1. “Drawing is not what one sees, but what one can make others see.” – Edgar Degas
2. “Graffiti is beautiful; like a brick in the face of a cop. ” ― Hunter S. Thompson
3. “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” – Henry David Thoreau
4. “Graffiti is not just a form of expression, it’s a movement, let’s join it on this wall.”
5. “The parks be the lungs of London. ”
6. “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” -Rumi
7. “Talent is about discipline, commitment, perseverance and constancy. Culturally the Puerto Rican is a fighter, passionate and does not give up until he achieves his dreams and goals. “
8. Paintbrush it off.
9. “Blank walls are a shared canvas and we’re all artists. ”― Carla H Krueger
10. Always look on the light side of life.
11. “And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.” – Dead Poets Society
12. A clay in the life.
13. “When you can’t think of anything else, photograph graffiti, nudes, or plants. ” — Bill Jay
14. “A picture is a poem without words.” – Horace
15. “When in doubt, follow your heart to London. ”
16. “Live. Love. London. ”
17. Live for a cause, not applause.
18. “The power of graffiti lies in its ability to transcend boundaries, let’s do it on this wall.”
19. “Graffiti is something written on a wall, and, of course, art can be exhibited or produced anywhere: a wall is just another venue. ” — Matthew Slotover
20. “Trying to make our way around London, but we don’t have the foggiest idea where we are. ”
21. “Writing graffiti is about the most honest way you can be an artist. ” — Banksy
22. “One thing about London is that when you step out into the night, it swallows you. ”
23. “Every new idea is just a mashup or a remix of one or more previous ideas.” – Austin Kleon
24. “Go and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here. Make. Good. Art.” – Neil Gaiman
25. Do more of what makes you happy.
26. “Tagging is not vandalism, it’s a form of self-expression.”
27. “If it takes more than 5 minutes, it’s not graffiti. ” ― Mint Serf
28. “Let’s create a mural that will inspire the next generation of artists on this wall.”
29. “Every child has the spirit of creation. The rubbish of life often exterminates the spirit through plague and a soul’s own wretchedness.” – Peter Paul Rubens
30. Hue want some of this?
31. “All art, like all love, is rooted in heartache.”
32. “Feeling ticked off at Big Ben. ”
33. “Graffiti is a rebellion against the ordinary.”
34. “Painting is the silence of thought and the music of sight”
35. “Art is the journey of a free soul.”
36. “Filling a space in a beautiful way”
37. “Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people.” – Leo Burnett
38. “The man who can dominate a London dinner-table can dominate the world. ” – Oscar Wilde
39. “Graffiti is the canvas of the streets.” #Graffiti Captions
40. “Tagging is a way to transform the urban environment into a work of art.”
41. “Tagging is a way to break free from the constraints of society.”
42. “Art is the breath of life that gives meaning to the mundane.”
43. “I just love the culture of Melbourne.” – Yvonne Strahovski
44. “Graffiti is a way to make the invisible visible, let’s do it with our backgrounds.”
45. “The Achilles heel of an artist lies in the hope that his art is good.” – Kapil Gupta
46. “Melbourne has great eateries and you can go birdwatching.” – Bill Bailey
47. “London is sexy because it’s full of eccentrics. ” – Rachel Weisz
48. “Something is always born of excess: great art was born of great terrors, great loneliness, great inhibitions, instabilities, and it always balances them.” – Anais Nin
49. “To my mind a picture should be something pleasant, cheerful and pretty. There are too many unpleasant things in life as it is, without creating still more of them.” – Pierre-Auguste Renoir
50. “Every child is an artist. The problem is staying an artist when you grow up.” – Pablo Picasso
51. “For me drawing is an attempt to understand what I feel about the world I live in.” – Brian Froud
52. “Let’s make this wall a testament to our creativity, a monument to our art.”
53. Copic a fight.
54. “The role of my favorite artists in society has been to give people things to dream about and reflect upon so to escape and to engage simultaneously, bring pleasure and provocation potentially, simultaneously. It’s when you have a clear head right before you go to bed and you’re and you’re open to reflecting upon things honestly that’s the moment when we need to all have some art to be able to think about.”
55. I’m so glad we Met.
56. “While drawing I discover what I really want to say.” – Dario Fo
57. “The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” – Sylvia Plath
58. “One of the things I most liked about the city – apart from all its obvious attractions, the theatre, the galleries, the exhilarating walks by the river – was that so few people ever asked you personal questions. ” – Julia Gregson
59. “An essential aspect of creativity is not being afraid to fail.” – Edwin Land
60. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
61. Why should you never trust an artist? Because they always seem a little sketchy.
62. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is inclusive, let’s do it with our backgrounds.”
63. “Melbourne is very sophisticated and edgy – we wear a lot of black. Things are lightening up a little bit, but truly, everything looks good in black.” – Jessica Hart
64. “I like to leave little notes, around as I have traveled. It's like a semi-permanent graffiti for the soul. You know, some words or thoughts for a person's commute home, or the waitress that has been picking up people's sloppy plates all day, maybe even a mom watching her kids play in the park. You never know what is on a person's mind...maybe dread, or hate, or sorrow, or even nothing. I only hope some little thing makes them feel a bit better.”
65. The one where I visit an art gallery.
66. “Let’s turn these walls into a colorful masterpiece.” #Graffiti Captions
67. Glaze a trail.
68. “The artist is not a different kind of person, but every person is a different kind of artist.” – Eric Gill
69. It was pigment to be.
70. “The walls were black slate, and people had written all kinds of things on them with white chalk. I saw the phrase SEX, DRUGS AND BUGS BUNNY CARTOONS, and stopped reading after that.”
71. “Street art is the heartbeat of the urban landscape.” #Graffiti Captions
72. “Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing.” – Salvador Dali
73. “London goes beyond any boundary or convention. It contains every wish or word ever spoken, every action or gesture ever made, every harsh or noble statement ever expressed. It is illimitable. It is Infinite London. ” – Peter Ackroyd
74. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is rebellious, that challenges authority and questions the norms of society.” – Revok
75. “I’m not really much of an activist so I don’t see why people put me in that sort of a role. I just do what I do and go about my business, being a strong female so folks seem to think that I’m a role model in that way. I like to speak on women’s issues because they are relevant to me and in my life.”
76. “What a brew-tiful day!”
