Amuse126 and Merlot take full advantage of the blizzard that hit NYC a few weeks back by bombing all over Manhattan.
As part of Converse's Blank Canvas project, our good friend and former Juxtapoz cover artist Andrew Schoultz painted this beautiful mural in Los Angeles.
Purportedly sent from a spacecraft at the outer reaches of our galaxy, this footage has created an international controversy, evoking strong opinions from experts in many fields. Rooted in this sourc
Stuart Bowen’s stop motion animation was created with artists’ articulated mannequins.
Neptune's film and photography series exposes the mythos of the strong black woman.
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. This week Ray Mock aka CarnageNYC delivers a special Scene Repor
Today we check in on what Pantone has been up to in the spray department. The artist who was featured in our September printed issue was recently in Australia where he dropped several mega burners i
It’s kinda crazy to think that this piece by Bles painted in San Francisco is 22 years old now aka only 3 years short of a quarter century. That’s probably the age of the majority of act
Instead of lying their stuff all over the ground to claim there spot for some overnight urban camping, these two wrote their names on the wall for the most official reservation of all.
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. German Friday delivers this week’s Detroit Scene
In the snow and in between the third rails, Shock goes in on a clean train.
Crystal Wagner has a new exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art Called "Surface Tension," with a huge installation that is magnificently flooding the museum.
Yesterday we posted a place that Twigs painted for Steel and right next to that Steel painted this heater for Twigs. Seems like appropriate reciprocation, right?
See with graffiti, writers can make anything in the public turn into a collaboration. Here Berg did what we will call a “forced collaboration.”
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. Gordon Gekkoh delivers this week’s Bay Area Scene Report.
When someone else paints your name you get to see new possibilities in how your lettering works. In this case, Twigs showed Steel that his name looks awesome in a tiger stripe style
Aside from putting major work in on the streets of New York and surrounding area, False can also drop a piece.
After a little rain, this Hso or Hueso truck is poppin’ colors even more.