60"Hx90''W: The issues of war and peace are not standard graffiti subjects. However, the swift pace of events in an armed conflict is in keeping with the swiftness of execution of a graffiti style.
40"Hx 30''W: When Rembrandt painted his wife as Flora, he could not have imagined that someone would see it in New York"s Metropolitan Museum four hundred years later and make it a fitting subject for a graffiti. Rembrandt could have been a great street artist.
40x60'': Single stroke graffiti lines, bold statement, work that cannot be easily destroyed, large simple format. These are the elements of a graffiti style.
El Greco's Toledo
60"Hx 90''W: El Greco's "View Of Toledo" at the Metopolitan Museum Of Art in New York City is a beautifully nuanced painting. It was a pleasure to work with.
Colossus In NYC
72"H X 60''W: The simplicity of a cartoon figure makes it ideal for a graffiti style. No doubt a cartoon will not carry the weight of a Goya giant but perhaps it's message does not have to be heavy.
60"W x 90''H: A simple blockprint will translate easily to a graffiti painting. A more complicated one would need to first be sinplified.
Picnic On The Grass
60"H x 70''W: While Manet successfully ridiculed the style of the French Academy he did not seem aware of any feminist issues. The clothed women in this painting repair that problem.
Homer's Herring Net,
60"H x 95''W: As an outstanding realist Homer dominated American art in his time. However, this painting can retain it's nineteen century quality as a graffiti.
60"H x 107''W: Van Gogh's "Starry Night "was his only work not painted from life. As an adventurous, creative and bold painter I believe he would have made a great graffiti artist.
60"H x 60''W: Cezanne's distinctive style is lost when it is presented as a graffiti. This work could remind you of a Matisse not a Cubist paintiIng. In the last hundred and fifty years more styles of painting have been invented than ever before. Graffiti is one of the more recent ones.