77. “Ideas come from everything.” – Alfred Hitchcock
78. “Love the art in yourself and not yourself in the art.” – Constantin Stanislavski
79. “The artist has one function–to affirm and glorify life.” – W. Edward Brow
80. “Graffiti is one of the few tools you have if you have almost nothing. And even if you don't come up with a picture to cure world poverty you can make someone smile while they're having a piss.”
81. “Having the best Thames in London. ”
82. “Graffiti is a way to leave a mark on the world, let’s do it with our backgrounds.”
83. “Painting is self-discovery. Every good artist paints what he is.” – Jackson Pollock
84. “My Dad says that being a Londoner has nothing to do with where you’re born. He says that there are people who get off a jumbo jet at Heathrow, go through immigration waving any kind of passport, hop on the tube and by the time the train’s pulled into Piccadilly Circus they’ve become a Londoner. ” – Ben Aaronovitch
85. “An empty canvas is full.” – Robert Rauschenberg
86. “Being an artist is the same as being a wizard… only instead of a wand, you use a pencil for your magic.”
87. “Learning to draw is really a matter of learning to see – to see correctly – and that means a good deal more than merely looking with the eye.” – Kimon Nicolaides
88. “A true masterpiece does not tell everything.” – Albert Camus
89. I arted.
90. “This wall is not just a canvas, it’s a gateway to creativity.”
91. Make art, not war.
92. “It is not the walls that make the city, but the people who live within them. The walls of London may be battered, but the spirit of the Londoner stands resolute and undismayed. ” – George VI
93. “A group of ducks is a raft, and a cluster of crows is a murder, but what collection of birds is a gang? Probably geese. They are always engaging in lawlessness and doing graffiti.”
94. “The street art in London is very ad-mural-able. ”
95. ” Art is the journey of a free soul.”
96. “The thing about social media is that it is anonymous, so it can be much more vitriolic and extreme than normal media, and yet it is there for everyone to see. It is kind of like electronic graffiti. ” — Tony Abbott
97. “But there’s no way round it-commercial success is a mark of failure for a graffiti artist. We’re not supposed to be embraced in that way. ” — Banksy
98. “Graffiti is my therapy, my outlet.”
99. “Being lost in Australia gives you a lovely feeling of security.” – Bruce Chatwin
100. “There's no way you're going to get a quote from us to use on your book cover."
101. “Culture is the arts elevated to a set of beliefs.” – Thomas Wolfe
102. “Graffiti is a way to reclaim public spaces, let’s do it with our backgrounds.”
103. “Don’t have much to say that wouldn’t look better on a wall.”
104. “Keeping my London Eye on the prize. ”
105. “Drawing makes you see things clearer, and clearer and clearer still, until your eyes ache.” – David Hockney
106. “With freedom, books, flowers, and the moon, who could not be happy?” -Oscar Wilde
107. “Art is longing. You never arrive, but you keep going in the hope that you will.” – Anselm Kiefer
108. “Art is neither a profession nor a hobby. Art is a way of being”
109. “If I paint something, I don’t want to have to explain what it is.”
110. “The beauty of graffiti lies in its impermanence, let’s embrace it on this wall.”
111. When should you fix a painting? When it is Baroque.
112. “Anything I can not transform into something marvelous, I let go. Reality doesn’t impress me. I only believe in intoxication, in ecstasy, and when ordinary life shackles me, I escape, one way or another. No more walls.” – Anais Nin
113. “Graffiti is not a crime, it’s a form of self-expression.” – Banksy
114. “Graffiti is a language that speaks to the streets, a way to create a dialogue with the city.” – Tristan Eaton
115. “Street art is such a pure art form. Maybe not quite as pure as graffiti but up there. It is so democratic. Art by anyone for everyone. It offers so much but asks for so little.”
116. “I went into this topic where I was trying to break the stereotype of the Arabic language. The non-translation work, this is where I make the switch, where you don’t need to translate. Today, I’m more into the perception scope of work; I’m exploring this concept of perception and how people can look at someone, look at the community, and put in so much judgment, so much stereotype, so much misconception.”
117. “The walls are our canvas, let’s create a masterpiece on them.”
118. Perfectly imperfect.
119. Soul over ego.
120. “I am humbled by the destructive and creative nature in us all. This is what keeps me painting.”
121. “A tattoo is graffiti on the temple of the body. ” — Gordon B. Hinckley
122. “An intellectual says a simple thing in a hard way. An artist says a hard thing in a simple way.” – Charles Bukowski
123. “Art is a line around your thoughts.”
124. Draw to a close.
125. “This wall may be ordinary, but with our art, we can make it extraordinary.”
126. “One must always draw, draw with the eyes, when one cannot draw with a pencil.” – Balthus
127. “Graffiti is a way to challenge the status quo.” #Graffiti Captions
128. “I go to seek a great perhaps.” – John Green
129. “The chief enemy of creativity is ‘good’ sense.”
130. “Painting is just another way of keeping a diary.” – Pablo Picasso
131. Art speaks louder than words.
132. Life is short, make art.
133. “Imagination is the beginning of creation.” – George Bernard Shaw
134. “Art is the light that shines through the darkness.”
135. “How you draw is a reflection of how you feel about the world. You’re not capturing it, you’re interpreting it.” – Juliette Aristides
136. “Eye spy. ”
137. In a world full of copies, be an original.
138. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is authentic, that reflects the struggles and the joys of life.” – Stik
139. “I just wanted to paint and sketch and tell stories by drawing.” – Robert Redford
140. “I have already settled it for myself so flattery and criticism go down the same drain and I am quite free.” – Georgia O’Keeffe
141. “I don’t want to be interesting. I want to be good.” – Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe
142. “It is only by drawing often, drawing everything, drawing incessantly, that one fine day you discover, to your surprise, that you have rendered something in its true character.” – Camille Pissarro
143. “Art, in itself, is an attempt to bring order out of chaos.” – Stephen Sondheim
144. “To send light into the darkness of men’s hearts – such is the duty of the artist.” – Robert Schumann
145. Truly classic.
146. “I am an artwork in constant progress; I am my own canvas, my own colors, my own brushes, and my own inspiration.” – Efrat Cybulkiewicz
147. “Somebody could say every painting is a self-portrait, but for me, the painting is the opposite of me.”
