Graffiti taxonomy

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Graffiti taxonomy

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Graffiti Taxonomy project & prints are now available for the ‘E’: Lower East Side, NYC by Evan Roth.

In 2004 I released a project called Graffiti Taxonomy and since then I have been receiving regular email requests to make prints and posters. I have recently revisited the project and am now releasing my first ever series of limited edition signed and numbered prints. The Lower East Side ‘E’ was created from tags photographed in March of 2008. It is the first in an ongoing series of graffiti character studies titled ‘A,E,I,O,U’. The prints were made by master printers right here in Brooklyn and can be purchased at the new ni9e store.

Graffiti Taxonomy presents isolated letters from various graffiti tags, reproduced in similar scales and at close proximity. The intent of these studies is to show the diversity of styles as expressed in a single character. In these photographs, the ‘S’ is reproduced from photographs of tags taken in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, while the ‘A’ is reproduced from tags from Central Park North to 125th St. in Harlem.

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