As Graffiti users grow more experienced, their works look less and less like graffiti and more like miniature artworks. The work of Jeremy Deveraturda, 27, a recent fine arts undergraduate in New York, is often compared with traditional watercolor. That makes sense, he says, since they share the same attributes: a light drawing first, color intensity on the focal point, then a wash of color on top. Deveraturda, whose work can be viewed at www.funlabor.com, is inspired by drawings from art history books, and taps his own knowledge of how traditional artists made their paintings.
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