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Graffiti on the wall in the room ?

Graffiti comes from the Italian word “graffito” which translates as scrawled. Probably the very first graffiti, you can consider scratched drawings in caves. Of course, there is a huge difference between” cave graffiti ” and what we understand now. Modern graffiti originated in America as part of the hip-hop culture.

If you ask a simple passer-by what they mean by “graffiti”, then in 90 percent of cases they will start telling You about the inscriptions on the walls, as well as drawings. Indeed, graffiti is a street painting of walls, which by the way has grown from primitive letters and numbers to real works of art. See for yourself…

In modern design, sometimes you want to make something interesting and unique, so to say really exclusive and memorable. Graffiti in the interior, this is exactly what you need. Depending on the interior, a sketch of the image is made, which is then transferred to the wall.

If you decide to make graffiti at home, it is better to find an artist-writer, for example, here graffitizone.ru who will advise You what is best to draw, will acquaint You with the works of graffiti artists, after viewing which you will definitely find “your graffiti”.

When choosing a drawing, you need to consider the following, this is the color scheme, it should be in good harmony with the entire interior. Also, the theme, for example, in the kitchen, you can depict a still life, and in the hall you can depict a fantastic landscape or something else.

It is worth saying that graffiti will come out much cheaper than painting. So if you have long dreamed of painting in the room, but did not decide because of the material costs, then consider the option with graffiti, maybe this is what you need. Another important aspect when choosing a drawing. The drawing itself should be visually well viewed from the opposite wall, so that there is no desire to go outside the room to better view the graffiti.

If you suddenly decided to try yourself in graffiti, then you don’t need to know anything super complicated. You only need to find the picture you like, decide on the color scheme. Buy aerosol cans with paint, respirators, gloves, brushes and rollers, various nozzles for aerosols, stencils, tape, etc.And you can start experimenting. Maybe you will discover a new talent in yourself. The main thing is not to be afraid, of course, it is difficult to say what will happen in the end. But even if you suddenly do not get anything, you can always repaint. Try it and you will succeed!!!

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