In the early 1980s, kids battled Mayor Koch over end-to-end burners and broadside rollers, but much has changed in the 30 years since the documentary Style Wars blew the cap off NYC’s… Continue reading
In the early 1980s, kids battled Mayor Koch over end-to-end burners and broadside rollers, but much has changed in the 30 years since the documentary Style Wars blew the cap off NYC’s… Continue reading →
Nekst keeps it movin’ and is coming through hoods and going large. Caught this flick… had to flip it… Detroit Mich beotch! Photo courtesy excusemysarcasm
Steve Powers, also as EPSO does a big production in Downtown serving the two meet hammers that crave oxytocin. Fulton Street in Brooklyn is an old stomping ground of mine was I was… Continue reading →
Alec Monopoly is getting big press these days; working with big names such as Madonna. Check him: LINK
Merf… Serf… Mint… Sint…. The team of ‘1134’ are flossing their newest project. Ya’ll like their stank? Then you’re gonna love the New York Stank collectable ‘Merf’ collab. These two cats have travelled… Continue reading →
This spring, hit the streets with CK One’s Street Edition. Grafitti art seems to be a trend in the beauty world as of late, but this limited-edition collection stands apart, with its bright… Continue reading →
Shepard Fairey’s first acts of street art have spawned a fictional film, “Obey the Giant.” The 20-minute short is based on Fairey’s subversive Andre the Giant “Obey” sticker campaign of the early 1990s designed… Continue reading →
Earsnot candid interview tells all.
Since opening its first location on La Brea back in 2011, Lab Art is now considered “the largest art gallery in the nation dedicated to street art.” Ready to take its ever-expanding variety… Continue reading →
Utah and Ether are slaying the streets of Hong Kong. Going hard and bringing that type of New York flava that makes my eyes feel good in the China hood.
When an anonymous photographer started documenting graffiti-covered trains in New York in the 1970s, nobody seemed to take much notice. Or so Henry Chalfant thought. The truth was, plenty of the city’s graffiti… Continue reading →
The legendary JA with a slick silver tag, nourished with the sweet water from the New York City sky.
Zen Graffiti…. Very serious graffiti that is often taught by Zen master in the mountains of Kyoto, Japan. The ancient form of can control stems back to many dynasties that nurtured the ancient… Continue reading →
With Los Angeles street artists embracing the use of traditional murals to engage public spaces, it gives Writing on the Wall a good reason to look closely at individual works in Southern California.… Continue reading →
For most people, history is something to be contained within the confines of a glass box, something to be sealed, gawked at and controlled. For New Yorkers, however, history is in every crack… Continue reading →
Black Dallas x Rebel Ink
Fans of the New York Mets are familiar with the “Home Run Apple”: Every time a player scores, the giant fruit rises up from just outside center field to mark the occasion. A… Continue reading →