148. “In this city 300 languages are spoken and the people that speak them live side by side in harmony. This city typifies what I believe is the future of the human race and a future where we grow together and we share and we learn from each other. ” – Ken Livingstone
149. Why are most artists struggling with finances? Because they have no Monet.
150. “I feel like it should be more about the art and less about the artist. For a lot of artists, their personality is the art and their paintings are shit. “
151. “It is nothing short of baffling to me how a city like Melbourne, where I struggle to find accessible facilities on a very regular basis, could be considered the most livable city in the world. I suppose it all depends on what makes a city ‘livable’ for you.” – Stella Young
152. “Let’s use our backgrounds to create a sense of place, to make the ordinary extraordinary.”
153. “The works must be conceived with fire in the soul but executed with clinical coolness.” – Joan Miro
154. “Success is a worn down pencil.” – Robert Rauschenberg
155. “London is a roost for every bird. ”
156. “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” – Aristotle
157. “Artist by nature. Every art is a masterpiece.”
158. Got off to a bad art.
159. “The most talented, thought-provoking, game-changing people are never normal.” – Richard Branson
160. “Graffiti is a form of protest against the system.”
161. “Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.” – Jonathan Swift
162. “Melbourne is the kind of town that really makes you consider the question ‘Is there life after death?’” – Bette Midler
163. “If today I was a graffiti, I would be one on a train that goes to the South of France. ”― Alain Bremond-Torrent
164. “The great artists of the past were aware that human life is full of chaos and suffering. But they had a remedy for this. And the name of that remedy was ‘beauty’. The beautiful work of art brings consolation in sorrow and affirmation in joy. It shows. human life. to. be. worthwhile.”. –. Roger. Scruton
165. “If you need me, you’ll find me in Borough Market stuffing my face with delicious food. PS: don’t need me. ”
166. Random wax of kindness.
167. “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” – Degas
168. “People say graffiti is ugly, irresponsible and childish... but that's only if it's done properly.”
169. “Art is what happens when you dare to be who you really are.”
170. “Don’t think. Thinking is the enemy of creativity. It’s self-conscious, and anything self-conscious is lousy. You can’t try to do things. You simply must do things.” – Ray Bradbury
171. “Create with the heart; build with the mind.”
172. “Australia is just so full of surprises.” – Bill Bryson
173. Put your best wood forward.
174. Golden days.
175. “You pick your way past young men and girls sitting on the steps, you wander bewildered among those austere walls which students’ hands have arabesqued with outsize capital writing and detailed graffiti, just as the cavemen felt the need to decorate the cold walls of their caves to become masters of the tormenting mineral alienness, to make them familiar, empty them into their own inner space, annex them to the physical reality of living.”
176. “Graffiti ultimately wins out over proper art because it becomes part of your city; it’s a tool. ” — Banksy
177. “Eye came. Eye saw. Eye conquered. ”
178. “Drawing is vision on paper.” – Andrew Loomis
179. Blended by the light.
180. “Instead of avoiding the problem, analyze it. That’s a good start for a change”
181. “Graffiti is a language that speaks to the streets.”
182. “Artists are just children who refuse to put down their crayons.” – Al Hirschfeld
183. Tomorrow is another clay.
184. How many art gallery visitors would it approximately take to change a light bulb? Two. One who would actually do it and one to say that his 3-year-old kid could have done that.
185. Luck of the draw.
186. “Art is the antidote to conformity.”
187. “After pop art, graffiti is probably the biggest art movement in recent history to have such an impact on culture. ” — Jeffrey Deitch
188. If looks could kiln.
189. By no etch of the imagination.
190. “Art is my life and my life is art”
191. “Australia lives with a strange contradiction – our national image of ourselves is one of the Outback, and yet nearly all us live in big cities. Move outside the coastal fringe, and Australia can feel like a foreign country.” – Kate Grenville
192. “The fog was so thick we mist our tour. ”
193. “Art is the language that everyone can understand.”
194. “Poetry is eternal graffiti written in the heart of everyone. ” — Lawrence Ferlinghetti
195. “Be bold, be daring, be different.”
196. “There is no must in art because art is free.” – Wassily Kandinsky
197. This is the last draw.
198. Quick on the draw.
199. “I paint flowers so they will not die.” – Frida Kahlo
200. “Graffiti is a celebration of creativity.” #Graffiti Captions
201. “Graffiti is not just art, it’s a movement that speaks truth to power.” – Lady Pink
202. “The principle of true art is not to portray, but to evoke.” – Jerzy Kosinski
203. “I use art to express myself and escape from work. It is sacred.”
204. “A digital sound sample in angry rap doesn’t correspond to the graffiti but the wall. ” — Jaron Lanier
205. “In London, everyone is different, and that means anyone can fit in. ” – Paddington Bear
206. “People say graffiti is ugly, irresponsible, and childish, but that’s only if it’s done properly. ” — Banksy
207. “The great thing about coming to Melbourne is that people talk about Sydney being the food capital but Melbourne is a lot more; it has that residential feel, a feeling of homeliness. When you go to restaurants, it’s known as a creative, artistic city. That’s what you get with the food.” – Ainsley Harriott
208. “I prefer drawing to talking. Drawing is faster, and leaves less room for lies.” – Le Corbusier
209. Drawn with the wind.
210. “Drawing is giving a performance; an artist is an actor who is not limited by the body, only by his ability and, perhaps, experience.” – Marc Davis
211. “Art is not just for the galleries, it’s for the streets.”
212. “Art is never finished, only abandoned.” – Leonardo da Vinci
213. Aspire to inspire.
214. “Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.” – Pablo Picasso
215. Falling in love with people I’ve never met, and places I’ve never been.
216. “London on a sunny day is my idea of heaven. ”
217. “I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way.” – Georgia O’Keeffe
218. “The traffic in London is like a Piccadilly Circus. ”
219. “Great things are not accomplished by those who yield to trends and fads and popular opinion.” – Jack Kerouac
220. “Fifty Shades of Earl Grey. ”
221. “A museum is a bad place to look at art; the worst context for art is other art”
222. “In Afghanistan, I was doing street art because it was more open, but when I had a show, only men would come. I said I’m an artist not only for men but for women too. So that’s why I like graffiti. ” — Malina Suliman
223. Don’t get me arted.
224. “I love Melbourne and South Yarra’s perfect for high tea.” – Adriano Zumbo
225. The earth without art is just “eh.”
226. “Let’s create a dialogue with this wall, let’s listen to what it has to say.”
