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Synthesizer graffiti

Submitted by on December 7, 2009 – 9:18 pm 3 Comments

When I see graffiti, I usually get as mad as hell, but I saw something today that make me second guess this reaction, just for an instant.

Liam Devowski is an artist from San Fransisco, California. He’s part of a group called Neon Gray, who describe themselves as “a multidisciplinary art and design kinship from Baltimore, MD and San Francisco, CA.” They mostly focus on typography, photography, print, packaging, web, analogue design and art direction.

Well, Liam has run around the neighborhood putting graffiti on walls, in books and on scraps of paper. This is no ordinary graffiti mind you, this is synthesizer graffiti!

Check out some of his work:










Only a total synth geek would think synthesizers painted on walls are cool, but color me impressed. Puts a new meaning on the phrase “Casio Rocks!”, doesn’t it?

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