MOM: A Day With SABIO from Eddie Grams on Vimeo.
Straight out of Philadelphia to the world, Sabio has been pushing boundaries & style when it comes to this global movement we call "writing" or "graffiti."
Our friends Anthony Lister and Volcom have teamed up for a special capsule collection, and a little timelapse video of works in progress.
Justin Hager, Tim Lahan, and Friends of Type have created posters for a one night only event of Oasis: Supersonic playing in theaters nationwide.
GQ introduces Kendrick Lamar to Rick Rubin and 50 minutes of magic happens.
Our friends at Victory Journal have produced a brilliant animation short by James Blagden that combines art, sports, storytelling, animation, and the 1986 Mets.
Walter Yetman aka The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye delivers this week’s Los Angeles Scene Report featuring the work of Adze, Erup, Basek, Pael, Paint, Skid, Dewey and more.
The train panel game keeps getting better each time Stoe paints something new. This one is scorching on a big white ARMN.
The “T” to the “A” connect on this new Tars is going places. A classic Canadian writer whose being doing it for a long time now.
Smooth spray operations courtesy of Purge in the foggy city of San Francisco.
Chromes with a pink background on a hopper from Stae and Home rolling around North America.
Intospaces delivers this week’s New York Scene Report featuring work from Zexor, Post, Nemz, Jurne, Lions, Dek, Zed, Cayz, Cozone, and more.
Maybe this guy is Lousy at other aspects of his life, but it’s definitely not the graffiti part of it.
This is one of those cars that you see in your yard and get really excited to paint, but then worry about bringing enough paint because you know that rust is going to suck it all up.
Pant one described this piece as “A quick one,” where for most it would be an all day affair to paint something this good and technical.
German Friday delivers this week’s Detroit Scene Report featuring the work of Kuma, Rian, Repht, Pack, OTR, Hoer and more.
Some new Grey always makes out day! For this round the influential writer got down on a rooftop in New York with Roach matching color schemes.
That’s a big hand for this Egs piece, but somehow it’s ridiculous size works so well looking reminiscent of Subway Art era work.