227. “Color is a power which directly influences the soul.” – Wassily Kandinsky
228. “My eyes were made to erase all that is ugly.” – Raoul Dufy
229. “You are so much sunshine in every square inch.” -Walt Whitman
230. A work of art.
231. “If you’re curious, London is an amazing place. ” – David Bailey
232. “The life of an artist is not made of love, creativity & freshwater. You have to know certain recipes. You have to understand how the art market works. You also have to be able to speak to the public, to flatter them, and you have to give them things they can understand. Art is a real business, and it’s complicated, with rules and laws, ways of exhibiting and of placing value on someone’s work in order to establish its market value. I wasn’t aware of all that when I began.”
233. “The man who can dominate a London dinner table can dominate the world. ” – Oscar Wilde
234. “What treasures lay inside! Yes, here were the colors that she had asked for: red, pink, yellow, blue, green, black- all in powder form, of course, not like the one or two bottles of liquid food color that were available at the Lebanese supermarket in town; those were not at all modern- some big blocks of marzipan, and, as always, June had included some new things for Angel to try. This time there were three tubes that looked rather like thick pens. She picked one upend examined it: written along its length were the words 'Gateau Graffito,' and underneath, written in uppercase letters, was the word 'red.' Reaching for the other two pens- one marked 'green' and the other 'black'- she saw a small printed sheet lying at the bottom of the bubblewrap nest. It explained that these pens were filled with food color, and offered a picture showing how they could be used to write fine lines or thick lines, depending on how you held them. It also guaranteed that the contents were kosher. Eh, now her cakes were going to be more beautiful than ever!”
235. “Saying hi to my bestie, Big Ben. ”
236. “Originality is nothing but judicious imitation.” – Voltaire
237. Expand your horizons.
238. “Paint your reality with your dreams.”
239. “If it takes more than 5 minutes, its not graffiti.”
240. “Graffiti writers will never stop. They’ll just evolve. It’s interesting what ideas people come up with and how it all extends forward. ” — Ben Eine
241. “Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.”
242. “Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth.” – Pablo Picasso
243. “Classical graffiti
244. “Every artist was first an amateur.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
245. “Pain is a Good Teacher”
246. “Leaving Australia was the hardest thing I have ever done.” – Barry Gibb
247. “Graffiti is a way to reclaim public space.”
248. “Art is the soul of the city, let it thrive on these walls.”
249. “I wanted to do galleries instead of just painting rich people’s poodles.”
250. “I like the spirit of this great London which I feel around me. ” – Charlotte Brontë
251. “To walk alone in London is the greatest rest. ”
252. “Graffiti is only dangerous in the mind of three types of people; politicians, advertising executives, and graffiti writers. ” — Banksy
253. “When I am completely myself, entirely alone during the night when I cannot sleep, it is on such occasions that my ideas flow best and most abundantly.” – Mozart
254. “Street art is a mirror that reflects the soul of the city.”
255. “An artist must have his measuring tools not in the hand, but in the eye.” – Michelangelo
256. “Graffiti is a way to make the invisible visible, to bring life to the forgotten spaces of our cities.” – Blek le Rat
257. “London is like a cold, dark dream sometimes. ”
258. Art is my cardio.
259. “I like to leave little notes around as I have traveled. It’s like a semi-permanent graffiti for the soul. ” ― Owen D Hill
260. “Let’s create a visual language with our backgrounds, a language that speaks to the soul.”
261. To the wax.
262. A picture is worth a thousand words.
263. “Beginning with audacity is a very great part of the art of painting.” – Winston Churchill
264. “London’s greatest strength is our diversity, and it’s wonderful to see Londoners celebrating our capital’s different traditions, determined to stand up to division. ” – Sadiq Khan
265. Leave a lasting impression.
266. Let’s clay in touch.
267. “Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” – Albert Einstein
268. “On Melbourne summer mornings the green trams go rolling in stately progress down tunnels thick with leaves: the bright air carries along the avenue their patient chime, the chattering of their wheels.” – Helen Garner
269. “Australians have a free spirit and an ability to think outside the box, and that is why I like Australia so much.” – Brian Schmidt
270. “Few people go to art exhibitions. The power of Street Art is that it goes to people’s daily life to be seen.”
271. That’s just the clay it is.
272. “You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” – Ansel Adams
273. It was Louvre at first sight.
274. “Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it.” – Salvador Dali
275. “The thing I hate the most about advertising is that it attracts all the bright, creative and ambitious young people, leaving us mainly with the slow and self-obsessed to become our artists.. Modern art is a disaster area. Never in the field of human history has so much been used by so many to say so little.”
276. “Art is not a handicraft, it is the transmission of feelings the artist has experienced.” – Leo Tolstoy
277. “Traditional graffiti writers have a bunch of rules they like to stick to, and good luck to them, but I didn’t become a graffiti artist so I could have somebody else tell me what to do. ” — Banksy
278. “The most difficult thing in the world is to reveal yourself, to express what you have to. As an artist, I feel that we must try many things – but above all we must dare to fail. You must be willing to risk everything to really express it all.” – John. Cassavetes
279. “Only an artist can interpret the meaning of life.” – Novalis
280. Live for the little moments.
281. “People say graffiti is ugly, irresponsible and childish… but that’s only if it’s done properly.”
282. “Graffiti is not just an act of rebellion, it’s a form of self-expression, let’s do it on this wall.”
283. “The world is our canvas, let’s paint it one wall at a time.”
284. “Scars: the graffiti of violence. ” ― Jim Butcher
285. “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” -Helen Keller
286. “London is calling, so I must go. ”
287. “Melbourne is wonderfully altered since I last saw it. There are some very fair buildings in it now, and things are a little cheaper than they used to be.” – William John Wills
288. “I went to London because, for me, it was the home of literature. I went there because of Dickens and Shakespeare. ” – Ben Okri
289. “Oh, I love London Society! It is entirely composed now of beautiful idiots and brilliant lunatics. Just what Society should be. ” – Oscar Wilde
290. “It is difficult to speak adequately or justly of London. It is not a pleasant place; it is not agreeable, or cheerful, or easy, or exempt from reproach. It is only magnificent. ” – Henry James
291. “I didn’t have much of a life in crime as a graffiti writer. ” — Ryan McGinley
292. “You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London. No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford. ” – Samuel Johnson
293. “Painting from nature is not copying the object, it’s realizing one’s sensations.” – Paul Cezanne
294. “A person who is tired of London is not necessarily tired of life; it might be that he just can’t find a parking place. ” – Paul Theroux
295. “London, Eye’m a fan!”
