Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Graffiti Sketches: Graffiti Alphabet Cool High Heels

Monday, November 29, 2010

Graffiti Sketches: Graffiti Alphabet High Heels

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet "Sabataz"

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Letters: Typograffiti

Friday, November 26, 2010
    Most of us hold fond memories of Christmas. Some people enjoy the stereotyped scene of snowflakes, holly and carols being sung whilst others bask in the long, warm days with the familiar scent of suntan lotion lingering in the air. 

    But there’s one dude who’s not so thrilled anymore about Christmas. Ol’ Santa himself. A combination of a belated midlife crisis (He didn't cope too well upon realisation that he's been around since the mid 1600's), in conjunction with Mrs. Claus’ alleged affair with a workshop elf, had taken Saint Nicholas over the edge. After a chronic eggnog binging session, which resulted in an FUI (Flying under the influence) and the suspension of his sleigh, Santa was in despair. But when he sank into overeating depression, gained a few lbs and got stuck inside a chimney, he knew it was time for change.

    So, like many high profile celebrities, Santa was sent to a remote and undisclosed location. Call it rehab, call it an escape; he just needed to get away. And the seaside city of Durban, on the East Coast of South Africa was just the perfect place. So with Rudolph and the reindeers in the kennel, Father Christmas packed his big black sack and bid farewell to the North Pole.

    With his Expand a Sign chariot ferrying him around, Santa has really been enjoying his vacation in Africa. A welcomed break from the perpetual snow that he was so familiar with, has seen him socialise at restaurants and shopping centres, visit the Moses Mabhida Soccer Stadium and attend the KPMG Business Relay.

    But in order for Kris Kringle to truly enjoy the experience, and to recover, we feel that he needs to explore each and every aspect of the area. 

    So, where would you take him? Let us know here.


    *Santa is an Ex-T shaped Banner stand.
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Graffiti Murals Merapi

    Graffiti mural was created after a volcano erupted Merapi. Mount Merapi erupted on 5 November 2010. Merapi eruption was even more devastating than the eruption of Merapi in 1872.
    Residents Hail Magelang regency, Central Java, Merapi eruption incised memories of the events of 2010 in a frame of graffiti art murals. The work of art in painting murals on a wall owned by residents in Yogyakarta, Magelang highway, dated 26 November 2010.

    There are three works, each mural panel drawing all the events of the Merapi eruption began drawing lijar molten lava, pyroclastic fury (wedhus trash) and residents flee.
    Vertical eruption events become special memories for residents and nearby Magelang because almost for about 10 days the areas exposed to rain ash is very thick and dense.
    Pyroclastic fury / wedhus gembel also depicted with a distance range up to a radius of 15 km from the summit.
    Massive displacement events for the citizens of Magelang, Sleman and Klaten become special memories for not only humans but animals are also displaced. [Via]
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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Graffiti Sketch: I Love Graffiti Alphabet

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

A dead tree is creeping up all the inked back


    His inked back looks like a sketch. Sketch is excellent but inked in gal’s back, I don’t think it is beautiful. I personally prefer to green trees and bright flowers. So I really wonder what fascinated this sexy girl to get this tattoo. But another glance, it is really good and charming in his back–anything has exception.

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Graffiti Sketches: Graffiti Alphabet URU

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Spain Graffiti Fonts: Graffiti Alphabet

Monday, November 22, 2010

Graffiti Sketches: Graffiti Alphabet by Meine Crew

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Graffiti Sketches: 3D Graffiti Art Alphabet

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Graffiti Sketches: Graffiti Alphabet PAS

Friday, November 19, 2010

Graffiti Sketches: Graffiti Alphabet WIS

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Poser: Graffiti Trains

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Women and Tattoos

    Women and Tattoos

    Today, one of the most common body accessories that differentiate the “cool” woman from the plain Janes are the cute little tattoos that she proudly wears on her skin. Even today, celebrity tattoos have gone mainstream and the culture of celebrity tattoos covers acting, sport, music, models and people who are famous for being famous. This is another strong indication that celebrity tattoos are well and truly part of mainstream culture. The traditional stereotypes and stigmas that surrounded tattoos have been swept away and women have the confidence to wear their tattoos with pride. Tattooing is increasingly getting popular among women as more and more female celebrities flaunt their body accessories in the form of tattoos.

    The rose is one of the most popular among flower tattoos, along with baby’s breath, which means pure heart, the buttercup and it’s symbol of riches, the carnation and it’s meaning of love. The role of women in ancient tribal cultures, contributed to the popularity of tribal tattoos designs, featuring feminine symbols, representations and energies not seen before, except when tribal art was originated. The Women today, are flourishing in this expression of art as never before seen. Through the art of Tattoos.

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Kerry Katona Tattoos

    Kerry Katona is an English singer and actress, best known as a member of the girl pop group Atomic Kitten.

    Kerry Katona has a few tattoos to mention, including the names of her two children on the back of her neck, and a tattoo of Winnie the Pooh on her butt.

    She has a a tribal tattoo on her lower back and a bouquet of roses above her right ankle.

    Kerry Katona Tattoos

    Kerry Katona Tattoos

    Kerry Katona Tattoos

    Kerry Katona Tattoos
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Graffiti Alphabet Relic: Graffiti Trains

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Ichabod: Graffiti Trains

Monday, November 15, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Beast | Graffiti Trains

    5 km is a long way to travel. It's 3.1 miles. Which, even though a smaller number, actually makes it sound worse. Especially if I am meant to attempt this vast distance by any other means other than motorised vehicle.

