Graffiti // Friday, January 25, 2013
New York-based Graffiti writers, Mint and Serf, have produced a black and white newspaper highlighting various photographs and writing from events that transpired from the Hurricane Sandy Blackout last year. The publication presents work from several artists including Craig Wetherby, Faust, Grotesk, Ben Pier, and more. They are throwing a release party tonight at Procell in the Lower East side of New York from 7-10 p.m. Go!
Graffiti // Thursday, January 24, 2013
The New York Art Department’s newest installment features Jim Joe, well maybe it’s him. Gavin McInnes seems rather confused by who he is exactly sitting down and speaking with here.
Graffiti // Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The exceptionally talented and conceptual muralist, Escif, appropriately titled this mural of equestrian horse jumping “Austerity.” “Show jumping is a discipline which is a timed event judged on the ability of the horse and rider to jump over a series of obstacles. This discipline is one of the most popular sports and equestrian riders most used today, and is the most modern specialty equestrian sport that has come to turn the classic sport of riding in a spectator sport” says Escif relating to this particular piece.