296. Pretty as a postcard.
297. “Speak softly, but carry a big can of paint.”
298. “Don’t paint the object, paint its effect.” – Unknown
299. “Art is an evolutionary act. The shape of art and its role in society is constantly changing. At no point is art static. There are no rules.”
300. “Aesthetically, London is just beautiful; it’s a gorgeous city. The architecture, monuments, the parks, the small streets – it’s an incredible place to be. ” – Sara Bareilles
301. “Imagine a city where graffiti wasn’t illegal, a city where everybody could draw whatever they liked. ” — Banksy
302. “Life is too short to paint something you don’t have feeling for.” – Unknown
303. Where do cows usually display their artwork? In moo-seums.
304. “Graffiti is the voice of the urban jungle.”
305. “Alone of all the races on earth, they seem to be free from the ‘grass is greener on the other side of the fence’ syndrome, and roundly proclaim that Australia is, in fact, the other side of that fence.” – Douglas Adams
306. “Everybody’s trying to leave their mark on the world. That’s why there’s graffiti and babies. ” — Kristen Schaal
307. “Whoever wants to know something about me, they should look attentively at my pictures and there seek to recognise what I am and what I want.” – Gustav Klimt
308. Not pen or paper, but I still draw attention.
309. “Well, while you were in the bathroom, I sat down at this picnic table here in Bumblefug, Kentucky, and noticed that someone had carved that GOD HATES FAG, which, aside from being a grammatical nightmare, is absolutely ridiculous. So I'm changing it to 'God Hates Baguettes.' It's tough to disagree with that. Everybody hates baguettes.”
310. Collect moments, not things.
311. “I spray the sky fast. Eyes ahead and behind. Looking for cops. Looking for anyone I don't want to be here. Paint sails and the things that kick in my head scream from can to brick. See this, see this. See me emptied onto a wall.”
312. “The city is our playground, let’s paint it with our art.”
313. “Society has been manipulated via the media and economic interests, creating for the masses a need that does not exist—or exposing a wrong side of history. Fear is manufactured to gain control.”
314. “An artist is not paid for his labor but for his vision.” – James Whistler
315. “Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist.” – René Magritte
316. “This wall may have been a barrier, but now it can be a bridge between art and the community.”
317. “I’m about to enjoy the showers of London. ”
318. “It is only when we are no longer fearful that we begin to create.” – J. M. W. Turner
319. “A wall is a very big weapon. It’s one of the nastiest things you can hit someone with.” – Banksy
320. “In London, love and scandals are considered the best tea sweeteners. ”
321. Front-load the most important information
322. “I find that personal resonance allows for a true connection and true inspiration, therefore art has the power to manifest and effect within another being, and that is truly beautiful. So in essence, I guess, I am trying to create beauty in my work that allows for beauty in other people.”
323. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is accessible to everyone, regardless of their background or education.” – Keith Haring
324. “I paint the spirit and soul of what I see”
325. Come hell or high watercolor.
326. “I laugh at the way some people think graffiti is all selfish tagging and vandalism. ” — Carla H. Krueger
327. “This wall may have been neglected, but with our art, we can make it a symbol of hope.”
328. “A true artist is not one who is inspired, but one who inspires others.” – Salvador Dali
329. “All graffiti is low-level dissent, but stencils have an extra history. They’ve been used to start revolutions and to stop wars. ” — Banksy
330. “Let’s make this wall a canvas for our dreams, a place where we can paint our aspirations.”
331. What is Salvador Dali’s favorite thing to eat for breakfast? A bowl of surreal.
332. “Paint the town red, blue, and green.”
333. “Art is the bridge between reality and imagination.”
334. “I like to combine things, weird things, opposite things, violent things, dark things, with happy things”
335. “What keeps my heart awake is colorful silence.” – Claude Monet
336. “I think Melbourne is by far and away the most interesting place in Australia, and I thought if I ever wrote a novel of any kind, I had to set it here.” – Peter Temple
337. “All you need is love and a vacation in London. ”
338. “Drawing is still basically the same as it has been since prehistoric times. It brings together man and the world. It lives through magic.” – Keith Haring
339. “Graffiti is a language that speaks to the streets, let these walls tell the story.”
340. “The difference between what we see and a sheet of white paper with a few thin lines on it is very great. Yet this abstraction is one which we seem to have adopted almost instinctively at an early stage in our development, not only in Neolithic graffiti but in early Egyptian drawings. And in spite of its abstract character, the outline is responsive to the least tremor of sensibility. ” — Kenneth Clark
341. “I feel success, in a very personal way, is trying to put aside that kind of superficial success of which society speaks to us all the time. I think there is nothing better than feeling good about what you are and what you do, something that is very difficult to achieve.”
342. All wood things.
343. What do pirates do in their free time? They make arrrt.
344. “The artist must train not only his eye but also his soul.” – Wassily Kandinsky
345. “I love a sunburnt country, A land of sweeping plains, Of ragged mountain ranges, Of droughts and flooding rains.” – Bill Bryson, Down Under
346. There is a story in every stroke.
347. “Australia, to the rest of the world, is just far away, and Australia in the Thirties was the faraway of the faraway.” – Baz Luhrmann
348. “If Graffiti is art and art is a crime, then how come Picasso never done time?” — Melvin Glover
349. “Jay was attacked with peculiar venom. Near his New York home, the walls of a building were defaced with the gigantic words, 'Damn John Jay. Damn everyone that won’t damn John Jay. Damn everyone that won’t put up lights in the windows and sit up all night damning John Jay.”
350. “Graffiti is one of the few tools you have if you have almost nothing.” – Banksy
351. “Let’s create a backdrop that will make our art stand out and shine.” #Graffiti Captions
352. “However, if he really wanted to bust me, all he had to do was ask to see my schoolbooks. The front and back covers are the first place graffiti artists start to draw. ” ― Drexel Deal
353. “Fish and chips, the River Thames, and Big Ben. My life is complete. ”
354. “It’s so fine and yet so terrible to stand in front of a blank canvas.” – Paul Cezanne
355. “Drawing is a form of probing. And the first generic impulse to draw derives from the human need to search, to plot points, to place things and to place oneself.” – John Berger
356. Absence makes the art grow fonder.
357. “One of the the things I most liked about the city – apart from all its obvious attractions, the theatre, the galleries, the exhilarating walks by the river – was that so few people ever asked you personal questions. ” – Julia Gregson
358. Today’s view.
359. I’m like an abstract painting: hard to understand, but beautiful to look at.
360. “Art doesn’t have to be pretty. It has to be meaningful.”
