Monochrome continues their series where they give a writer 3 cans to paint a piece. In this episode the twins from Belgrade, Serbia, Sobekcis knocks out a piece on an abandoned building.
Singapore has become known worldwide for implementing corporal punishment and harsh prison sentences for vandalism, consequences which have effectively deterred many graffiti tourists.
Aware, Pemex, and friends get in some bombing on the streets of Mexico City.
Curve gets up during the day time on some rooftops in New York City with some classic New York in the 70’s footage thrown in the mix.
The capitol city of Kuala Lumpur is one of Asia's biggest transit hubs and home of the only metro system in Malaysia. As of 2004 the metro lines, which originally operated as separate companies, merg
We stopped by the opening of Lawrence Weiner’s latest exhibition at Regen Projects this past weekend. The show featured new works in language and works on paper amd is Weiner's seventh solo exhibit
This past weekend we attended the private party and viewing of works by RISK at a beautiful private home in Los Angeles. “Old Habits Die Hard” consisted of large body of work, several paintings,
In his June 2011 Juxtapoz feature, James Franco admits to being drawn to stories about teenagers, with “Everything being heightened in that world.” There is definitelya very heightened, almost t
We stopped by the opening reception for Barry McGee’s latest solo exhibition at Prism Gallery in Los Angeles this past weekend. The exhibition featured a new series of drawings, paintings, prints,
This past Wednesday, we attended the launch party for Ron English and Chris Brown’s collaboration, a new toy series, “Dum English.” Fresh off the heels of English (featured in the May 2012 Pub
We stopped by the opening reception for Stanley Donwood’s latest solo exhibition, “Lost Angeles” at Subliminal Projects this past weekend. Lost Angeles will feature a new body of work where Do
Last week we attend the opening of “Gig” a group exhibition of gig posters based on the artists ideal fantasy gig for musicians through out the history of Warner Bros. Records. The exhibition w
We stopped by the opening reception for Twenty an exhibition of photographs celebrating the twentieth anniversary of Half Cab at New Image Art in Los Angeles. Curated by Lance Dawes, the iconic imag
We stopped by the opening reception for Tobias Keene’s solo exhibition, Black is the Beauty of the Brightest Day at LeBasse Projects. In his first major gallery show in 6 years and first solo exhib
In anticipation for his newest solo show, Cloud Theory, we stopped by Greg "Craola" Simkins' southern California studio for a sneak peek at what he’s been working on for his exhibition at Merry Ka
We stopped by the opening reception of legendary artist Kenny Scharf’s latest solo exhibition, Hodgepodge at Honor Fraser Gallery this past weekend. For this exhibition, Scharf has created severa
We stopped by Regen Projects to check out Elizabeth Peyton’s latest solo exhibition. For her sixth show with the gallery, Peyton's work has included portraits of artists, musicians, historical fi