WAIS @ Roskilde Festival, Denmark

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 02, 2012
Russia-based graffiti writer, Wais, painted these three exceptional pieces for the Roskilde Festival in Denmark.

Simmering Hatred

Graffiti // Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Heavy Metal crew production in full effect with Uzi spraying leprechauns and macho construction men. Excellent work.


Graffiti // Wednesday, August 01, 2012
A common occurrence for someone who frequents train yards is to see the name “Mecro” in big bold letters, always very clean, looking similar to the following. No troubles reading this passing by at 60mph.

Pimp My Building

Graffiti // Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Whoever owns this building in Chicago chose a quality cast of artists informally trained in the art of decorating exteriors. The buildings first paint additions started with the Skewville roller and the Roa characters. Now, the building has been officially pimped and covered with additional work from Reyes, Pose, Omens, and Amuse.

Kaaaa Putttt

Graffiti // Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Not too much, but the letters are oh so funky. An ill color scheme that matches the wall and everything is just about right. In the piecing department of graffiti, we couldn’t ask for much more.  Kaput has the touch.

New Lush Walls

Street Art // Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Satan’s threats and demands on one wall, AK-47 totting dolphins and bazooka wielding dinosaurs on another. Duel guns in the mouth? Lush has been busy, very busy, painting all things offensive and borderline retarded. And we like it.

Seb in Paris

Graffiti // Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Seb’s summer has consisted of emptying cans of spray paint on the walls of Paris, in a variety of popping colors and with some very connected letters.


Graffiti // Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Graffiti names like Karate are the kind you like to hear and say and see. The name is rad, the letters are cool looking, and if the person using the name has talent, well, it’s a win-win.

Art Work Rebels

Graffiti // Tuesday, July 31, 2012
It’s not common to see an old Gkae (this one being from 1995) with fill-in designs; he was pre-occupied with smashing everything in site to be spending time on decorative extras, including this clean train.

Silent Signal

Graffiti // Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Much of Zoer’s newest work is of a different league. It has that graffiti structure, is still painted with spray paint, but is not based in lettering so much. The artist obviously has a strong interest in vehicular transportation and can paint the subject well on walls. Are you seeing this?  It is good, really good.


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