361. “I started painting as a hobby when I was little. I didn’t know I had any talent. I believe talent is just a pursued interest. Anybody can do what I do.” – Bob Ross
362. “I have visited Australia several times, and I always try to make a point of going to Melbourne because it’s almost my favorite city there, Melbourne and Sydney.” – Jackie Collins
363. “It is a significant symbol that street art is gaining increased attention and credibility in the art world, and that’s a good thing.” – Invader
364. “Drawing things makes them seem more real and makes me feel more alive. It also makes me pin down and remember things: landscapes, season, weather, occasions, incidents, people that would otherwise have melted from my memory.” – David Gentleman
365. “A work is finished when an artist realizes his intentions.” – Rembrandt
366. “Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen.” – John Steinbeck
367. “The streets of London have their map, but our passions are uncharted. What are you going to meet if you turn this corner?” – Virginia Woolf
368. “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” – Maya Angelou
369. “A beautiful body perishes, but a work of art dies not.” – Leonardo da Vinci
370. Art gallery today.
371. Kick-art your day.
372. “This wall may be rough, but with our art, we can make it smooth and beautiful.”
373. “The cold here is snow joke. ”
374. “Leave your mark on the world, paint your story on these bricks.”
375. “A group of ducks is a raft, and a cluster of crows is a murder, but what collection of birds is a gang? Probably geese. They are always engaging in lawlessness and doing graffiti. ” ― Jarod Kintz
376. “When it’s three o clock in New York, it’s still 1938 in London. ”
377. “In London, everyone is different, and that means everyone can fit in. ”
378. “There is no abstract art. You must always start with something. Afterward you can remove all traces of reality.” – Pablo Picasso
379. “The Final Word by Stewart Stafford
380. “Graffiti is a way to challenge the status quo, let’s do it on this wall.”
381. “Let’s use our backgrounds to make a statement, to challenge the norm, and to question the status quo.” #Graffiti Captions
382. Born to express, not impress.
383. “I wish London wasn’t so far away. ”
384. “Tagging is a way to leave your mark on the world.”
385. “Art is an experience not an object.”
386. “Drawing takes time. A line has time in it.”
387. As hue know…
388. At the crack of drawn.
389. “Creativity is intelligence having fun.” – Albert Einstein
390. “His achievements read like the graffiti on the walls of a hangman’s changing room. ” — Jonathan Larson
391. “A picture is a poem without words”
392. “London is a modern Babylon. ” – Benjamin Disraeli
393. “Great design is achieved not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” – De Saint Exupery
394. “Where the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art.”
395. Art is my favorite sport.
396. “London fundon!”
397. “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get the work done. If you wait around for the clouds to part and a bolt of lightning to strike you in the brain, you’re not going to make an awful lot of work.” – Chuck Close
398. “We might be hollow but we’re brave.” -Lorde
399. “Let’s use our backgrounds to tell a story, to create a narrative that resonates with the audience.”
400. Go big, or Van Gogh home.
401. A rolling tone gathers no moss.
402. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is free, that breaks the chains of conformity and embraces the wildness of life.” – L’Atlas
403. Only looking ahead.
404. “I tried to grab a pic of London fog, but I mist. ”
405. “Graffiti is one of the few tools you have if you have almost nothing. ” — Banksy
406. “Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can buy you a ticket to London. ”
407. “Should graffiti be judged on the same level as modern art? Of course not: It’s way more important than that. ” — Banksy
408. “Lawbreaking, graffiti artist, dumb jock that I am, I’m pretty socially conscious. ” — Duff Goldman
409. Complimentary colors always have nice things to say.
410. On the home sketch.
412. “Art is unquestionably one of the purest and highest elements in human happiness. It trains the mind through the eye, and the eye through the mind. As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life.” – John Lubbock
413. “Let’s break the monotony of these walls and paint them with our creativity.”
414. “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life. ”
415. “Everything is so beautiful and so short.” -Marina Keegan
416. I’m etching to go.
417. “Leave your mark, make it count.”
418. Art teachers: just doing it for the Monet.
419. Slow down and enjoy the view.
420. “Across the street from the van was a board fence. Someone had spray-painted incomprehensible graffiti on it—could have been an ambigram for all she knew, legible upside-down as well as right-side-up. ” ― S. A. Hunt
421. “Few people go to art exhibitions nowadays, the art comes to them!”
422. “The moment you cheat for the sake of beauty, you know you’re an artist.” – David Hockney
423. “Street art is a dialogue between the artist and the city.”
424. “Graffiti doesn’t exist unless someone got a photo because it’s gone immediately. ” — Jeffrey Deitch
425. “Graffiti is a way to reclaim public spaces and make them our own.” – Shepard Fairey
426. “Every artist was first an amateur.”
427. “I like the spirit of this great London, which I feel all around me. ”
428. “People say graffiti is ugly, irresponsible, and childish but that’s only if it’s done properly.” – Banksy
429. “All the lights are sparking for you, it seems.” -Lana Del Rey
430. “There is no doubt that creativity is the most important human resource of all. Without creativity, there would be no progress, and we would be forever repeating the same patterns.” – Edward de Bono.
431. “I don’t paint dreams or nightmares, I paint my own reality.”
432. “Graffiti is beautiful; like a brick in the face of a cop.”
433. “Art is the lie that enables us to realize the truth.”― Pablo Picasso
434. “I laugh at the way some people think graffiti is all selfish tagging and vandalism. Thoughtful street art is like good fiction – it speaks out on behalf of everyone, for us all to see.”
