Here are two photos of a subway car displaying works by the Legendary SEEN UA and CES [ Tuff City ]. This a subway car that was painted in 1998 and is possibly… 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.
Presenting… HORIZON…! The newest hand painted 8 inch resin Tuttz figure from Emily Bee (sculpted by Eric ofArgonaut Resins). Horizon will be available for purchase on Tuesday, July 30th at 1pm ESTat emilybee.bigcartel.com! (Check the timezone converter for your… Continue reading →
Last month, I had the pleasure of meeting a few cats from Garbage Beauty. They take found objects from the street and they add their personal touch of hand calligraphy using markers and… Continue reading →
this week we posted a new piece that Kraser recently displayed. Here is another beautiful work from Krasner. A unique use of spray and brush. Related articles Ten of August – Opiemme /… Continue reading →
Street Artist, Ever and Alexis Diaz display new pieces at the Painted Desert Project. This project has been organized by fellow streets artists Yote and Jetsonorama. The project aims to educate other of the various creative aspects of… Continue reading →
Stencil Artist and Poet Opiemme shares a stencil concerning the anticipation of the Spring season. Photo courtesy of Opiemme © 2013 Related articles Your dose of Opiemme / Tapping at your chamber door/… Continue reading →
When I think of the music I relate to Graffiti, the sounds that come to mind are that of the subway back in 1981. The sounds of the cans one kicks while creeping… Continue reading →
Step Tone Thirtynine shares mural of Flava Flav, painted freshly two days ago for Flava Flav Show. Step Tone Thritynine FB Page
View these classic flicks, and get a feel of the work put in back in the day… NYC needs another revival…..
Miss Van started wall-painting in the streets at the age of 18, initiating the feminine movement in street art. Miss Van’s sultry female characters began to pop up on city center walls in… Continue reading →