The Yellow Graffiti Van

May 4, 2007 at 12:29 pm 1 comment

I spotted this van the other night while going home and tried to take some night shots of it but they sucked. So was lucky to see that it was back again when I came in in the morning.

I managed to capturesome shots of this Yellow Graffiti covered van. There are hundreds if not thousands of vans with all sorts of graffiti on them. Some good some bad. I particularly like this one for the graffiti not for the van.

If you have some experience with graffiti you will appreciate the quality of these two pieces. The back piece is’t too impressive but the two sides are pretty good.

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Well this doesn’t beat the Graffiti Covered building nor the Dolk Stencil Graffiti but the quality of the piece amazed me and somehow it’s better than the Vegetable graffiti’s I saw on other vans.

The yellow house in the back are the series of houses called Nyboder located on Store Kongensgade in Copenhagen. Quite funny actually as they are a historic piece of Copenhagen flanked by a yellow graffiti van – high contrast stuff.


Entry filed under: 3d effect, art, art on walls, color usage, font usage, graffiti, graffitti, lettering usage, pictures on walls, tagging.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. keepthepiece  |  July 22, 2007 at 12:57 am

    Hey there, thanks for your post. Im feeling the vans, they are hot !!!! So i see your a bit of a Stencil freak !!! Here in New Zealand we have a lot of Stencils around. Ill post some on my blog for you in the next couple of days, watch that blog !!!

    Thanks again


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