Wisconsin Central Hicky

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Would you like some more bubbles with your letters Sir? Hicky hooks up a rusted old Wisconsin Central right.

Six-legged Twigs

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
A long exposure reveals that Twigs is a mutant with six legs and possess otherworldly powers with a spray can.

Crispy Crispo

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
This Crispo aka Pre is a rare catch these days, but definitely not 15 years ago. Classic freight train graffiti writer right here.

Baer BTR

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Baer consistently continues to produce one great piece after another, this one having more sharp edges than normal and a skull moon.

Video: Stations of the elevated at BAM

Graffiti // Monday, March 16, 2015
BAM in Brooklyn will be showing the classic film Stations of the Elevated by Manfred Kirchheimer on March 24, 2015 and if you haven't seen this subway graffiti masterpiece we highly suggest you go. Shot on 16mm and released in 1981, Kirchheimer’s 45-minute film is a unique piece of abstract documentation of the early subway spray days and New York culture. 

New Ket piece

Graffiti // Monday, March 16, 2015
Paying homage to those who paved the path, Ket says, “Peace to writers like Phase2, Checker 170 and King2 who rocked this style way back in 1974 and inspired this piece.” The ‘ol curls and old school funk recipe put to good use by Ket.

Enueism on a UP

Graffiti // Monday, March 16, 2015
Here is a perfect example on how to do a justice and not add to the rest of the garbage that is painted all to often on them.

Klops x Diego

Graffiti // Monday, March 16, 2015
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure or in this case one man’s trash is another man’s canvas.

Celebrating the Worldwide Residents Along the Arctic Circle

Photography // Monday, March 16, 2015
In his series “Life On The Line”, London-based photographer Cristian Barnett traveled to the Arctic Circle thirteen times over the course of eight years to document and celebrate the diversity and culture of the people who choose to make the remote and frigid area their home. 

"Assembly" by Osamu Yokonami

Photography // Monday, March 16, 2015
In his latest series, Assembly, photographer Osamu Yokonami comments on personal identity within a social group. Over the course of many seasons, Yokonami depicts uniformed girls acting in unison, set against the vastness of nature. With this he achieves a simplicity that allows the individual girls to disappear, and the expressiveness of the group to come forward. 

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