No toys Tattoo

Graffiti // Thursday, November 29, 2012
Can we just say this thing is on another level? Straight retarded and ultra hilarious, level 10. I’m guessing this person doesn’t keep normal friends outside of graffiti and if they do, it’s gonna be interesting trying to explain what it means with a straight face. “No toys dawg, seriously.” It would have been cooler if the tattoo was really wack, like a toy actually did it, but I guess that defeats the “Purpose" of the tattoo here.

New work from Waly

Graffiti // Thursday, November 29, 2012
Here are a few new pieces by Waly. Nice connections, keeping it simple.

Tomcat

Graffiti // Thursday, November 29, 2012
Picking an alias that is unique and memorable to write all over other people’s property can be difficult. We think the name Tomcat was a good choice. It always seems to stand out.

New York Building in the 80's

Graffiti // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
In the 80’s, many areas in New York looked similar to this, desolate and decayed. You can see at the bottom of this photo that this buildings was grilled thoroughly with tags.

Cesar Fmk

Graffiti // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Real simple, real bright, real good. Cesar in Oakland.

Ouch Interviewed...

Graffiti // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Seatlle-based graffiti writer, Ouch, was recently interviewed by the website Getnloose. Those unfamiliar with his work should check it out.

Soviet Whole Car

Graffiti // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Something different and rather large on the side of a refrigeration car by Soviet from Nsf.

New Trav Piece

Graffiti // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
This new Trav piece is leaning to the left while taking it easy in the shade dodging the Los Angeles sun.

Begr x Stue

Graffiti // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Begr and Stue in Oakland. Doing their thing. Fall colors. Looking real good.  

Noah AOK

Graffiti // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Noah’s letters consistently have such great flow and that old school AOK/TFP style is classic.

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