Kerse btm

Graffiti // Thursday, December 27, 2012
The graffiti community has lost so many young, prolific and dedicated writers over the years. KERSE RIP.

Heat x Maple on old rust KCS boxcar

Graffiti // Thursday, December 27, 2012
TCI crewmembers, Heat and Maple have been cranking out a number of high quality end-2-end freights this year.

Tight grip with a little drip...

Graffiti // Thursday, December 27, 2012
Horfe getting ringed out by this unidentifiable creature with extra long arms.

Merco Train

Graffiti // Thursday, December 27, 2012
The fill-in on this Mecro boxcar looks like marble. As always solid work.

Cony @ Gallery Goldstein

Graffiti // Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Gallery Goldstein in London recently held an exhibition showcasing the work of Paris-based artist, Cony.  Closely associated with Horfe, the PAL crewmember creates loose illustrations reminiscent of old Walt Disney illustrations but with a darker and more contorted look. Included in the show was a toilet paper sculpture resembling a figure vandalizing the gallery walls in feces? Yes, that happened.

Nekst Cutout Tribute in San Francisco

Graffiti // Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Located on one of the busiest streets in San Francisco, letters were cutout in this construction scaffolding paying tribute to NEKST RIP.

Naughty or Nice?

Graffiti // Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Utah and Ether side with the devil during this year’s holiday. You can see  the horned creature accompanying their letters with a child in his bag.

Writing Checks with Nekst

Graffiti // Wednesday, December 26, 2012
A Bajillion dollas won’t make you happy, but livin like yah wanna will! NEKST RIP!

Hert x Atak

Graffiti // Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Letterform specialists Hert and Atak got busy with minimal colors in this untouched circular corner.

Merry Christmas!

Graffiti // Tuesday, December 25, 2012
A Merry Christmas reminder sent from 1985 on a New York subway train. Painted by Lyndah and P Jay. Caught racing along by photographer Martha Cooper.

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