Graffiti // Thursday, March 22, 2012
Colors = ? Letters = ? Character = ? Everything involving this piece = ?

Sticker Trickery

Graffiti // Thursday, March 22, 2012
Yeah, it’s actually a public service what your doing here.  We thank you.  No more profanity please!

Baer Roof

Graffiti // Thursday, March 22, 2012
There is a whole lot going on above your office that you don’t even now about.  What a surprise to go on your roof and stumble across this.  Hopefully it would get a pass based solely on effort and labor.

Ether & Utah

Graffiti // Thursday, March 22, 2012
This duo has been ever so busy with spraying their name on just about everything in Asia right now.  Ether and Utah double trouble.

Yep, Pretty Much.

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 21, 2012
If I had a kid I would invite Baer to paint something similar to this in my child’s room, minus the whole bong hits and lady legs.  In our opinion, Baer is currently producing some of the most interesting work on freights.

Clout Interviews Tred

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 21, 2012
  There’s no denying that BTM crew puts their time in vandalism department and have created quite the reputation.   Names like Adek, Kerse, Lewy, Katsu, Gusto, and more are well known among graffiti writers, as well as business owners.   Tred has been active in the scene for over two decades and remains on of the leaders of BTM.  Clout caught up with the Seattle-based writer for some questions.

Mkue Moppin

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 21, 2012
This marker is a beast.  Mkue’s been doodling his name on the streets with some serious mops recently.

New Gris Piece

Graffiti // Wednesday, March 21, 2012
New Gris piece worth looking at a couple times over.  Nice effects and color choices.


Graffiti // Wednesday, March 21, 2012
We will start off the day with some fundamentally traditional graffiti with all kinds of style from Zine.

Mad vs Cancer

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 20, 2012
  Graffiti writer and co-founder of the Philadelphia-based magazine The Infamous, MAD One, was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer.  He is a self-employed artist with no insurance or workman’s compensation and has an already hefty medical bill of a quarter-million dollars.  So, here’s where you can help out a fellow artist by contributing art or monetary donations.  Read more to find out how.