Art found in public places can be really amazing. We’re not talking about 'Harry Potter' spells sort of awesome, although we are fans of bathroom stall art. We mean making bushes look like hair sort of cool.
The coolest thing about graffiti is that there's no right or wrong way to go about it. For starters, Ninja Turtle and dirt versions exist. And while most of the art is super cool, our favorite is definitely the clever and hilarious kind.
Reverse graffiti is when somebody uses a power washer to make a pattern on a dirty surface. Will this guy's interpretation of the art form in Riga, Latvia ends up being quite spectacular, it sure makes us realize how disgusting we leave things.
Yes, some might view graffiti as urban blight, but it is really so bad when it depicts lovable turtles? Check out this collection of turtle-inspired graffiti below, which features sea turtles, cartoon turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and even one crude chalk drawing of a turtle that reads "Slow but wise."
Who says you can only use spray paint cans for street art? Mountain Dew UK recruited two graffiti artists to create portraits of rocker Dave Grohl and 'Jackass' star Johnny Knoxville using only paintball guns.
Check out their steady hands and the resulting works below: