Beijing graffiti artist Andy Chen from the ABS crew in front of one of his designs. Photo: Simon SongBeijing graffiti artist Andy Chen from the ABS crew in front of one of his designs. Photo: Simon Song
Beijing graffiti artist Andy Chen from the ABS crew in front of one of his designs. Photo: Simon Song

Beijing street artists taking graffiti in China to the next level, transforming the city – and even getting paid for it

Graffiti is blooming in pockets of Beijing despite official disapproval of street art, and some of the artists trying to make a living out of it have found that corporate customers are willing to pay for their striking works

Topic |   Art
Beijing graffiti artist Andy Chen from the ABS crew in front of one of his designs. Photo: Simon SongBeijing graffiti artist Andy Chen from the ABS crew in front of one of his designs. Photo: Simon Song
Beijing graffiti artist Andy Chen from the ABS crew in front of one of his designs. Photo: Simon Song
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