Tag Archive: throwback

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

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

Classic and Crispy / JA

The legendary JA with a slick silver tag, nourished with the sweet water from the New York City sky.

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

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

ABS Crew / Graffiti in China

Members of the graffiti art team ABS(Active Brilliant Significant)work in Beijing’s 798 Art Zone on March 21, 2013. They are Ye Shu (29), Chen Chuang (27), Xu Yan (25), and Wang Weixuan (26).… 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

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

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

Revok MSK

Cool video of Revok from the incredibly hard working MSK crew. Something is always inspiring when watching good style get blazed across a clean or grimy wall. Take a look at the versatile… Continue reading

Tuff City Styles Winter Round Up

Tuff City Styles releasing footage of some of the burners from the past season. Heavy hitter after heavy hitter, top notch peaces, styles for miles. Watch the video from the winter season chill,… Continue reading

Where my Dogs at?? PUMA Clyde x Franklin & Marshall

New York City. Back in the Day, PUMA Clyde were the kicks of ghetto tastemakers. If the web existed back then with options to design your own PUMAs… there probably would have been too… Continue reading

Debbie Partin / Freight Train Benching Documentarian

Debbie Partin spends her spare time benching freight train graffiti so that others can bench from the comfort of their laptops. Try benching some of her videos if have some time to spare.… Continue reading

New book documents hidden graffiti in Toronto

Hidden Toronto is a new book that explores the city’s inconspicuous places and the graffiti that’s found among them. The book’s fifty-two images are organized into three sections covering buildings, bridges, and watersheds… Continue reading

Graffiti-Filled Gowanus Bat Cave Still ‘Open’ For Exploration

Urban explorers are a bit like children—if you tell them not to do something, it’s guaranteed they’ll try to do it. So when one such local explorer learned that developer Joshua Rechnitz sealed… Continue reading

Crate Diggers / J Dilla

A good half hour retrospect on J Dilla. His music and legacy still influencing beginners to the heavy hitting producers.James Dewitt Yancey, better known by the stage names J Dilla and Jay Dee,… Continue reading

Flip The Script / Jamal Nasir

There are many that want to pursue the path of producer, but it’s a path that is often laid with wack beats and terrible lyrics. There’s nothing like hearing a few boom bap tracks… Continue reading

ZEism / Brooklyn Bomb

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Swoon / Gowanas – Brooklyn, NYC

Two other hitters in the same pict [Kuma, Dinker].. Gowanus Swoon.

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Graffiti in Mong Kok East / Honk Kong

Graffiti and other forms of street art is beginning to boom in the big city of HK. It’s no wonder with such an amazing place, full of energy and fast moving. Keeping a… Continue reading

Cope2 Color Bubble T-Shirt

COPE2 — Cope2 Color Bubble T-Shirt – Heather Grey.

Google Art Project adds nearly 2,000 works, from street art to prized photos

The Google Art Project could be considered a safeguard for culture when it’s preserving work that’s not just difficult to see, but may disappear at the drop of a hat. Witness Google’s latest… Continue reading

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