34 Pieces of Digital Graffiti for Inspiration

by Matthew Heidenreich

June 16, 2010 in Inspiration

At one point in time graffiti was considered a way to express yourself in a positive way.  This changed when gangs started to abduct graffiti as a way to display gang signs, and mark territory.  While this is still happening, graffiti has taken a positive step forward and turned to the digital era.  In this post I will share with you 34 pieces of digital, and a few traditional pieces of stunning graffiti for your inspiration.

Destroy

Glitch

Photek

Skeme

3D Graffiti

A Tribute 2 Music

C4D Graffiti

Graffiti

3D Graffiti AMD Phenom Overclocking

3D Graffiti Droid – Mecha

3D Graffiti Gigabyte Overclocking

3D Graffiti Nvidia Overclocking

Hugo Playground

Just Another Ordinary Day

Lady Caprice in 10 Degrees

Memoir

Numeric Posters

Polygon Graffiti

Posters. Graphics.

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About Matthew Heidenreich

Currently an Art Director in St. Louis Missouri.

  • Conor

    Jun 16th

    Nice collection!! Cheers!!

  • Cliff

    Jun 16th

    Graffiti just isn’t the same when it’s not defacing property…

    I kid of course :)

  • Q Ball, The 800lb Gorilla

    Jun 16th

    Still Dope as hell! Writers are always unlimited and outside the lines. Consider legal writing as “defacing” average mind’s comprehension of limited insight.

  • memo

    Jun 16th

    These graffitis are just so awesome…

  • minto

    Jun 17th

    really inspirational. Thanks for sharing , Well done

  • Web Risorsa

    Jun 17th

    All the designs looks great. Thanks for the post.

  • Victoria Blount

    Jun 17th

    I have never seen 3d graffiti like this, but i think this used on the Hugo Boss advert, works really well.

  • bravegye

    Jun 17th

    cool collection, and highly inspirational

  • Jae Xavier

    Jun 17th

    My days of using spray paint have been dormant since 1997, as I could get prosecuted as an adult.

    Anywho…

    3D computer generated graffiti art back then was unheard of. But along came 3D Studio (before it was 3D Studio Max). Its capabilities to generate 100% accurate perspective views or distorted geometry was like have sex for the first time; lots of exploration and late night fun as I recalled.

  • peppy

    Jun 17th

    wow, wow, very cool…. thanks so much

  • Rob

    Jun 18th

    These are mental! I love the ones set in the streets

  • AJ Carter

    Jun 25th

    Amazing :-)…

    Love it

  • DSM Design

    Jun 25th

    Lovely selection! :)

  • vuitton

    Aug 15th

    Thank you for the mention among such great talent. Much appreciated!

  • Andrew Kyriacou

    Sep 26th

    Hey Matthew,

    Im diggn your work. I am an ex-graffiti writer and a current landscape architecture student. I am starting to develop my own digital graffiti pieces through 3ds max. Do you have any tips or tutorials and what programs do you find work the best?

  • Laurent Holdrinet

    Jul 29th

    Wow!
    Amazing realism!
    Thank you

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