Carolyn Drake's "Wild Pigeon"

Photography // Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Carolyn Drake's latest photographic book, Wild Pigeon is a collection of photographs compiled from her work on the Uyghurs in Xinjang, China. "Traveling through China’s far western province with a box of prints, a pair of scissors, a container of glue, colored pencils, and a sketchbook, I asked willing collaborators to draw on, reassemble, and use their own tools on my photographs of the region."

A snowy river

Graffiti // Tuesday, November 18, 2014
The combination of a white wall and a fresh blanket of snow create a perfect blank canvas for River’s piece to mega pop off.

Begr At Large

Graffiti // Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Super solid burner all around, with an exceptionally awesome combination of colors by Begr in Sea-town. 

Bandit truckin

Graffiti // Tuesday, November 18, 2014
This what raw street graffiti looks like and it isn’t pretty for the majority of the population who don’t have the acquired taste or eye for it, but we love it.

Abno x Horfe x Hour

Graffiti // Monday, November 17, 2014
Depending on how fast the train is going by these you might have a hard time reading them, but you will know no matter what that something serious was painted there. Abno, Horfe and Hour color match and bring the funk.

Skrew x Wyse are to blame

Graffiti // Monday, November 17, 2014
Skrew and Wyse are to blame for all the fender benders on this portion of the freeway and for all the best graffiti on this portion of the freeway.


Graffiti // Monday, November 17, 2014
This is a public service announcement brought to you in the form of an end-2-end by Mr. Mackey and Towelie from South Park. Drug is bad Mmm

Dvate SDM

Graffiti // Monday, November 17, 2014
Dvate from Melbourne made some great connections and flow on this piece.

False x Curve

Graffiti // Monday, November 17, 2014
One of the most enjoyable places to paint graffiti is where you can also break windows and be destructive in even more ways. We are speaking of abandoned buildings obviously.

Yang Seung-woo's "Best of Days"

Photography // Friday, November 14, 2014
“The Best Days” is a project by Korean born photographer Yang Seung Woo that was predominantly finished in 2006 with the publishing of a book in 2012. Living in Japan for the past 17 years, Seung Woo would frequently take trips back to his homeland in South Korea where he would document his childhood friends, many who were part of the Korean Yakuza gang.


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