Kaput

Graffiti // Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Aside from the obvious awesome work of Kaput, there is that strange image of a girl in the middle of the piece. Is that a wheatpaste of a girl or was this photoshopped? Confusing, right? Anyways, this piece is the business. Makes us think of delicious NERDS candy.

Around the World

Graffiti // Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Horfe’s work is constantly evolving, morphing and oozing with style. A new wave of imitators has been emerging, attempting to replicate and failing. This new piece is accompanied with a great multi-armed squid looking character wrapping itself around the world.

2 New Pieces from Opium

Graffiti // Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Opium from the Wild Boys recently painted these two eye-gauging pieces for your viewing pleasure.

Video: MQ Daytime Bombing

Graffiti // Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Watch as graffiti legend, MQ, does some throwups, tags, and general lurking in broad daylight around San Francisco.

Schools Out...

Graffiti // Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Alice Cooper’s famous song “Schools Out” captures the feeling of excitement for summer vacation perfectly. As our favorite lyric goes goes, “Schools been blown to pieces!”  We are asumming this piece by Marmer was painted on an abandoned school, making it all the more appropriate.

Tune

Graffiti // Tuesday, August 07, 2012
New balanced and nicely framed piece from Tune.

Video: WITNES - WEEKEND IN DENVER

Graffiti // Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Los Angeles-based graffiti writer, Witness aka Tyke, recently traveled to Denver where he collaborated with Chicago’s East. The following video shows the two painting their pieces to one of our favorite San Francisco bands Ty Segal.

Simple Pair of Pleasures

Graffiti // Monday, August 06, 2012
Normally graffiti on girls appears tacky and somewhat juvenile, however this pair of legs with a Wais piece stretching across them is an exception. It may have more to do with how this was photographed, perfectly.

Video: Haze x Nike

Graffiti // Monday, August 06, 2012
Haze’s classic signature style is a staple in the graffiti world. His work became widely recognized after creating art for early hip-hop groups such as Public Enemy, Beastie Boys, and EPMD, as well as designing logos for MTV and Tommy Boy Records.  To celebrate Team USA and the thirtieth Olympiad, Haze created a large installation at the Nike Flagship store in New York. Filmed in the artist’s studio, the following video focuses on the artist’s inspiration for the show and the significance of symbols in his work.

Zoerism

Graffiti // Monday, August 06, 2012
Two new Zoer pieces spelling out the word “Relacs.” It is obvious Zoer spends plenty of time at the drawing board sketching away based on these two outlines.

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