Kuma x False x 2

Graffiti // Monday, July 23, 2012
Kuma and False get some scaffolding love and then knock out some fire extinguisher outlines above for bonus points.

Officer Appreciation Day

Graffiti // Monday, July 23, 2012
Imagine if in a combined and tactical effort every graffiti writer across the country dedicated an entire night to writing “Fuck Pigs” instead of their own name? It could be similar to “Go Skateboarding Day.” This may be one of the only sentiments that all graffiti writers could agree on.

Dmote

Graffiti // Monday, July 23, 2012
Dmote has been tearing it up with his newest pieces; they have a very classic graffiti look to them. “Graffiti for graffiti writers.”

Mecro x 2

Graffiti // Sunday, July 22, 2012
I would say that is a pretty good job at replicating the same straight letter twice, right? That is not as easy as it looks. Mecro two times for your head.

Rime x Dceve x Tope Roof

Graffiti // Saturday, July 21, 2012
Somebody’s gotta come and clean up these New York roofs covered in little turd throwups and chicken scratch doodles with some quality work. A fine example would be the following photograph. See how graffiti can bring life and energy into a bleak location.

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: OZIE

Graffiti // Friday, July 20, 2012
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Ozie.

Hindue

Graffiti // Friday, July 20, 2012
This thing looks like it was colored in on photoshop, but that would just be silly. Hindue with more and more freights, most likely more than you.  

Saber's "Beautification" @ Known Gallery Preview Photos

Graffiti // Friday, July 20, 2012
Featured in our May 2012 printed issue, legendary Los Angeles graffiti writer and close friend of Juxtapoz, Saber, is just a week away from his newest exhibition “Beautification” opening at Known Gallery.  Here are few teaser photographs of some of the work that will be shown in the exhibition.

Sofles x Storm

Graffiti // Friday, July 20, 2012
Sofles and Strom setting the wall on fire with their legible fonts for easy readability.

Video: Classic footage of Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant

Graffiti // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Classic video footage recently emerged documenting photographers, Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant, during the time they were documenting the subway graffiti scene in New York. The narrator and his slang explanations are worth a laugh. As the narrator states, “Putting spray paint on a subway car is illegal and masterpieces do not “light up the line” for long.  They will be “buffed off” by the transit authority or “ragged” written over by other graffiti writers.”

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