Graffiti and Street Art in Brighton

Graffiti and Street Art in Brighton

Please note: As I no longer live in Brighton (or in the UK) I’ve been forced to retire this blog. Sad days, but them’s the breaks blud. So long, and thanks for all the graff. You can still contact me here.

Looking at photos of great graff in Brighton, but don’t know what to make of it? You’re in the right place. Graffiti is an art form that should be accessible to everyone, but it’s not always that easy to decipher. We believe in making the pieces that Sussex has to offer accessible to everybody – afterall, isn’t that the point?

We don’t just want to give you a concise archive of the best pieces of graffiti in Brighton, we aim to go that extra step to explain a little more about it. Be it stencils, spray can art, marker pens, stickers, wheat paste posters or any other kind of creation, our explanations of the Graffiti here in Sussex will be simple, non-patronising, and most importantly will give you the opportunity to really appreciate the street art on show.

Don’t know your bite from your bomb? Lost between a throw up and a tagger? Check out our Graffiti Glossary to learn the speak, then spy our photographs of the best graffiti and street art in Sussex, and you’ll get to grips in no time with all the dope pieces you want, without feeling like a total toy!

If you don’t know what we’re talking about, learn more about graffiti and street art terminology here. Or, learn a little  about the history of modern graffiti.

With stencil graffiti, spray can art, stickers, wheat paste posters or alternative street art, we’ve without a doubt got the best graffiti in Sussex!

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