Kaso’s Regenerative Graffiti

April 9, 2007 on 11:18 am | In related links | Comments Off on Kaso’s Regenerative Graffiti


Italian abstract graffiti artist Kaso has a new project called Regenerative Graffiti. Instead of just going over earlier pieces, he modifies them by adding his own elements:

Regenerative Graffiti is an experimental project, is all about create new shapes of Graffiti from previous Graffiti artworks. This mutant process starts with the idea to keep alive the previous Artist’s soul, otherwise completely deleted and would likes experimenting new figures from recycling and reinterpreting Graffiti.
Regenerative Graffiti regenerates color schemes, new visual patterns and reinvent new composition, makes abstract shapes and reinvents the visual urban landscape over time.

He also credits Graffiti Archaeology as being an inspiration for the project. I can’t wait to see what he does next with it!

Earlier work by Kaso: graffitinet.com, aerosolart.it

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