Realistic Graffiti Decals for 3D Urban Environments

Bring your environments to life by the marks left by its people

3 min

December 8, 2022

BRIKS

First of all, I’d like to shout out my mate and graffiti artist BRIKS!
We have collaborated many times throughout our careers and most definitely will many more times in the future!

Our latetest collaboration is the Blauw Films X Briks Graffiti Scrapbook.

A photorealistic urban environment with Graffiti tags all over a 3D model of a wall. To create photorealistic environments in CGI you can use the Graffiti Scrapbook by BRIKS and Blauw Films.
Overview of all 3D assets in The Graffiti Scrapbook (wall, ladder and clutter included)

One thing I’ve always noticed in CG renders: The unnatural look of graffiti assets

Lots of 3D-scenes have graffiti with consistent line-weights, even spray-pressure and confusing scale.


This put me and Briks on a path to develop The Graffiti Scrapbook.
A collection of 150+ real graffiti decals. Each tagged with care onto a clean wall, and extracted into a Diffuse and Alpha.

Are you looking for high quality graffiti?

The Graffiti Scrapbook, a pack of hand painted graffiti decals for 3d environment art and design. This pack includes alpha masks and substance painter materials to help you make the best photorealistic urban renders.
The Graffiti Scrapbook is an ongoing project in collaboration with graffiti artists.

A top down photorealistic 3d render of an urban wall and floor that is covered in graffiti by BRIKS in CGI. Made with the Graffiti Scrapbook by Blauw Films for 3D artists and environment artists.

A photorealistic 3D render of spray-paint cans for graffiti. This cgi render is photorealistic and has a strong shallow depth of field. The blur has custom bokeh of the human eye made with the Bokeh Builder resource from Blauw Films.

I’m really excited for future updates of this product! We will be adding new tags and even full artworks.
Updates will be free of charge for those who have purchased the product.

A photorealistic urban environment with Graffiti tags all over a 3D model of a wall. To create photorealistic environments in CGI you can use the Graffiti Scrapbook by BRIKS and Blauw Films.

A photorealistic 3d render with graffiti on a studio canvas with a ladder and graffiti spray-cans on the floor. The render is made with the Graffiti Scrapbook by Blauw Films and Briks.
3D-Assets available in the Graffiti Scrapbook.


The Graffiti Scrapbook is available as a Free Resource on the Store!
I’m excited to using it personally in future projects! :)

A grid of graffiti alpha masks that are hand painted by graffiti artist Briks for the Graffiti Scrapbook resource by Blauw Films. These graffiti assets and decals are for 3D artists and Environment artists.

A grid of graffiti alpha masks that are hand painted by graffiti artist Briks for the Graffiti Scrapbook resource by Blauw Films. These graffiti assets and decals are for 3D artists and Environment artists.

We’d love to see what our community uses our products for, so don’t hesitate to share your results with us!
We’ll be sure to give you a shout out!

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