"C’est La Vie" Animated GIF by Insa

Graffiti // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Insa is now the 26th artist to paint the Le Mur XIII billboard that runs alongside the Seine River in Paris, France. The animated GIF took two days to create through both rain and shine, and is composed of eight layers of paint with 72 skulls painted to produce the rotating effect.

Pentagram prophet

Graffiti // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
The style in which this Kamoe is painted makes it look aggressive and frantic. The mark of the beast aka 666 and a pentagram add persuasive support to this sentiment. 

FPONE over the buff

Graffiti // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
This squared FPONE aka Fresh Prince with skulls spot is easy to look at. The yellowed dried weeds assist in the colors popping off the wall even more. 

Aryz paints three fish on a boxtruck

Graffiti // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Barcelona-based muralist and illustrator, Aryz has been taking time away the last month from the massive wall projects his audience is accustomed to seeing and painted this box truck. The talented young artist composed three smoking fish accompanied with assorted of designs all within a frame. 

Navy 8 x Bonus x False

Graffiti // Monday, May 19, 2014
Colorful and stylish rooftop takeover by Navy8, Bonus and False of the Deth Kult crew.

video: MQ painting an MQIZM Straight Letter

Graffiti // Monday, May 19, 2014
Set to a heavy based track,MQ paints an MQIZM straight letter in the grimey streets of the Tenderloin in San Francsico.

Cyborg piece by Baer

Graffiti // Monday, May 19, 2014
Half machine half human. Baer merges human tissues with mechanical elements to spell his name aka letter biomechatronics.

Sofles in Copenhagen

Graffiti // Monday, May 19, 2014
Before going to Tahiti for Ono’u Graffiti Festival, Australian artist, Sofles was in Copenhagen where he painted this mega loose piece that was so hot the wall caught on fire, literally. 

Video: Supe DFW X FMK

Graffiti // Sunday, May 18, 2014
Watch as Supe gets down on what appears to be his own private graffiti playground covered in pieces and throws somewhere in Europe with beats provided by Free The Robots.  

An interview with Este

Graffiti // Saturday, May 17, 2014
If you've driven around LA and pay attention to graffiti then you've probably seen something from Este. He killed Los Angeles for years and last summer decided to leave his hometown and spray his name all around the country. We recently caught up with him and talked about what he's been up to since leaving LA.


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