Get Nailed takes on a blue-white version of a paint splatter graffiti look.
Nail Art Junkie puts Banksy's iconic designs on the tips.
The Illustrated Nail gives us a dose of Hollywood.. and the downtown LA graffiti obviously comes with all the glitz.
Chalkboard Nails kills it again—love the 90s feel of this splatter design.
Valiantly Varnished opted for a more multi-colored splatter, for a particularly Pollock-y vandal.
CKOne's new campaign was inspired by street art. Behold, the nail closeup.
Chez Malanix test drives Nail Inc's Vernis Graffiti. (Brits have more fun.)
CND was inspired by a little graffiti and a whole lot of motion backstage at Creatures of the Wind's Fall 2013 show.
Chelsea's Get Nailed just put Banksy to shame.
Naomi Nails NYC (Naomi Yasuda) did this awesome graffiti look for her "favorite hand model."
Fashion has always toyed with the idea of street culture. Street style, for one, is on just about every fashion website in the world. Then, it popped up as a concept in multiple editorials, culminating in various street-meets-fashion trends: the snapback hat, the high-top sneaker, etc. More literally, street art has appeared on accessories ranging from current-season Proenza to many-seasons-ago's Stephen Sprouse x Louis Vuitton collab. It was only a matter of time until nail artists ranging from Naomi Yasuda to Chelsea's Get Nailed took the likes of Banksy and mainstream graffiti and found a way to paint them on the tips. Click through our slideshow above to see the ten best graffiti nail art looks we could find from the web.