By now, you’ve probably seen or heard of a bunch of the most famous graffiti artworks around the world.
In the case of the graffiti on a highway, for example, we’re talking about a mural on a wall in the city of New York that depicts the famous line “If you don’t stop your car, I’m going to beat you to death” in a way that is not only visually stunning but also is extremely, incredibly difficult to copy.
Now, the artist behind that painting is a New York City native, and he’s now making a new mark with a stunning mural that he has painted on the side of a freeway in the Brooklyn borough of New Jersey.
The mural is called Brick City Walls, and it was commissioned by a local graffiti artist named Joe Zappacosta, who is known for his iconic work of street art.
Zappacota, who has been known to paint murals in the past, has recently started using a digital medium to produce his work.
“I’m not trying to paint a painting with words, I just wanted to do something for the street,” Zappace said in an interview with the New York Daily News.
What makes this mural particularly difficult to replicate is that it is actually very, very hard to copy without getting burned, Zappaco explained.
You need to be able to get a certain level of detail in order to paint this kind of thing.
So if I’m looking at a painting and I see that it’s too long, then I’m like, ‘Well, I can’t do that.’
It has to be very, well-designed.
And this is a pretty big challenge to get right, because you can’t just get a brush and start painting a mural.”
The street mural is also one of the rare examples of graffiti that Zappacio has created using a computer program.
There are many others, including one that features a giant robot’s face and the word “CYBERHOBBY” scrawled in white on the backside of a wall.
But Zappacia doesn’t use the software program he used for his brick city wall painting, so there’s a great deal of research needed to get the project done.
To get to that point, he had to look into other artists’ work and ask them to paint his mural.
Joe Zappacco says he first looked into other graffiti artists to try and recreate the line, but then decided he didn’t want to pay a designer $250,000 to do it for him.
It was also a huge challenge for Zappaci to get an artist to paint it because he has an uncanny ability to pick out and draw details and lines.
He started by using a program called Paint-It that was designed to help people like Zappacs to easily draw and paint in 3D.
For instance, you can use Paint-it to draw the shapes of letters and words, as well as the shapes in the corners of a block of text.
Once you’ve finished that, you’re able to select the shape you want to draw and draw it with the brush tool.
If you want it to be a line, you select it and then use the pencil tool.
And then you have to draw it on a computer.
When you get that right, you then have a color, a light, a dark, and a opacity.
You can add color and shadow to it, too.
So once you have those in place, you start to work with your computer and then with Photoshop and it’ll be a piece of art that’s very difficult to get anything else out of.
However, Zapacacio said that the software he used was incredibly powerful.
That was because the program had been designed for people who paint with a brush.
In other words, it was designed for artists who paint by hand.
As you can see from the image above, he has done a lot of research and created a system that is incredibly easy to use.
His software also allows him to quickly select the color and the light and then apply it to the color of the text.
He also has a system where you can change the opacity of the color.
To add more details, he uses Photoshop to add a line to the text and then uses a ruler and a pencil to draw that line.
This is a method that Joe Zapacosta uses to draw graffiti on the street.
Photo: Joe Zappa/Instagram The bricking process that he used to paint the brill on the street mural was incredibly easy, he said.
A lot of people would have to go and buy a tool, which was really expensive, to do the job, he added.
Since he’s an artist,