ The lettering is a load-bearing portion of the creating, creating for a striking transition amongst the modern home and its outdated brick tailor shop neighbor.

Big-Scale Graffiti Sculptures by Zeus

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London-primarily based graffiti artist Zeus brings his ar2rk into 3 dimensions with a assortment of huge-scale sculptural works which includes tags that protrude from walls and autos.


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Street graffiti moves into the living area with coffee tables, side tables and chairs marrying tag type with baroque furniture traditions. Designer Luis Alicandu is a former tagger who has considering that turned his creative urges into a passion for industrial design.

Digital 3D Graffiti Animations

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These 3D graffiti creations by ‘Graffiti Technica’ are completely digital, but view the video clips to see outstanding animations that bring street art to daily life in a novel way, cruising via the air like alien organisms.

Graffiti Examination Series by Evan Roth

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Here’s a completely different way of looking at making graffiti 3-dimensional: a sculpture that captures a tagger’s movements as they function. Designer Evan Roth designed this piece, CAP, algorithmically by movement-capturing the writing of street artist CAP in the 1983 documentary Design Wars. The piece is created of chrome-dipped ABS thermoplastic.