It’s been a little over five years since I reviewed Jon Reiss’ documentary Bomb It, a film that I called “easily the best documentary on graffiti history and culture throughout the world that I… Continue reading →
Recently spotted this truck rocking on the streets of Kowloon. Buket and Yumoh have been putting in some work for sometime, and still going strong.
Meres is a super special individual that has one of the biggest artistic hearts, and a giving soul. He has been running 5 Pointz for many years, and the work that he has… Continue reading →
Devil has been on the Hong Kong graffiti scene for some time now. A humble guy of few words, he lets his talent speak for it’s self. Although he claims to not speak… Continue reading →
Recent work from Xeme in Hong Kong.
New Piece by Obsrvr in Hong Kong
Quest is a local Hong King writer that is making noise on the local graffiti set. Here is a piece that he has running at a local graffiti hot spot. Related articles Graffiti… Continue reading →
KAWS – “GISWIL” @ More Gallery With Art Basel opening next week in Switzerland, the art world is gearing up for another round of festivities after barely recovering from the Hong Kong version.… Continue reading →
Devil, a Hong Kong graffiti bomber, paints this huge moniker which represents his brand. Sabcat is a Hong Kong graffiti crew that is consistently painting the city. Related articles Xeme / Hong Kong… Continue reading →
World reknown artist JR is plastering his passion for faces with his on going project ‘One Face At a Time’. Please be sure to catch his HBO Documentary ‘Inside Out’ if you haven’t… Continue reading →
A couple of pranksters plant a bomb and police are called in to defuse the bomb. Give it a view..
The Energizer bunny takes a break next to the Fever in Hong Kong. Only few locations has Fever been spotted, but he is out there in the trenches in Hong Kong doing his… Continue reading →
Xeme is a big name one will come across when visiting Hong Kong. From Hong Kong’s remote walls of fame, to the stickers and tags you see sprawled around the streets of the… Continue reading →
Jams is a Hong Kong writer that keeps steady working the streets. This is what Jams and Hamp’s idea of Old School Flava.
What a huge mess of a show. This ‘Crap’ happened to melt under the Hong Kong sun, and the rain took it down in the end. Well, if you’re into seeing Tam Wai… Continue reading →
Street Art and Graffiti has taken off in Asia and continues to expand at a rapid rate. The works that are being produced are popping up from the Streets to local galleries all… Continue reading →
My first trip to Hong Kong 15 years ago, I was so impressed about how the HKers did their graffiti. Electric boxes, poles, doors and columns covered in all these wonderful Chinese characters.… Continue reading →
His graffiti once plastered Hong Kong, dense black ink calligraphy applied with a brush to any public surface, telling the outlandish story of why he believed the territory belonged to him. The self-declared… 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.
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 →
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