No Bad Days...

Graffiti // Monday, December 31, 2012
We can’t keep up with the enormous amount of tributes being painted in honor of Nekst right now, but this one by Steel in San Francisco stood out.

Roids drops another banger...

Graffiti // Monday, December 31, 2012
In the piecing department, Roids dropped some of the most memorable this year. This recent one to finish 2012 off reinforces that statement.

Dirty Thirty Train Paint Krew

Graffiti // Monday, December 31, 2012
The words “Dirty Thirty Train Paint Krew” are appropriately painted on a small wall next to a set of train tracks.

Zoerism Font

Graffiti // Monday, December 31, 2012
Nice use of space by Zoer on this decrepit building. Looks like a graphic design logo created using illustrator. Cleannn.

2 more to close out the year...

Graffiti // Monday, December 31, 2012
In 2012, Horfe painted feverously all over the globe with some of the most unique styles in the game. If there were nominees for MVP’s, his name would be on that list.

Heat x Maple powered by lightning

Graffiti // Sunday, December 30, 2012
When you see recent freights painted by Maple and Heat you realize that there is an extra effort being put in to each one, making them standout amidst all the others.  We like that there is even some photoshopping going on in the background to fit the theme. Ride the lightning!

Video: Nekst & Abels on ABC13 news in 2009

Graffiti // Saturday, December 29, 2012
“And Nekst apparently lives out of town and took some time out while visiting family for the holidays” reports Abc13 news. NEKST RIP.


Graffiti // Friday, December 28, 2012
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Wane.

Nekst Clean Train Tribute

Graffiti // Friday, December 28, 2012
The Nekst tributes continue with writers even getting some big work done on clean trains. Nicely done.

Horfe Christmas Creatures...

Graffiti // Friday, December 28, 2012
This chaotic mess of distorted creatures and disguised letters was conceived by non other than Horfe.


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