Navy 8 Wonder

Graffiti // Tuesday, December 18, 2012
This definitely has the same look as Wonder Bread which was produced by the recently filed for bankruptcy and now permanently closed Hostess Brand. RIP Twinkies as well.

Jick in Miami

Graffiti // Tuesday, December 18, 2012
No need for a hole bunch of “cover up colors”, just some bold aggressive letters on chrome.

Video: NYorkers - Guess

Graffiti // Monday, December 17, 2012
The New Yorkers project aims to document the lives of the unnoticed everyday New Yorker that makes up the diverse population. “We’re not interested in the New Yorkers creating headlines on a daily basis, we’re interested in the everyday New Yorkers who are the heartbeat of the city: the musician, the doorman, the nine-to-fiver, the school teacher, the waitress, the ice sculptor, the taxi driver, etc.” Well, if you are aware of graffiti, you probably have seen the word Guess around town and their newest segment highlights the man behind the tag.

New Amuse Burner

Graffiti // Monday, December 17, 2012
Not discriminating against any color in the paint selection, Amuse got extra colorful on this new piece.

Sneaky Serpent Sawe

Graffiti // Monday, December 17, 2012
This whole wall by Spanish graffiti writer, Sawe, sits very well with us. No complaints here.

SP OnE Letter Collage wall in Miami

Graffiti // Monday, December 17, 2012
We continue to see a number of walls pop up from the recent art related events in Miami, including this brightly colored letter soup from New York-based artist and graffiti writer, Sp One. The artist made nice use of wall space on this piece.

Bulls on Parade...

Graffiti // Monday, December 17, 2012
Nmph and Much combined talents on this freight, with a bull and crew shout out (HM) when their names come together.

Stori on Black...

Graffiti // Monday, December 17, 2012
Stori’s letters are looking real nice on this new piece set to a black background somewhere in Detroit.

Swampy: Under the Bridge

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 17, 2012
We never really want to classify someone like Swampy into “street art” or “graffiti” or anywhere for that matter. He kind of transcends all of them, much like a majority of artists working in the streets these days. In this picture, he’s the guy doing the roller on a sunny day in California under a bridge.

Video: Love and Security

Graffiti // Sunday, December 16, 2012
People do the strangest things, for example, everything that makes up this video. Grown men run around in high security train stations and use extinguishers to hose each other down next to the trains, naked. To top it off, they made their own song to accompany the video! It may be one of the weirdest forms of vandalism we have seen.

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