    The KPMG Business Relay is an annual 5km walk/run relay, with its starting and finishing points on the outlying fields of The Sharks Rugby stadium in Durban, South Africa. Companies, both large and small, set up camp with employees and their families for an afternoon of amateur athleticism. In teams of 3 or 5 people, everyone took a turn to sprint/run/jog/walk/stroll/crawl the route.

    Whilst doing a rekkie of the situation, I was welcomed by Expand a Sign Flying Banners, Feather Banners, Folding A-Frames and Ex-Dome gazebos. All businesses were showing off their brands as people barbequed, relaxed and tried to keep cool and hydrated in the extreme November heat of Saturday. 

    I’d be lying if I said that I participated in the relay. Instead, I was designated handbag watcher, child minder, idle conversationalist and buyer-of-the-cold-beer.  All the before-mentioned are what I do best. As colleagues dragged themselves back to base camp, flung themselves on the ground and declared themselves to be dying, I reveled in how clever I had been not to have joined in on the self-torture. A few skipped in, without so much as a sweat and casually  shrugged ‘Ah, that was a breeze’, which I found more than just a little unnecessary.

    As the sun drooped lower toward the horizon and dusk settled in, we packed up our Ex-Domes, Ex-Shades, Flying and Feather Banners and XL EX-Up and headed for home. A tiny pang of envy struck as I watched everyone depart with their medals around their necks.

    Ah well. There’s always next year.

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Sunday, November 14, 2010

Alphabet Graffiti Wall by NWK

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Graffiti Is Art

Friday, November 12, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Calligraphy | Graffiti Tag

    Graffiti Art

    This is Cazone Tag Graffiti Alphabet from Espacedefis. Tag, urban calligraphy, is the signature encoded to form a decorative design such as graffiti surface: walls, subway cars, etc. The alphabet graffiti tag is also a way to communicate with a nickname, to appear as a young designer and mark the passage. Graffiti alphabet letters
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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Graffiti Tags | Handstyles | Graffiti Letters

    Tag is the basis and origin of modern graffiti.

    Graffiti tags have thousands of years of heritage. They are the most basic form of graffiti is not to convey emotion, can be complicated requiring the use of skilled and artistic instruments, surfaces and speed.

    Graffiti tags can be done with marker pen-based Ink, pen-based paint, various modified household / industrial objects, brush, scribes and spray paint.
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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Bevel Style Graffiti Alphabet Letters

    Graffiti Art

    Examples of how to make graffiti alphabets. Live for the line and follow like the picture above. Graffiti alphabet from A-Z style bevel. Graffiti fontsSource URL: http://kain3s.blogspot.com/2010/11/
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    It was another glum, wet day in Durban, South Africa. If this goes on any longer, I thought, I may start showing symptoms of seasonal affective depression. But today was going to be different for the Marketing ladies of Expand a Sign; we were going on a road trip!

    Giving back is important, now more than ever. Expand a Sign is very conscious of the environmental effects associated with manufacturing, which is why we have committed to our Environmental and Social Responsibility Pledge. In doing our bit for the planet, we are trying to create awareness about recycling but also want to make a difference in the lives of the next generation. Which is why the Marketing gals were headed to King Shaka Secondary School, in Umlazi. We were accompanied by Nontobeko, a project officer for OneVoice.
    OneVoice is a vibrant and unique non-governmental organisation, which uses innovative and creative ways of actively involving young people in HIV and AIDS prevention and Human Rights training. Expand a Sign has donated 15000 school bags, made of the off-cuts of our banners and polyester material to each child who completes a class in AIDS training with OneVoice. Expand a Sign has supported the launch of a small business run by a group of previously unemployed women, working from their own homes, who now sew shopping bags, sports bags and raincoats from our waste fabric.

    As Nontobeko navigated us along the roads towards the school, I took the opportunity to absorb as much of the environment as I could. Makeshift dwellings of mud and corrugated iron were densely spread along the hills, and taxis whizzed past as we followed the dusty streets. At Umlazi’s main intersection, the First and Third world relationship truly made itself known; a KFC takeaway outlet to the right of us and a cage of 20 live chickens for sale, to our left.  

    On arriving at the school, we were guided into a small, dark classroom. Within the four walls sat over 40 Grade 8 learners, all huddled closely together on buckled and broken benches. With no visible learning material or text books, one wonders what quality of an education these children are receiving. This was only half the class; the others had been sent home to study as the desks were needed by the children writing exams. We were there to present each child with a certificate for participation in the OneVoice AIDS awareness programme and to hand out a drawstring bag to each learner. 

    A brief speech from the OneVoice facilitator was followed by names being called and each child going forward to collect their certificate and school bag. Like typical teenagers, loud whoops and cheers were heard for each child as they walked to the front of the classroom. The boys would holler and tease the girls, who would smile shyly at having their picture taken. The sense of pride was obvious, as they all clung to their certificate and compared bag designs. The appreciation from the school Principal and class teacher was immense, which allowed me to be conscious of how beneficial these AIDS training classes and small gifts of school bags really are to the kids. With the current AIDS statistics, I’m sure each child in that classroom has already been touched by the disease in one way or another.

    35 minutes but a world away from Umlazi, I sat at my desk and briefly reflected on the few hours I had just spent. It might be naive to think that we are saving the world, one school bag at a time, but I can only trust that our contributions will help in their own small way.

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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Graffiti Leters, From San Diego, California, USA

Monday, November 8, 2010

4 Styles Of Hip-Hop Graffiti Art

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Graffiti Alphabets Characters

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Graffiti Alphabet Letters by QA

Friday, November 5, 2010

Alphabet Graffiti Style Bubble In The Hat

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Bubble Alphabet A to Z | Graffiti Alphabet Letters

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