Graffiti is something seen out of the corner of your eye in the stop and go. Color stretches out like tentacles inside our tunnels and underpasses. It is a jumbled puzzle of cement and paint, weathered by time. It is a reflection of community concerns, new love, rivalries and raw artistic talent.
Spray it loud documents Atlanta graffiti through a tight confrontational lens. With this perspective, graffiti sheds the message and becomes the sum of its parts: color, texture, line & form. By shedding the original composition the message is controlled. It becomes less the product of a solitary artists or vandal and emerges as a study of color.