Arctic cabin painted by Horfe

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 13, 2013
    The freshest shed in the entire Arctic region! Hooked up by Parisian graffiti writer, Horfe.

Rime in Nebraska

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 13, 2013
  Rimes on a snowy road trip traveling to all those forgetting towns where the graffiti scenes move a little slower and space is more abundant. These walls were painted in Nebraska, with an excellent wall of tags dedicated to graffiti writers that have passed away. Nace, Sacer, Nekst, Semz and Tie! 

Gris1 x Terez

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 13, 2013
  Black backgrounds are definitely a good recipe for making your piece pop, not that it is needed with the massive amount of bright colors used by Gris1 and Terez on this wall, but it ‘s a bonus.

Pal Crew

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 13, 2013
  This rolldown in Paris was properly hooked up by Pal crew. Mosa and Esso painted this framed black and white piece with “Pal” letters, and a strange character

In good Company...

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 12, 2013
  This more recent KR tag on a trashcan finds itself in good company with positive vibes. A reggae ACAB sticker for a little bonus.

Nekst tagging

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 12, 2013
  Vizie generously shared with the entire Internet this excellent photograph of Nekst getting it in with a monster tag.

Sill shining after all these years...

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 12, 2013
  The photographer Soulroach recently found and photographed some wolderful untouched old gems from great writers like Setup, Rime, Nace, Merz, and Kemos. 

Books upside down and backwards

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 12, 2013
  This upside down and backwards roller by Read More Books is seeing signs of deterioration, but is still holding on strong.  

Weezy does it...

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 12, 2013
  Weezy does it and so can you. Maybe not as many trains and as well as he does, but you can do it! 

Martha Cooper's surprise 70th Birthday wall

Graffiti // Monday, March 11, 2013
  In a surprise 70th birthday celebration, street photographer, Martha Cooper was told a new piece was being painted at the famed Houston wall in Manhattan and upon arrival she was greeted with an unexpected gift. The large letters spelling the photographers nickname “Marty” were created by a number of well-known street and graffiti artists such as Lady Pink, How and Nosm, Bio from Tats Cru, Freedom, Free5, Crash, Daze, Terror 161, Faust, and Aiko. The wall will be up only for a short period of time before it continues on its cycle of change, so go check it out now!


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