Graffiti with an Energetic Flow

salmon and brown lettering graffiti by bacon
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He started writing his graffiti name Bacon on walls in Toronto in the early 90s. Twenty years has past since then and his urban art has really evolved. His outlines are perfectly fluid, his color combinations and shading are beautiful, and there is dynamic movement in all of his works. A few murals (like the one shown below) even look like art from the Futurism period, a time when painters would focus on concepts of modernity, involving speed, technology, youth and violence.

yellow, white and green graffiti by bacon pink and yellow graffiti by bacon slanted graffiti by bacon bubble style graffiti by bacon
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magenta and purple graffiti by bacon side view of bacon's graffiti art modern art graffiti by bacon a work in progress by bacon
Reference: "Futurism." Wikipedia. Retrieved on August 19, 2014.

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Adriana is the Webby Award–winning designer, editor of Scene360 magazine and author of "Tat'oo" book. Acquiring 20 years of writing experience in fine arts, Adriana has dedicated her time to documenting the lives and work of tattooists. Published also on Inked, Skin Deep, Tattoo Life and more. Follow the author @ Instagram and view more articles.