Graffiti started to appear in America around the late 1960's on walls and subways in New York. First used as a form of expression by political activists or by youth gangs to mark territory, it later became part of the hip hop culture and then the art world. Today spray paint pieces in public spaces are still regarded as vandalism.

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Portrait of a young Man
Portrait of a young man on Melrose Avenue

Basketball player Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers 2001 by Man One + Sacred

Lady Bling in Los Angeles
Lady with bling jewelry in Highland Park


Free Burma
Free Burma stencil art with three orange buddhist monks walking on the streets

Cherub stencil art
A cherub is playing the Violin on Sunset Blvd. 2008 stencil art by artist Blek le Rat


Mona Lisa is looking concerned onto the surrounding graffiti at the Los Angeles Arts District
Mona Lisa in Los Angeles

Weedmann mural 2009 by Studio 43 at Liberty Bell Temple Rastafarian Ministry
Weedmann in Hollywood

Kosmic Krylon Garage graffiti 2004 by spray paint artist Kenny Scharf .Public Art at the PCMA Museum of California Art in Pasadena
Krylon by Kenny Scharf

Latina on a Rocket on Melrose at Fairfax
Latina on a Rocket

The Third Eye a.k.a Ajna Chakra or Sixth Chakra or Brow chakra on Sunset Blvd
The third Eye / Ajna Chakra

The California Girl on Beverly Boulevard
California Girl

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Goddess of Graffiti
The goddess of graffiti and spraypaint art