David Griggs artwork ‘blood on the streets’ sums up the graffiti ethos of the scary mask for the sake of a posture. Graffiti artists will tell you it is tribal re ‘mud men’ masks but that is only true in some cases. The prevalent equivalent is KISS meets a scary clown. Some writers are kidding themselves and others. It is all about the agenda of crews and individuals looking for useful results as opposed to ‘blood on the streets’.