Supe Stickers

Graffiti // Thursday, April 18, 2013
A stack of stickers in your pocket can make any long walk thoroughly entertaining and pass by quickly.

By All Means Necessary...

Graffiti // Thursday, April 18, 2013
The things graffiti writers do to put their names on something such as risk infection in murky sewer water and mess up a prefect pair of fresh kicks! Rave will do whatever has to be done!

Seb Making Connections

Graffiti // Thursday, April 18, 2013
If connections just about everywhere are what you enjoy in a graffiti piece, Seb’s got his pockets full with plenty of spare change to go around.

Fonse x Erupto

Graffiti // Thursday, April 18, 2013
With catchy names like Fonse and Erupto, combined with saucy styles, it’s hard not to like what’s going on here.

Purge x Hoots

Graffiti // Wednesday, April 17, 2013
With an abundance of abandoned buildings spread across the city of Detroit, there is no shortage in canvases for graffiti writers high and low.

New piece by Sobekcis

Graffiti // Wednesday, April 17, 2013
When we look at pieces painted by Sobkcis, it makes us think about how far spray paint has come and how rich and vibrant the colors are now.

Pear x Shock in Paris

Graffiti // Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Pear, Pear, Pear, is just about everywhere. A few years ago while in Paris, him and Shock made this wall look the way it does. We love that color scheme.

Toper x Spot

Graffiti // Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Topske (Toper) and Spot did what skilled graffiti writers do; painted fresh letters and made them pop with design and color.

Curve x Ronin

Graffiti // Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Wherever this is, it looks like there is a death pit in front of these pieces by Curve and Ronin. 


Graffiti // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
“Intensia” featuring new work from Parisian graffiti writers, Tomek and Saeio, opened last week at Galerie Association D'idées in Marseille, France. Both artists who are well-known in the Paris graffiti scene appeared to have produced a lot of work for this exhibition. On display were several framed abstract works, an assortment of prints, zines, and grey doodling that covered a majority of the gallery walls. The people at Service Au Bar were on hand to document the exhibition and this is what went transpired.