By Diana Shi
Streaked with oversized bears whose faces and bodies deconstruct into a million chroma particles, towering building faces become metaphorical nature sanctuaries in the work of Arlin Graff. The Detroit and São Paulo-based artist is an innate lover of abstraction, and it shows in his penchant for graphics that mimic digital art. Graff takes his spray cans and unleashes them into torrents of colors that mimic carefully-applied découpage ribbons.
Arlin, who is Brazilian, draws much of artistic inspiration from his memories from childhood. His earliest recollections of spending time in his family’s woodshed and interacting …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: The Creators Project