435. “Graffiti is not just vandalism, it’s a way to challenge the status quo and create change.” – Futura
436. “Some people are enraged, and some people are applauding. If there were a mission statement for graffiti, that would be it. ” — Barry McGee
437. “London always reminds me of a brain. It is similarly convoluted and circuitous. A lot of cities, especially American ones like New York and Chicago, are laid out in straight lines. Like the circuits on computer chips, there are a lot of right angles in cities like this. But London is a glorious mess. ” – James Geary
438. “Creativity can solve almost any problem. The creative act, the defeat of habit by originality, overcomes everything.” – George Lois
439. “There’s a fine line between genius and insanity. I have erased this line”
440. “The important thing is that each work is always guided by passion”
441. “Art is either revolution or plagiarism.”
442. “There’s no time to be bored in London. ”
443. “Painting is easy when you don’t know how, but very difficult when you do.” – Edgar Degas
444. “Life is sometimes hard. Things go wrong, in life and in love and in business and in friendship and in health and in all other ways that life can go wrong. And when things get tough, this is what you should do. Make good art.” – Neil Gaiman
445. “Watching the River Thames is one of the world’s most famous live streams. ”
446. “I started off as a graffiti artist in the South Bronx. ” — Swizz Beatz
447. No rain, no flowers.
448. “Graffiti is a way to bring life to the dead walls, let’s bring them to life with our art.”
449. Ink and you’ll miss it.
450. “The wall in the room we shared will remind them that we were here. That we are human. Of value. Important.”
451. “Searching for ravens at the Tower of London. ”
452. “When I paint, I never think of selling. People fail to understand that we paint in order to experiment and to develop ourselves as we strive for greater heights.” – Edvard Munch
453. “If today i was a graffiti, i would be one on a train that goes to the South of France.”
454. “Creativity comes from a conflict of ideas.” – Donatella Versace
455. “If people only knew how hard I work to gain my mastery. It wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all.” – Michelangelo
456. “Graffiti is not just a form of art, it’s a form of rebellion against the mundane.”
457. Color poetry.
458. “Every child is an artist”
459. “I love coming home to Melbourne. The first thing I do is have a coffee. It’s just so much better here than anywhere else. It’s better than in Italy and I travel a lot. I crave it.” – Curtis Stone
460. “Bad artists copy. Good artists steal.”
461. “Art isn’t a talent. It’s an experience.”
462. “Replace fear with curiosity.” – Stephen Spielberg
463. “I often paint portraits of women from the past, women that tried to break the rules. We still need to break the rules, we still don’t have a real gender equality, this is my message, not always very obvious, but often added to my work.”
464. “Working together allows us to exchange ideas, but you must compromise to create the final effect”
465. “After going to Australia, it’s hard to go anywhere after that. I want to move there. I’m obsessed with it.” – Nina Dobrev
466. “Melbourne, where I grew up, is one of the street art capitals of the world. Something about discovering freshly painted walls always fills me with optimism; it’s autonomous and democratic, and reminds me that maybe people are paying attention after all.” – Penelope Mitchell
467. “There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who, with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun.” – Pablo Picasso
468. “The English language is like London: proudly barbaric yet deeply civilised, too, common yet royal, vulgar yet processional, sacred yet profane. ” – Stephen Fry
469. “I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone because I am the person I know best.”
470. “A line is a dot that went for a walk.” – Paul Klee
471. “Speak softly, but carry a big can of paint.” – Banksy
472. “Creativity is nothing but a mind set free.” – Torrie T. Asai
473. “This little piggy went to Camden Market. ”
474. “You have a million excuses. Write anyway.” – Carrie Kei Heim
475. “Tagging is an art form that cannot be tamed.”
476. “When I say artist I mean the man who is building things…some with a brush – some with a shovel – some choose a pen.” – Jackson Pollock
477. “Shepard Fairey: Obey This Film” by Brett Novak
478. “Passions are not found, they are developed.” – Unknown
479. “Something about the stillness or my state of mind reminded me of the world’s remarkable capacity to carry on in every place at once.” -Marina Keegan
480. “It is not enough to know your craft, you have to have feeling. Science is all very well, but for us imagination is worth far more.” – Edouard Manet
481. “Scars - the graffiti of violence. - Harry Dresden”
482. “Color is my day-long obsession, joy, and torment.” – Claude Monet
483. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is accessible to everyone, let’s do it in our backgrounds.”
484. “Environmental damage such as graffiti, fly-posting, and general littering is a menace that is becoming all too prevalent, not just in inner cities but in many communities – urban and rural. ” — Margaret Beckett
485. “Today I believe that man cannot escape his destiny to create whatever it is we make – jazz, a wooden spoon, or graffiti on the wall. ” — Orson Welles
486. What happened when the two artists entered the art contest? It ended in a draw.
487. ” I dream my painting and I paint my dream”
488. “As I work at my drawings, day after day, what seemed unattainable before is now gradually becoming possible. Slowly, I’m learning to observe and measure. I don’t stand quite so helpless before nature any longer.” – Vincent van Gogh
489. “We have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down.” – Kurt Vonnegut
490. “It’s London Baby!”
491. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is spontaneous, that comes from the heart and the gut.” – Martha Cooper
492. “London hair, don’t care. ”
493. “When you stop doing things for fun, you might as well be dead.” Ernst Hemingway
494. “I don’t think you should have to pay to look at graffiti. You should only pay if you want to get rid of it. ” — Banksy
495. “Creativity takes courage.” – Henri Matisse
496. “Let’s create a background that will inspire and spark creativity in others.”
497. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is dynamic and alive, that changes with the city and the people who live in it.” – Blu #Graffiti Captions
498. All that and pen some.
499. “I will be an artist or nothing!”
500. “Tagging is a way to connect with the community.”
501. “Graffiti is an expression of the soul, a way to leave your mark on the world.” – Graffiti Captions
502. Like mosaic to my ears.
503. Chalk full of problems.
504. “You can look at a picture for a week and never think of it again. You can also look at the picture for a second and think of it all your life.” – Joan Miro
505. “Painting is just another way of keeping a diary.”
506. “It’s always pub o’clock in London. ”
507. A true masterpiece.
508. Stay trippy, my hippie.
509. “Across the street from the van was a board fence. Someone had spray-painted incomprehensible graffiti on it—could have been an ambigram for all she knew, legible upside-down as well as right-side-up.”
510. “Life beats down and crushes the soul, and art reminds you that you have one.” – Stella Adler
511. “gray hair is gods graffiti”
512. “Street art is nothing else but urban poetry that catches someone’s eye. Being a street artist is impossible because the city itself is the artist. Street art is a collective thing, participative and interactive, extremely linked to web 2.0 culture.”
