Here some new work from the Amsterdam-based urban art duo Graphic Surgery which with only needs tape, spray-paint and abandoned walls to create these fantastic, architectural-inspired, geometrical graffiti artworks like the ones presented here.
According to the artists their work is “strongly influenced by city elements. The city is mostly built up out of walls, so it is simply a perfect surface to apply it to. One could say our work belongs to walls.” – Graphic Surgery (read the full interview here)
The next work is a collaboration between Graphic Surgery and Perongeluk a mural “consisting of five rhombus shapes” and directly titled as such. A nice mix of both artists styles.
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