Conie has a shank...

Graffiti // Friday, January 04, 2013
Little Conie straight letter with a cool character in place of the “O”.


Graffiti // Friday, January 04, 2013
A name that appears on boxcars quite frequently is without a doubt Kerse.  

Video: MQ "All Day I Dream About Stickers" Feat. SKAM DUST

Graffiti // Friday, January 04, 2013
Here is a video from a few months back when MQ held a solo exhibition in Tokyo at Last Gallery entitled “All Day I Dream About Stickers.” Featured is Skam Dust breaking down some dance moves and a Tokyo helicopter ride.  

We Bleed Enamel...

Graffiti // Friday, January 04, 2013
Like we said just a few days ago, these two have been laying it down on the boxcars and don’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.

Only girls can judge me...

Graffiti // Thursday, January 03, 2013
Boxed cars, money flying all over, awkward babe, cityscape, stunner glasses, and block letters. New wall by French graffiti and tattoo artist, Fuzi, puts a smile on our face.

My Personal Trainer...

Graffiti // Thursday, January 03, 2013
Naples-based writer, Opium, makes fun graffiti pieces more often than not.

Classic S.F. - Bles, Fokis, and Sope

Graffiti // Thursday, January 03, 2013
It was a much different time for graffiti in San Francisco in the late 90’s. Multicolored straight letters on the street were commonplace and a very lazy buff existed. Classic spot by Bles, Fokis, and Sope, with KR tags hanging out.

Vibes reflection...

Graffiti // Thursday, January 03, 2013
  Sit back and reflect on how well this vibes piece is reflecting.

Provoke Tribute

Graffiti // Thursday, January 03, 2013
During the summer, the Los Angeles graffiti community lost Provoke from Wai. Bowser and Swank painted this solid tribute in his honor.

Considering a Fuct Collaboration, but not so fast...

Graffiti // Wednesday, January 02, 2013
It would seem like a perfect fit, Los Angeles graffiti writer, Fuct, collaborating with the Los Angeles-based clothing brand, Fuct. Right? Although, Fuct's founder, Erik Brunetti, has an interesting point of view that we read in an interview, “Once graff appears in galleries, on clothing and other products, to me, it’s similar to seeing a once proud, wild panther taken from its natural habitat and put in a zoo. It becomes safe and loses its purpose.” There you have it.


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