513. Limit yourself to 3-4 hashtags
514. “There’s nowhere else like London. Not at all, anywhere. ”
515. “Graffiti is a way to make your mark on the world, to leave a legacy that will endure beyond your lifetime.” – Lee Quinones
516. “The world is a blank canvas, let’s color it with our imagination.”
517. Beautiful moments.
518. “This wall may have been blank, but with our art, we can make it alive.” #Graffiti Captions
519. “Drawing at its best is not what your eyes see but what our mind understands.” – Millard Sheets
520. “Graffiti is a lot easier than the canvas, actually, because it’s such a large format, so when you’re going to such a thin detail, it’s not that thin in the realm of things because it’s such a big wall. ” — Alec Monopoly
521. “The vibe of London as a city is captivating. It’s both fast-paced and extremely rushed but still has the calmness that would attract any big-city person. ” – Ali Fazal
522. “London is always a good idea. ”
523. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is ephemeral, that exists in the moment and then disappears, like life itself.” – Os Gemeos
524. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is dynamic and alive, let’s do it with our backgrounds.”
525. “Street art is the pulse of the city.” #Graffiti Captions
526. “Art is a line around your thoughts.” – Gustav Klimt
527. “Color outside the lines, break the rules.”
528. Life imitates art.
529. “Graffiti is a way to create art that is democratic, that belongs to the people, not just the elites.” – JR
530. “Keep making work even if you don’t know what you have to say. You’ll only find your voice through the struggle”
531. “Tagging is a way to leave a legacy that will never be forgotten.”
532. “Graffiti is a way to immortalize your thoughts and feelings.”
533. Dreaming in colors.
534. Express yourself.
535. “The beauty of graffiti lies in its rawness, let’s embrace it in our backgrounds.”
536. “London opens to you like a novel itself… it is divided into chapters, the chapters into scenes, the scenes into sentences: it opens to you like series of rooms, doors and passages. Mayfair to Piccadilly to Soho to the Strand. ” – Anna Quindlen
537. “Australia is about as far away as you can get. I like that.” – Andre Benjamin
538. “The world always seems brighter when you’ve just made something that wasn’t there before.” – Neil Gaiman
539. “I travel continuously, and I see many cities, but there is nowhere like London. ” – Norman Foster
540. “Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.” – Twyla Tharp
541. “Creativity is piercing the mundane to find the marvelous.” – Bill Moyers
542. “People who say, ‘there’s nothing to fear from spiders’ have clearly never been to Australia.” – Cate Blanchet
543. “In London, love and scandal are considered the best sweeteners of tea. ” – John Osborne
544. Don’t just exist, live.
545. “Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” – Confucius
546. “Whether you succeed or not is irrelevant, there is no such thing. Making your unknown known is the important thing.” – Georgia O’Keefe
547. “Some people become cops because they want to make the world a better place. Some people become vandals because they want to make the world a better looking place.”
548. “Sketching is almost everything. It is the painter’s identity, his style, his conviction, and then color is just a gift to the drawing.” – Fernando Botero
549. Include a strong call to action
550. “When exploring London, you will come across lots of excitement by change, so try to take everything in rather than just rushing around to all of the major tourist haunts. ” – Richard Branson
551. “A bad day in London is better than a good day anywhere else. ”
552. “Let’s use our backgrounds to create a world that is vibrant, diverse, and full of energy.”
553. “I go to seek a great perhaps.” -John Green
554. “Sooner or later, all talk among foreigners in Pyongyang turns to one imponderable subject. Do the locals really believe what they are told, and do they truly revere Fat Man and Little Boy? I have been a visiting writer in several authoritarian and totalitarian states, and usually the question answers itself. Someone in a café makes an offhand remark. A piece of ironic graffiti is scrawled in the men's room. Some group at the university issues some improvised leaflet. The glacier begins to melt; a joke makes the rounds and the apparently immovable regime suddenly looks vulnerable and absurd. But it's almost impossible to convey the extent to which North Korea just isn't like that. South Koreans who met with long-lost family members after the June rapprochement were thunderstruck at the way their shabby and thin northern relatives extolled Fat Man and Little Boy. Of course, they had been handpicked, but they stuck to their line.
555. “Let’s turn these walls into a gallery, let’s showcase our creativity for everyone to see.”
556. “Oops, I did it Big Ben. ”
557. “There are two places in the world where men can most effectively disappear — the city of London and the South Seas. ” – Herman Melville
558. “He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.” – Saint Francis of Assisi
559. “No artist is ahead of his time. He is his time, it’s just that others are behind the times.” – Martha Graham
560. “Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.” – Henry Ward Beecher
561. “I was here but now I'm gone
562. “Stay firmly in your path and dare. Be wild two hours a day!” – Paul Gauguin
563. “Everyone has to scratch on walls somewhere or they go crazy”
564. Back to the basics.
565. “Let’s add some life to these dull walls with our colorful expressions.” #Graffiti Captions
566. “А тепер ми підходимо до теорії розбитих вікон, яка стосується злочинності. Її сформулювали Джеймс Вілсон і Джордж Келлінг. Вони припустили, що з дрібних ознак міського безладу — сміття, графіті, розбитих вікон, пияків у громадських місцях — формується слизький схил, що веде до більших ознак безладу і підвищення рівня злочинності. Чому? Бо сміття й графіті як норма означають, що людям байдуже або вони безсилі цьому протистояти, а це вже пряме запрошення смітити чи робити щось гірше.”
567. Off to a flying art.
568. “New York has a great energy, but London is better. ” – Jaime Winstone
569. “Street art is a visual symphony that speaks to the soul.”
570. “If you hear a voice within you saying, ”You are not a painter,” then by all means paint… and that voice will be silenced.” – Vincent van Gogh
571. “It would be possible to describe everything scientifically, but it would make no sense; it would be without meaning, as if you described a Beethoven symphony as a variation of wave pressure.” – Albert Einstein
572. “More important than a work of art itself is what it will sow. Art can die, a painting can disappear. What counts is the seed.” – Joan Miro
573. “There’s something romantic in preservation at a moment of static bliss.” -Marina Keegan
574. “Melbourne is my type of city, much more so than Sydney.” – Morris Gleitzman
575. “The work of art is a scream of freedom.” – Christo
576. “These walls may have been forgotten, but we can give them a new life with our art.”