Tag Archive: stencil

Nitzan Mintz: Israeli Street Artist / Poet

Israeli street artist Nitzan Mintz writes her poems on the streets of Tel Aviv, using disregarded materials she collects from dumpsters and public spaces. “I use only recycled materials in my art,” she… Continue reading

King Of Kowloon / Hong Kong Graffiti King

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

Street Art in Tennessee / JR inspired lanterns

JR is an artist that has now inspired the city of Nashville with his work. The Capital of Country Music has 140 black and white portraits of it’s residents posted on lanterns along Deaderick… Continue reading

Bob Marley / Alec Monopoly

Alec Monopoly is getting big press these days; working with big names such as Madonna. Check him: LINK

Out of the Ballpark / Yankee Cologne X Mint + Serf

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

Margaret Thatcher / Graffiti Inspiration

Margaret Thatcher has inspired many to go to the streets and share their thoughts. People have gotten the urge to speak their mind with their hands and have taken it to the walls.… Continue reading

OFFPROJEKT causes a Stink / STINKFISH / OG CHINO

  OFFPROJEKT released a video of OG Chino, blazing a crispy room of white walls with charcoal, filling it with beautiful imagery representing sex and violence. Real cool hand drawn images, beautiful shading,… Continue reading

CK One Goes Street for Spring / Well, they wanna be…/ Fashion

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 street art subject of new film ‘Obey the Giant’

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

Turbo Fatcap / Graffiti Technique

In this video you can see the abstract depictions in the forms of a photo realistic design. Art from a graffiti writer’s perspective should be fast and effective. Fatcap spray caps are commonly… Continue reading

hua tunan / Massive Style

Chen Yingjie (aka: Hua Tunan) is one of the leading young forces in the world of Chinese street art. Living in the coastal city of Foshan, Hua Tunan’s training in classical Chinese and… Continue reading

Hong Kong arts community fights for legacy of pioneering graffiti artist ‘King of Kowloon’ | The Raw Story

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

Book Review: Street Art London – Steam 156

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

Conor Harrington, Shoredtich, London

Conor Harrington, Shoredtich A former graffiti artist, Conor Harrington hails from Cork in the Republic of Ireland. He still paints outdoor murals worldwide to considerable acclaim, including on the Belfast ends-of-terraces once employed… Continue reading

Fabel for ck one – Shock / Graffiti

Urban street art and graffiti’s continuing struggle to be recognised as a serious art form just got another major fashion fillip. Calvin Klein has partnered with artist and choreographer Jorge ‘Fabel’ Pabon, a… Continue reading

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

Insa and Rone in Melbourne / GIF-iti

INSA has been in Australia for a few weeks now, you can follow some of his adventures HERE ON INSTAGRAM. ————————————————GIF – iti ————————————————————– That up there might look like some very cool but not… 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

Jogja’s Political Street Art Flourishes / Indonesia

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

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

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

Kim Jong-un ‘Doctor Evil’ / Solus Stencil

Between shooting off missiles and telling the Koreans he created Hip Hop, Kim Jong-un has been marketing himself  heavily, and we mean going hard  for the worlds appreciation. Anywhere from Djay-ing to MC-ing,… 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