Graffiti has been a visible sub-culture since the 1970s and now it has turned into a part of modern youth culture. Though graffiti has been supressed since its appearance, it continues to survive in streets, on walls, roofs, subways, trucks and public vehicles. It can easily be concluded that graffiti has a deep and undetachable relationship with street culture. While graffiti culture and mainstream design appear to be feeding off each other and enriching their perspectives, graffiti still offers a broader room for creativity, as shown in the collection of works in this book. Through the different projects featured, it is evident that the deep-rooted relationship of graffiti with street culture is and has always been its charm.