LIFESTYLE

 

MAKE IT

HAPPEN.

SHOCK

EVERYONE.

KANNDELA® DESKTOP WALLPAPER

DOWNLOAD YOUR WALLPAPER HERE:

DESKTOP WALLPAPER – CLICK HERE

“DEFY ALL ODDS”

DESKTOP WALLPAPER – CLICK HERE

“K.R.E.A.M. | Kanndela Rules Everything Around Me”

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KANNDELA® MOBILE WALLPAPER

You spoke, and we heard you! You can now download the mobile version of the KANNDELA® graffiti lifestyle. Don’t worry, you’ll still always have your clock, flashlight & camera buttons fully visible! Don’t know what kind of iPhone you have? No problem, go to “Settings” > General > About > Model Name.”

Simply hit the “Click Here” button below, and BOOM!

DOWNLOAD YOUR WALLPAPER HERE:

iPhone SE (2nd Gen) – CLICK HERE

iPhone 6 – CLICK HERE

iPhone 6s – CLICK HERE

iPhone 6s Plus – CLICK HERE

iPhone 7 – CLICK HERE

iPhone 7 Plus – CLICK HERE

iPhone 8 – CLICK HERE

iPhone 8 Plus – CLICK HERE

iPhone X – CLICK HERE

iPhone XS Max – CLICK HERE

iPhone XR – CLICK HERE

iPhone 11 – CLICK HERE

iPhone 11 Pro – CLICK HERE

iPhone 11 Pro Max – CLICK HERE

iPhone 12, 12 Pro – CLICK HERE

iPhone 12 Pro Max – CLICK HERE

IPhone 12 Mini – CLICK HERE

*These will look best with “Perspective Zoom” in iPhone features turned OFF.

WALLPAPER HISTORY & INSPIRATION

Graffiti has evolved into a pop culture existence often related to underground hip hop music, b-boying, and a lifestyle that remains hidden from the general public. Graffiti can be used as a gang signal to mark territory or to serve as an indicator or “tag” for gang-related activity. There is a huge controversy in regards to the evolved graffiti art, stencils, sticker art, wheatpasting / street poster art, and street installations.

The graffiti art sub-culture can be very dangerous. Many of these bombers or artists not only risk being caught by authorities vandalizing insulated concrete forms of public buildings, but they also risk their lives. The term bombing is done everywhere and can be as simple as freedom of expression. These bombers often don’t feel like they have a voice in society and this tagging one’s signature can feel empowering leaving a legacy behind in a place where you feel ignored or forgotten.

The hieroglyphics and illustrations carved into and painted on cave walls and ancient ruins represent an expression of history, emotion, social norms, and societal expectations that, without, the description of the world’s history would be lacking.