Graffiti Artist was an artist that liked to spray paint art on the Seward Street Subway Station. He was in the 2016 movie.


While Erin, Abby, and Jillian were investigating Patty's ghost claims, they ran into him on the subway platform. Patty expressed annoyance with his presence and told him to stop. When she added that he was always down here, Abby, with help from Erin, asked if he had seen a ghost. He replied that he had, and started spray-painting a ghost on the wall. Patty made him stop, and told him to remove the ghost, which he acted on as another art direction and kept spraying. Patty took his can, and sent him on his way. After he left, and Abby, Erin, and Patty moved on, but Jillian hung back to photograph the final image. She commented on the possibility of it being a good logo.


  • In this universe, he unknowingly created the Ghostbusters logo later used by the team.
  • He noted that his art studio is actually in SoHo, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan. The neighborhood was known for the large number of artists who moved in during the 1970's.[1]
    • It is one neighborhood north of TriBeCa, where the Firehouse is located in real life.


Primary CanonEdit

Ghostbusters (2016 Movie)

Secondary CanonEdit

IDW Comics


  1. Wikipedia- SoHo, Manhattan "Artists move in"
  2. Jillian Holtzmann (2017). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters 101 #3" (2017) (Comic p.16). Jillian Holtzmann says: "You don't look like a subway graffiti artist, so I'm gonna call shenanigans."


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