MQ @ Last Gallery, Tokyo

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 09, 2011
Continually applying his two-letter throw up in the streets over numerous generations, graffiti writer MQ took some of his work indoors to Last Gallery in Tokyo. Simply titled, MQ Back, the legendary bomber continues his repetitious rampage on metal and various other mediums, accompanied with his own photography.

Two Toned Horfe

Graffiti // Friday, December 09, 2011
It’s getting difficult to keep u with the abundance of work Horfe’s been creating lately.  Two colored burners, game over.

Twist Throwback

Graffiti // Friday, December 09, 2011
Back in 1989, this is what a Twist straight letter with some characters in Psycho city would have looked like.  Still clean and crisp, even 22 years ago.

Sueme Sanitation

Graffiti // Friday, December 09, 2011
This new Sueme burner appears to be pleasantly coexisting with some discarded trash.

Mq Back!

Graffiti // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Continually applying his two-letter throw up in the streets over numerous generations, graffiti writer MQ took some of his work indoors to Last Gallery in Tokyo.  Simply titled, MQ Back, the legendary bomber continues his repetitious rampage on metal and various other mediums, accompanied with his own photography.

Sweet Sluto

Graffiti // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Sweet Sluto needs a protective jacket for the frosty conditions, doing a great job at stripping the paint off.

Rime Making Faces At You

Graffiti // Thursday, December 08, 2011
While Rime in Miami, he exercised his talents in facial gestures and expressions repeatedly across this long wall.  We favor the butt-face over the rest.

Geso Throwback

Graffiti // Thursday, December 08, 2011
An old Geso train recently spotted.  Still holding up well through the drastic weather condition trains endure.

Oz Stray Lieh Ya

Graffiti // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Lush presents an insightful and resourceful interpretation of the land down under, aka Australia, aka Oz Stray Lieh Ya.

MUMIA ABU JAMAL By MEAR

Graffiti // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Back in 1998, Mear One painted this portrait of the controversial accused death row inmate Mumia Abu Jamal.  Today, Prosecutors in Philadelphia announced that they had dropped their attempts to execute Mumia.

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