What happens when you use black light reactive spray paint to realize your random thoughts – satanic / occultist imagery combined with medical illustrations
Marvel’s Venom graffiti on canvas with a hidden uv-reactive black light effect.
Black light graffiti art – some sort of alien hybrid chimera creature painted using uv reactive paint at a London warehouse party 2016
An alien holding a tin of Campbell’s soup in a Shakespearean pose – Graffiti piece at London Leake Street Tunnel in Waterloo 2016
Large scale alien graffiti mural painted at the Brownstone art gallery, Bangkok, 2015
Black light UV Graffiti alien mural in the heart of Bangkok’s busy Thong Lor district.
Hired by Campari to paint a live graffiti art mural at the ‘new look’ launch party, W Hotel, Bangkok, 2014
A mixed media art piece painted using spray paint, inks, marker pens and acrylic paint. 60x90cm on thin canvas.
UV black light reactive spray can characters. Toys made using recycled spraycans for exhibition.
I was invited to exhibit my stencil art portraits on vinyl at this Detroit based gallery as part of the opening exhibition featuring international artists
Neon black light reactive stencil art portrait on large canvas of Thai alternative model Amy Dynamite
I was hired to paint a large wall sized black light neon art mural of a chameleon in a Bangkok club 2013
A character spray can design realized in a sculpture toy.
A street art style urban graphic illustration of a Frankenstein bunny.
I got hired to paint a Cherry Blossom Sakura tree mural at a Japanese restaurant. How to guide: using a selection of common paints and tools.
A digital illustration which blends real photography and freestyle hand drawing sketch.
Mural artist paints dull grey fibro cement wall into tropical beach scene graffiti mural
Designing grey scale black and white flyer art intended to be used on a photocopier. Design guide by Vinni Kiniki.
Vinni Kiniki artist portfolio
Look yeh, I’ll be honest with you, I didn’t really want to write any words on my homepage, but felt compelled to do so out of SEO duty. Not that I don’t mean what I say, what I mean to say is this and most of the text you see on the website is secondary to the images presented. Throughout the website I’ll write a few comments about the art shown, more often than not there are too many words… why do we have to write so many words?
Having said all that…Welcome to the weird and wonderful art of graffiti artist for hire Vinni Kiniki. Use the words in the green selection bar at the top of the portfolio to filter through the various art portfolio projects showcase. For example, to display all the showcase articles about digital art click the tab that says ‘digital art’. Alternatively, scroll through the page to select a random image or photo that takes your fancy and you will be able to view photos, possibly videos about that given art project. There are also photo galleries dedicated to other art for example; Graffiti & Street Art, Black Light Art, Spray Can sculptures, etc….
All art featured on this website has been created by London based artist Vinni Kiniki unless otherwise stated. On this website there might be photos featuring work by other artists, efforts are made to credit other artists, in case of collaboration links are provided to the artist’s own websites or social media pages. This also applies to the photographers and videographers, models etc. If you do find content that does not feature rightful credit: please get in touch via the contact form so it can get put right.
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