Graffiti artists strive to leave a strong impression with their art, and create something unique to themselves and anyone who comes into contact with it. An intimate portrait that represent life, love and personal influences. Often misunderstood my mainstream society, graffiti itself is a form of incredible self expression – something that each individual can use to express themselves. Political, personal, rebellious or simply visually marvelous.
Who’s to say graffiti has to remain a visual only art form? Music is equally as expressive, personal and unique to the person creating it. It’s a way to express emotions and ideas. Sounds that capture moments of joy, misery and adventure. It’s an art form that is 100% free for the creator to do with as they please. Dance floor magic, street party beats, or broken atmospherics for smokey headphone sessions. Music, like graffiti, is a personal experience and absolutely free of any rules and restrictions.
‘Audio Graffiti’ is the sound of the city. Urban soundtracks, warehouse renegades and afterhours parties. It’s the sound of urban culture, with heavy influences from hip hop to techno and everything in between. ‘Audio Graffiti’ is a product that can be seen similar to a fresh can of spray paint – it’s a tool made to help you create the perfect piece of art, but requires you to find the blank canvas and open your own creative mind and discover endless possibilities.