Video: Early 90's Los Angeles Graffiti

Graffiti // Thursday, January 17, 2013
Early 90’s Los Angeles video footage of an original L.A. king, Chaka along with graffiti from other O.G.’s such as Oiler, Sleez, and Tolse. There’s also some daytime bus tagging and fire extinguisher dissing as well.

Kaput

Graffiti // Thursday, January 17, 2013
If you need to be reminded of how fresh Kaput actually is at this here graffiti thing, this new piece will refresh your mind.

Hense paints exterior of Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

Graffiti // Thursday, January 17, 2013
Bold, big and dripping in chrome. One of the exterior walls of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center now loudly displays the letters of local graffiti writer, Hense’s name backwards. Atlanta has had a number of issues regarding public murals and what’s deemed appropriate in the last year, so it’s nice to see a contemporary institution support the work of a graffiti writer.

2 New Shank pieces

Graffiti // Thursday, January 17, 2013
Shank has been doing things a little different in the letter department for the New Year and it’s working out from where we are standing.

Trackside Hindue

Graffiti // Thursday, January 17, 2013
  Wander the tracks in any city and you never know what sort of masterpieces will reveal themselves. Colorful Hindue blocks sitting trackside for your viewing pleasure.  

Video: Optical twitch by Zoer & Dems

Graffiti // Wednesday, January 16, 2013
It always frustrating to hear the statement “It’s already all been done” muddled out of someone’s mouth because guess what? It’s hasn’t. There are plenty of new innovating ways to create things and with technology brings a plethora of new possibilities. Watch as Zoer and Dems put that statement to the test with graffiti.  Very clever.

Most

Graffiti // Wednesday, January 16, 2013
This piece by Most can be defined by a single word “FUN.”  Kid friendly, parent approved, spray awesomness.

"Railfan Graffiti Photographer" by Lush

Graffiti // Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Lush has been illustrating various characters surrounding the graffiti and street art culture, making humorous diagrams of each persona. This drawing is titled “Railfan graffiti photographer” and is one of the more accurate depictions we have seen him create. There are subtle and very obvious jabs in each of these drawings, but more often than not, there is a real truth behind them.

Death is Home by Horfe

Graffiti // Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Not sure if this is an album cover, but if it is your band is pretty fortunate to have this illustration by Horfe.

Nekst by Steel and Steel by Dmote

Graffiti // Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Steel pays tribute to Nekst and Dmote paints a Steel piece in the Bronx.

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