Browsing through my twitter tweets a year ago, I received a tweet from my man Dante Ross referring to rapper Action Bronson as one of the best rappers to succeed. I gave Action a… Continue reading
NEW YORK — A battle is brewing to save an iconic building in Queens. It’s cool and colorful, but it soon may be condemned. The landmark covered with graffiti art could face the… Continue reading →
Walking the streets of Montreal, you always come across such beautiful peaces that are just breath taking. It has been a real wonderful maven for street art and graffiti, and continues to flourish… Continue reading →
New York Times has recently posted an article about Brooklyn‘s historic Hip Hop history. It has been a long time that I have hoped to see an article of this sort publicized in… Continue reading →
Long Island City artists are demanding a local panel block a plan to tear down a world-renowned graffiti mecca to make way for a luxury housing project. G & M Realty intends to… Continue reading →
German Graffiti artist Barok banged out a 2013 jammie, laying down the nuts and bolts of his various styles.
Street Fighters is a series of artists that collab, battle and blaze their talents across canvas in a night club scene. Deejay’s spin as onlookers watch the performance of some of the most… Continue reading →
Featuring murals/productions from FX crew, I Wuz Here/CBS, 4 Burners, IWS crew, & Few and Far. CUP 2013 will feature 35 well-known graffiti/mural artists from all over the Nation. There will also… Continue reading →
In the early 1980s, kids battled Mayor Koch over end-to-end burners and broadside rollers, but much has changed in the 30 years since the documentary Style Wars blew the cap off NYC’s… Continue reading →
Legendary Street Artist Kenny Sharf was arrested for doing the illegal deed, spent 20 hours in central booking. Reported that his arresting officers are fans of the form and even asked him for… Continue reading →
Toronto Canada Graff Artist Bacon heavyweights some of the nicest walls in Toronto. The Molotow sponsored artist has been burning since the 90’s and continues the tradition of putting on the paint.
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 →
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 →
Earsnot candid interview tells all.