Custom Swiss Army Knife from Mers

Graffiti // Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Mers always creates something completely different with each train. This one being the artist’s own version of a swiss army knife that spells his name.

Strolling by...

Graffiti // Tuesday, January 22, 2013
    With every new day, Horfe adds a little more to his already staggering amount of graffiti in the streets.

A Room by Sobekcis

Graffiti // Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Sobekcis dosed this room with an assortment bright multicolored shapes and designs. Highly conducive to all things psychedelic!

Nekst Tribute production by Steel, Dmote, and Vizie

Graffiti // Monday, January 21, 2013
In honor of Nekst, these 3 top-notch tribute pieces were painted on a replica subway car. From left to right:  Steel, Dmote, and Vizie.

The Pilsbury Bomber

Graffiti // Monday, January 21, 2013
Noway’s train pieces exist in another spectrum of a far away galaxy where light leaks and lightning occur every other minute. In this well-lit alternative reality, the Pilsbury Dough Boy even gets out once in a while to paint, dressing in his not so inconspicuous and police attention grabbing white uniform. This place is scary, very scary. Don’t go!

With Love from Los Angeles...

Graffiti // Monday, January 21, 2013
Here is someone we haven’t seen new work from in a while and it’s a shame! Ruets pays tribute to Nekst with this great piece.

The Bridge Ain't Over!

Graffiti // Monday, January 21, 2013
This skeleton character with a smoking shotgun declares, “The Bridge ain’t over!” Master and Stae make the most of this buffed spot.

Setup roof

Graffiti // Monday, January 21, 2013
Setup always seemed to paint great spots that nobody else had gotten. High above the buffers reach.

A book and a skull...

Street Art // Sunday, January 20, 2013
This girl does an excellent job at showing the size of this book and skull by the often mysterious aritst, Read More.

Two new Horfe Pieces

Graffiti // Sunday, January 20, 2013
Two framed, two-color pieces courtesy of one our favorite artist creating work in the streets, Horfe. They are small surreal worlds, containing letters and abnormal mechanical devices that often spray liquid.

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