There is no shortage of books chronicling London’s street art scene. It’s an easy commission for a books editor — eye-catching images, the allure of the subculture, and the potential for sequels, given… Continue reading
Next week, Shepard Fairey will be releasing a fresh new screenprint which is entitled “Peace & Justice Woman”. As usual with Obey Giant, this is his standard edition of 450, it measures 18… Continue reading →
Graffiti Crew 1Up released this recent video with some funny antics. ONE UNITED POWER
Yogyakarta, INDONESIA – The Indonesian street artist who calls himself Anti-Tank chose his name while watching the news in 2004. After hearing a reporter say that a militant had destroyed an American tank… 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.
Liquidteks has just released their first issue of their second volume. The magazine has pushed forward with photos, interviews and other interests that the fellow graff enthusiast enjoys. Real New York City talent… Continue reading →
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 →
The artist who goes by JR believes that the street is “the largest gallery in the world.” If that’s the case, then this gallery is now officially offering a guided tour of his… Continue reading →
“Madonna: A Transformational Exhibition,” curated by Rock Paper Photo, will unveil seven never-before-seen photographs from this fortuitous meeting, shot by Richard Corman and fellow photographer George DuBose. The photos capture the fresh-faced star… Continue reading →