Afro Taino by Gabriel Abreu in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic
Great graffiti happens when the artists don't get stumped. Instead, they go out on a limb to incorporate site-specific elements into their artwork (What? Yew don't like tree graffitis or tree puns? Ya poor sap - Just leaf now)
Here are some poplar examples of great tree graffiti (or should we call them graffitree?)
Nuxono Xän, Fort de France, Martinique
Forget comb! If you have hair this big, you'd need a rake! Street artist Nuxono Xän added a humorous touch to this wall in Fort de France, Martinique. Photo by Rosali Rodriguez - via Street Art Utopia.
Legend of Giants by Natalia Rak
Peek-a-Boo by Pasha P183
Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic created this Peek-a-Boo graffiti in Bangasar, Kuala Lumpur, as tribute to the deceased "Russian Banksy" artist Pasha P183. Via My Modern Met
Réa en friche by Vinie Graffiti
French street artist Vinie Graffiti took advantage of an ivy-covered wall to create this amazing graffiti.