Tattoo dedicated to passed graffiti writers

Graffiti // Wednesday, February 06, 2013
A bold gesture of permanence dedicated to the many graffiti writers who have passed over the last decade. From here we can see Nekst, Tie, Sace, Oil, Over, Erie, Poke, Kerse, and Eroe. Throw on an Ayer, Dream, Sane, SK8, Stay High, Rob one, Kase2 and so many more! 

Trackside Myths

Graffiti // Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Give a writer one can, one surface and see what they can conjure up. Myth trackside purple can outlines.

HEAT TCI RIVER END-2-END

Graffiti // Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Heat and River take out the entire side of this boxcar creating an abstract expressionism styled background to paint their letters over.

Most x Heis

Graffiti // Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Most and Heis flanking a skulled Mr. Peanut looking character.

LUSH NSFW x 10

Graffiti // Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Things are getting real ridiculous down in Australia concerning all things Lush. This might be one of his most offensive pieces yet and that’s saying a lot for this guy. Nice tuxedo thong dude.

Cab in Action

Graffiti // Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Cab is a staple and has consistently been an active graffiti writer since the early 90’s in Los Angeles. A rare photo of him in action knocking out a piece.

The Most Dope

Graffiti // Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Askew on the side of a small building where it looks lush and tropical.

Boans RV

Graffiti // Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Out in woods in a blanket of fog, this RV appears sketchy! Now an anarchy sign and skull operate similar to a beware sign. “Boans” painted by Read More Books.

Good Ol' Vandalism

Graffiti // Tuesday, February 05, 2013
In the spirit of “Good Ol’ Vandalism’ comes some fancy colored vandalism. Courtesy of Isrek, Fone, and Cater in Seatlle.

Ed Koch dies at 88

Graffiti // Monday, February 04, 2013
  Ed Koch who was a three-term mayor of New York City in the 80’s passed away this past Friday. Koch was a hated mayor among New York graffiti writers, notably due to his appearances in the influential film Style Wars where he expressed his distaste and determination to combat graffiti. He hilariously suggested putting wolves in between two fences to detour graffiti writers from hitting the MTA trains.

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