Italian Artist CT Paints Minimalist Graffiti

By - Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Graffuturism posted a couple of the latest walls painted by CT, an Italian artist inspired by graffiti but making efforts to deconstruct it and break it down to its barest forms. He said, “I would like to emphasize the close relationship between the past and the present of Graffiti Culture in my works.” While maintaining letterforms as his starting point, he breaks them down into shapes which he rotates and inverts to create abstract compositions painted in a single color. In a time when many graffiti writers around the world are allowing technique to overtake the importance of form, CT appears to be making the counter-argument. Source: Graffuturism

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