Graffiti has long been considered a part of everyday life. Modern graffiti challenges society and its standards. The governments of many countries treat this art as a serious trouble and danger. There are hundreds of talented artists who are happy to demonstrate their work to the viewer as a reaction to ongoing events both within their country and abroad. Avoiding problems with the authorities, such artists, as a rule, remain anonymous. This move makes them very popular.
These rather controversial but interesting yellow fists can be seen all over Istanbul, Turkey. Whatever the message of this artist, it is unequivocally clear that these works are intended to raise the viewer’s curiosity.
Sicboy is an artist originally from Bristol who moved to London in 2007. Most of his work can be found in the east, in the Ende area of London. He is a fine art student and several of his paintings have been sold for over £50,000. He has every chance to add to the list of the greatest street artists in the world.
Blue is an Italian artist from Bologna. His work can be seen on the sides of the houses. His work depicts sarcasm and comedy.
D*Face is an artist from London who creates absurd works that usually contain wings, famous people, fictional characters, and many other elements that make his work more interesting in the eyes of the viewer.
Cyclops and Sweet Toof
This duo includes English and French artists who work together to bring their ideas to life. Their work can be seen in subway cars, construction sites, and many other objects.
Sidron’s work is deeply imbued with feelings of social unrest, concern for global problems, despite this, the characters portrayed by this artist are like comic book heroes.
And finally, Banksy is the most famous graffiti artist.