DAIM’s 3D Graffiti Displayed On Street and Museum Walls

3d graffiti on building, art by daim

It is fascinating to see how graffiti art has evolved from the streets to now being displayed in museums. It has finally reached a level of acceptance from the fine art circuit. And it is about time!

Showcased here, are works by DAIM, a German graffiti artist with over 25 years of experience and known for his 3D style. He expertly creates light and shadows with spray paints—avoiding the traditional heavy outlines—making the shapes and letters pop out elegantly. From murals to digital prints, his art has been featured in books, galleries all over the world, and recently on display at Museum für Völkerkunde Hamburg and Zone Contemporaine.

grey and green graffiti close up of 3d letters, graffiti behind-the-scenes with daim daim painting a wall



daim's art featured in book graffiti on wall of museum 3d indoor mural by daim digital art graffiti style yellow 3d graffiti with DAIM posing in middle daim selecting spray paints
Images © DAIM / Mirko Reisser /MRPro
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