Sunday, October 31, 2010

Amazing Graffiti Alphabet Deem

    Deem graffiti alphabet amazing and cool. Examples of graffiti art on the walls of a beautiful street. Perfect blend of color, there is also a 3D impression.Source URL:
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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Graffiti Bubble Writing Alphabet A to Z

    Alphabet letters that are written to produce the bubble fun, cool and beautiful. writing graffiti bubble from A to Z is fun. cool style bubble of people who see any'll be amazed with the results that you create.
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Graffiti Slank

Lower Back Tribal Tattoos

    For centuries we have painted ourselves with tattoos and recently the appearance of this body art form has exploded in popularity with great numbers of people getting themselves inked.There are a variety of different styles in tattoo design from crude home made forms using a bottle of shop bought ink and a sewing needle to highly sophisticated methods involving the latest colors of Source URL:
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Friday, October 29, 2010

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Cool Paper Graffiti Alphabet Letters

Snake And Flower Tattoos For Girls Back

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Graffiti Names A-Z | Graffiti Alphabet Letters

Puzzle Graffiti

Creative Graffiti

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Graffiti Tag Styles - Outline Shadow and Color Tags

Graffiti Tag Styles - Outlined Tags

Graffiti Tag Styles - Shadow Tag

Graffiti Tag Styles - Plain Tags

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Extreme Peacock Tattoo

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Shanghai Graffiti 154

Graffiti In Blue

Graffiti Boot

Graffiti Beatles

Zombie Graffiti

Graffiti in White Paper

Lonely Graffiti

Canyon Graffiti Fest

Ilustracion via Graffiti

Shanghai Graffiti

2 Color Graffiti Style

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Monday, October 25, 2010

Angel Tattoo Design

Football-Style Graffiti Alphabet Letters

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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Blitz

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Tell Tall Tales tattoos

    Your tattoos show strength of character, or say that there is something that you do not? Stories of tattoos is a serious and high reach places that you like, but can cause serious problems if you learn, are not as complicated as you want. For those who want something Pius, who has himself and others, before taking a badge of honor.Source URL:
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Graffiti Alphabet B | Graffiti Letter B

Friday, October 22, 2010
    With recent controversy surrounding sports men and women being seriously injured on the field by advertising boards and banners, the Expand a Sign Health and Safety Department (no, we don’t actually have such a task force) decided to put one of the latest members of the branding team to the test. The Ex-Up banner is unique in that it winds open and closed effortlessly, has no loose parts, and has replaceable fabric ‘skins’. I can’t lie, we love this advertising gem. With 3 sizes available, and the option of vertical or horizontal branding, I can understand why the Ex-Up won an award at the 2009 Red Dot Design Awards in Germany.

    Meet Wade.
    32 years old.   
    Loves his kid.
    Surfing enthusiast, enjoys burning rubber on a dirt bike, and I suspect that he has a particular penchant for damage and demolition.

    With an Extra Large Ex-Up banner in tow, Wade and his posse of wannabe stuntmen made their way to the ‘testing zone.’ Located in the outskirts of Hillcrest in South Africa, Crestholme is an area with a noticably quiet, slower pace of life.

    Until now.

    Wade’s mission, should he choose to accept it, would be to ramp into the air and land onto an Ex-Up banner. With his Yamaha YZ 250, Wade was amped. Psyched. Rearing to go. But would the Ex-Up banner prove too strong for our Evel Knievel daredevil? Would this leap of bravery result in severe pain and suffering? 
    By now, a small group of children had gathered to witness the stunt. Dubbed ‘the pit crew’, they were captivated by the events surrounding them.

    As Wade turned on the ignition, opened the throttle and accelerated into 3rd gear, the crowd all gasped in unison. When he flew into the air and connected with the Ex-Up, a dubious ‘crunch’ sound was heard by all. On closer inspection of the banner’s frame, a diagnosis of ‘fractured rod’ was made. But our Motorbike Man was in one piece, and the banner was repaired in less than 5 minutes, and at a cost of less than $2 US.

    Next, we hope to find someone willing to skateboard over an Ex-Up. We’ll let you know how it goes!
    Team EAS.
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Alphabet in Bubble Letters Graffiti Street Art

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Jerko | Graffiti Trains

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Fahrani Tattoo

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Sym | Graffiti Trains

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

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Graffiti Alphabet Rumor | Graffiti Train

Tattoos are in Demand

Monday, October 18, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Stunning: Colors, Cool Style

    On the 9th September, Roger and Matthew (the Expand a Sign 'Twins of Mass Disruption') embarked on an experience of a lifetime with two things in mind. Firstly, to complete the gruelling Wild Run Race and secondly, to make a meaningful contribution to the local community.

    The Wild Run Race is a three day, 112km trail running stage race along one of the most rugged and beautiful coastlines in South Africa; the Wildcoast. The event starts at the Great Kei River and finishes at the beautiful natural wonder - The Hole-in-the-Wall. Between the two is 112km of wilderness with golden beaches, rolling hills, spectacular cliffs, wildlife, dolphins, warm sea, blue sky and friendly people. The race was extremely difficult as they ran through tough terrain – swimming across rivers, crossing soft sand, fighting the prevailing wind, rock hopping and traversing uneven ground. Passing a decomposing whale carcass and a rusty old ship wreck were certainly unique experiences in themselves.

    Waking each morning with aching bones, popped blisters and bandaged knees to run the distance of a marathon, off road, for 3 consecutive days, was understandably draining on the body and mind. If anything, this gives one a taste of the lifestyles that the local community experience on a daily basis. With very little infrastructure in the Transkei, the local people face the daily challenges of fetching water, collecting firewood and keeping themselves fed. The pair regularly came across women and children dragging fire wood behind a donkey, carrying barrels of water on their heads or collecting mussels off the rocks.

    The twins were joined by Bob Skinstad (ex Springbok Rugby player) and Ron Rutland who represented the Bobs for Good Foundation which is a charity that provides free shoes to the rural school children of South Africa. The aim on this trip was to supply the children of Ngubenyathi Primary School with school shoes. We embraced this initiative by contributing school bags made from the off cut banner material. The manufacture of these bags help us reduce our carbon footprint (by recycling our banner material), allows us to support a small women-only business, and results in a quality product that less privileged school children value. 

    Each scholar received a brand new pair of school shoes placed inside a lovely colourful school bag. A large group chose to help and hand out the shoes to the 200 children and after a very moving acceptance speech by both the local municipal leader and school teacher (one teacher for grades 6, 7, 8 and 9!) they set about fitting the boys and girls with their new shoes. It was a small initiative by us, but meant so much to the local community. All the elders arrived wearing their best kit to watch the events unfold. It was upsetting to witness how few teachers there were at the school as they were on the ‘national strike’. They ended the day by singing the National Anthem with the children which was really moving. It was so rewarding to make a small difference to a community who has so little. The motto on the wall outside the school said it all “forwards EVER, backwards NEVER”.

    What an honour it was to  experience such a beautiful part of the world and to experience such a wonderful community.

    Expand a Sign.

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