Street Art Evolution Into Steel Sculpture

Street Art Evolution Into Steel Sculpture
Design

In the New York graffiti world of the early 1990's, Revs was everywhere: the name Revs could be found scrawled, wheat-pasted or painted in gargantuan white letters on overpasses, walls...

Guy Brighton
  • 18 april 2005

In the New York graffiti world of the early 1990’s, Revs was everywhere: the name Revs could be found
scrawled, wheat-pasted or painted in gargantuan white letters on
overpasses, walls and roofs from SoHo to northern New Jersey. The work
upended many traditional notions of graffiti and helped inspire a new
generation of so-called street artists, the New York Times reports.

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