We have 26 letters in the English alphabet, and although people can usually read them fluently when structured into words and sentences, the art form of graffiti abstracts those letters to a point too wild to be legible. This abstracted-looking piece is built from interlocking letters, bars, and arrows in a complex style called “Wildstyle.” Many artists worldwide are fluent in reading this style of intricate lettering. If at first you can’t read it, there is usually a hint written close by. The color scheme is reminiscent of a dramatic sunset.Staff Favorite:
“At first glimpse, I instantly loved the vibrant color palette that's simultaneously hot and cool. The wild lettering shape strikes me as old-school yet very modern, futuristic looking even. Then I was baffled by the fact that it's actually legible!
The piece looks like a fierce creative release carved into the air by an urban psychedelic swordsman. It looks very powerful and I will wear it proudly!
As for the collection in general, I find it really great that it's very focused on artistic and community matters and presented in original ways, from simple to very smart and detailed designs.” -- $Thunderstatement