Graffiti and street art are the transformation of usable or legally blocked spaces into a form of visual discourse and expression, regardless of location or site. According to Mr. Hure, these forms of expression emerging on the streets directly bring the artist and the audience together through the discourse and attitude revealing from the works, emphasizing that the streets belong to all people, which also include messages about issues of social concern. Mr. Hure, who became acquainted with graffiti in 2000, has mainly worked on the streets for about 15 years. In recent years, he has been focusing on abstract works consisting of fictionalization of pastel, vibrant and phosphorescent colors that are normally not in harmony with each other, based on his experiences from many graffiti he has done in Turkey and abroad. He transfers the elements of graffiti and the effects people leave on the street to his own works. For this reason, it can be said that he reflects the period he lives in his works. It is possible to see the artists both street art and graffiti works in cities such as Antalya, Diyarbakir, Eskisehir, Istanbul, Izmir, Mardin, Rize, Siirt from Turkey, as well as many different countries abroad such as Germany, USA, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Italy, Serbia, Syria and Greece.