Tag Archive: gallery

Dallas’ first ‘free wall,’ in West Dallas, gives graffiti artists a legal canvas

About a dozen graffiti artists descended on an abandoned West Dallas warehouse Saturday afternoon, tagging its walls with spray paint. But for maybe the first time in Dallas, police did nothing to stop… Continue reading

Shepard Fairey “Peace & Justice Woman” New Print Available April 18th

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

Sexer / Graffiti

James ‘Sexer’ Rodriguez is an old school writer who stays on his game, and keeps his skills sharp. In the 80’s, Sexer’s mark could be spotted from the 1, 2 and 5 New… Continue reading

eL Seed / Calligraffiti

The Jara Mosque in Gabes boasts the tallest minaret in all of Tunisia and now it is covered in el Seed’s signature calligraffiti. Exactly one year after the Jasmine revolution, the French/Tunisiangraffiti artist took on his largest project to date… Continue reading

So Long Sam / Ewok 5MH

So the time has come, I’ve held onto this piece tightly as long as I could, turned down a good number of in person offers over the years, and even took it off… Continue reading

Fleurs Rouges by NooN

K.Olin tribu is proud to present its new collaboration with a young French artist: NooN. Passionate sculptor, he began working with porcelain in the early 2000s. We hope that this work will delight many! via Fleurs… Continue reading

Earsnot / Interview

Earsnot candid interview tells all.

Spraying Bricks / Smug One

Smug. An Australian street artist based in Glasgow. Since recognising his passion for Graffiti, Smug has quickly become one of the most talented street artists around. His high-quality murals demonstrate a photo-realistic style,… Continue reading

Lab Art Brings Sweet Street Art to Fred Segal Santa Monica / Gear

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 / Hong Kong / Graffiti

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.

HIDE AND SEEK / CRASH / Gallery

When looking back to the eighties when graffiti was going ‘pop’, it was because of artists like Crash making moves to place graffiti into art history. Crash [John Matos] is a true legend… Continue reading

Liquidteks Magazine … | Liquidteks Magazine Issue One, Volum… | HP MagCloud

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

Margaret Thatcher Dead: Creative Graffiti Art Sprayed Across The UK

Thatcher’s death has prompted an outpouring of emotion from people across the UK, with her passing proving as divisive as her policies in life. While heartfelt tributes have moved the right, many others… Continue reading

Style Wars / Henry Chalfant bringing back that ol’ New York Rap

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

Zen Graffiti / Ancient Hip Hop History / Jens Shoshin

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

Street Artist JR Creates iPad App to Help You Track Down His Work

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

Cause for KAWS

16 foot fibergalss statue is revealed today at the 30th Street Station in Philly. It’s a new creation of KAWS. It looks like a decomposed Mickey Mouse creature that is counting to 100.… Continue reading

Saster Throwback 5

Here are three classic photos from not too long ago: Cecs who has a been creeping the streets of Brooklyn for some time. Cope 2 with a Cope 3 – Internet King throwie.… Continue reading

Saster Throwback 5

Throwback shmoback… It’s still new to those that haven’t seen, but for those that have continuously been loyal to the site…. ya seen these, so throwin’ ya back. Flicks from the Streets include: Moody,… Continue reading

Street artist Stik takes it to the homeless

In a move shunning the art world, Hackney graffiti artist Stik put his exclusive work in the hands of the homeless in a free giveaway with the Big Issue magazine last week. Stik,… Continue reading

Alec Monopoly does Madonna / Rock Paper Photo Transformational Exhibit

“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

Graffiti gone to Ithaca / Tats Cru / Sye

Stepping out from the shadows of New York, and other cities where a generation of graffiti artists turned crumbling walls into splashes of expression, some of the top graffiti artists in the world… Continue reading

Duke of Lancaster: Abandoned Ship Turned into Graffiti Art Piece in Wales

A historic abandoned cruise liner, the Duke of Lancaster has become a UK landmark with the help of artists. The ship, located on the Dee Estuary in north Wales has become a canvas… Continue reading

Photography Turns Street Art and Murals into a Complete Urban Collage

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

Art gallery uses public pay phones to share ’90s history

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

Street artist, Owen Dippie – New Zealand

Owen Dippie contacted Streets Are Saying Things a few years back with his Black and White portrait of Notrious rapper Biggie Smalls. He’s currently working on a new project ‘Larger Than Life’ in… Continue reading

Banksy Art Tours in Bristol

He’s like Madonna in these parts, or Kylie: a single moniker that’s instantly recognisable. Banksy. Bristol’s most famous son seems to haunt this city, sometimes appearing on its walls, other times merely shaping… Continue reading

Flowers and Skulls – Takashi Murakami / Hong Kong

It would not be a disservice to describe the oeuvre of Japanese art superstar Takashi Murakami as being akin to an assembly-line. As again evidenced by this exhibition of his latest large-scale paintings… Continue reading

Artsharela – Seventh Letter / Event

Art Share L.A. is a santcuary for the arts in downtown LA., maintaining a 28,000 sq ft warehouse in the heart of the arts district. Art Share proceeds from this event support the… Continue reading

The Realist Painter / Ruddy Taveras

Ruddy Taveras from the Dominican Republic has an amazing eye for what’s real. Some of the painters work can easily be mistaken for a large photo, when in fact they are hand painted… Continue reading