FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: NAVY8

Graffiti // Friday, October 05, 2012
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Navy 8.

Veks & Puzl 95

Graffiti // Friday, October 05, 2012
Here is a classic throwback of two underrated writers, Veks and Puzle, somewhere in Seattle in 1995.

Trackside Horfe

Graffiti // Friday, October 05, 2012
Another day, another Horfe. This being an older one, but so so good.

Roids x SatOne

Graffiti // Friday, October 05, 2012
Roids and SatOne did something right here. The two artists combined abstract shapes using overlaying techniques and the final product is super!

Books

Graffiti // Friday, October 05, 2012
Read More Books backwards upside down roller hanging on high above the streets.

Video: "The Nasty" Terrible T-Kid 170

Graffiti // Thursday, October 04, 2012
In 1977, T-kid began painting graffiti in the streets of South Bronx, creating his own reputation within the graffiti and hip-hop communities, eventually becoming a source of inspiration for younger emerging artists.  A film has been created documenting 3 decades of T-kids life and a Kickstarter has been made to help its release.  The film also features interviews and stories from graffiti writers Ces, Med, Riff170, Ivory TN7, Cope 2 The Goldie, Henry Chalfant, and more.

Chicago's Amuse is Busy

Graffiti // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Amuse has been generating a significant amount of quality graffiti in Chicago over the last year. New pieces look great.

I'm Seeing Red....

Graffiti // Thursday, October 04, 2012
There has been a lot of red in Horfe’s newer street work, a very menacing red. Here are two new spots, one with Wanda.

Maple

Graffiti // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Quality letters, good fill-in, cool character, silly background, all and all worth a look.

Video: BNE introduces the work of Pak Nur

Graffiti // Wednesday, October 03, 2012
After abandoning his old life as a thug, soldier, doing police work, and even being incarcerated, Pak Nur became a self-taught public artist who made his home on the streets. As graffiti writer turned non-profit organizer, BNE states, “ While in Indonesia doing our first water project, I met a middle aged homeless artist named Pak Nur who uses his art to spread messages about corrupt politics and other social ills."

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