Moneyless’ floating graffiti

Dramatic, unique and often haunting; Italian street artist Moneyless uses ropes for paint in a series of interventions around the world. Growing increasingly constricted by the traditions of graffiti, he began to subvert all he knew. Choosing to abandon lettering for pure geometric shapes, use brushes for increasingly thin outlines, and then move to wool thread allowing for three-dimensional creations, Moneyless has appropriated very ‘fine art’ thinking to a practice so often steeped in rude-boy swagger. His website talks of “artistic sublimation” and “conceptual subtraction”, and quotes psychologists and Wordsworth. This is as far away from tags and throw-ups as you could imagine, whilst never straying too far from street art’s original essence…

Their Website:
Via weheart