Stay Brushin, Stay Flossin

Graffiti // Thursday, May 17, 2012
Whether Cesar had to paint that tooth character because he was painting the side of a dentist’s office or not, we like subtle reminders.  After a recent first visit in 8 years and only $250 being spent, that religious regime or brushing, and flossing paid off.

Curvature Formations

Graffiti // Thursday, May 17, 2012
There is all kinds of trickery going on in this piece by Curve, especially with the fill-in and the 3-d both being black there. Next level.

Omye

Graffiti // Thursday, May 17, 2012
This right here has got some strangeness to it, but it makes all kinds of logical sense.  Weird hazy blue brick background…what?

Navy8 x Gable

Graffiti // Thursday, May 17, 2012
These two got a whole lot of dots going on here.  Reminds me of Alka Seltzer doing its fizzy thing.

Preview: Cope2 "Resilient" @ Dorian Grey, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 17, 2012
NYC graffiti artist Cope2 is set to open a new exhibition, Resilient, at Dorian Grey Gallery in NYC tonight, May 17. The exhibition will feature new, abstract paintings and custom subway signs, with his signature "bubble letters" that we have come to know interwoven in more abstract arrangments.

"Time Flies In Taipei" Preview @ AMPM Gallery

Graffiti // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Taipei is one long jet-lagged flight away from where we rest our head, but if you are on the island of Taiwan this Saturday night there is a good art show to check out.  Graffiti writers, Optimist and Stuey, will be showing new work at the AMPM Gallery in a show entitled Time Flies in Taipei. Optimist sent over a video and some exclusive preview shots of work that will be on display.  Go!

Marc Jacobs > Kidult

Graffiti // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
The fire extinguisher prankster who has been blasting the storefronts of many known high end fashion boutiques in frustration of a culture becoming commercialized, recently decorated the store front of Marc Jacobs with the word “art” in Soho, Ny.  In a crafty retaliation, Marc Jacobs printed the image of the storefront on a t-shirt and is now retailing them for $689, with a “Kidult signed” t-shirt being a little cheaper for the consumer, ouch.

Dasher

Graffiti // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Yes, even you can read it and you mother can read it, and your grandma can read it, and anyone with bad eyesight can read it.  It say D A S H E R and it’s good.

Seb

Graffiti // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
We really enjoy these weird candy-colors Seb is choosing to paint his pieces recently.

Kidult vs. Marc Jacobs...in Graffiti, Twitter, and Mercandise

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Recently, graffiti writer Kidult tagged the front of the Marc Jacobs shop in downtown Manhattan and made it rather public, not only in the physical manifestation of the tag but also by tweeting it and publicizing it across the internet. Well, Marc Jacobs made a rather clever move in response to what could have been seen as an embarrassing incident.

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