Chad Muska Busted for Tagging

Graffiti // Thursday, July 14, 2011
Pro skateboarder, entrepreneur, and DJ, Chad Muska, was arrested last night tagging in Hollywood, Los Angeles.  Muska is being held on $20,000 bail and facing felony vandalism charges.  Unfortunately for him, Muska is not a common graffit name.  If you watch the video, Muska goes off, dropping the N-Word multiple times, never a good look.  As Muska says in the video, “N%$*@s is fake right there, Honkeys is real right here.”  I wonder how all those reporters got there so fast, pro skaters high priority?

Truckin Along

Graffiti // Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Horfe and Saeio keep it movin and mobile.  


Graffiti // Wednesday, July 13, 2011
New Goser piece shining on the scene, what that anime-punk girl’s business is I don’t know.  

Tales From The City

Graffiti // Wednesday, July 13, 2011
  Saturday, July 16, in Oakland, Old Crow Tattoo will be showcasing three talented and uniquely different artists, Jurne, Abno, and Dr.Sex, in a show titled “Tales From The City.”  This night also marks a two-year anniversary for the gallery, with a range of live musical performances from local talent.  


Graffiti // Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Much shows his spectators that he can knock out a mural, just as proper as all those freights.

Made In Taiwan

Graffiti // Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Optimistically speaking, one may say it’s pretty hard to go wrong with this classic color scheme.  Sayme and Optimist put it to good use.

In Graffiti: Rime and Revok in New Zealand

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Auckland-based graffiti writer, Askew, created the following video documenting Revok and Rime’s trip to New Zealand. Was pleased to hear the music of a personal favorite, Little Dragon and Black Keys to close it out.

Hit Man

Graffiti // Tuesday, July 12, 2011
A thousand dots for the background, always a good way to clear out the scrap cans.  Yen 34 punching cats.  

Nasty Jeans

Graffiti // Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Jeans gets bizarre when the night goes orange.  


Graffiti // Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Blade is an important and pivotal figure in the history of graffiti, and isn’t scared to smile for the camera.  


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