An update with Sever

Graffiti // Monday, January 27, 2014
Atlanta-based artist, Sever, has updated his site with some clever and controversial new work created outside. Sheep SWAG train gave us a good laugh.

Much better than the rest...

Graffiti // Monday, January 27, 2014
If only all boxcars with graffiti on them were up to the standards of Much. Highly potent and effective.

Nemco architecture

Graffiti // Monday, January 27, 2014
Nemco continues to experiment with the idea of his own M.C. Escher style stairs with his name built into the architecture. This time around a basketball makes an appearance apposed to the previous random Rubix Cube.

And another one...

Graffiti // Monday, January 27, 2014
Another solid new burner from the very consistent and talented graffiti writer, Dems.

Erupto 327 on a Sante Fe

Graffiti // Monday, January 27, 2014
What once was a blank brown boxcar carrying who knows what, now serves as a rolling canvas for Erupto. Destination unknown.

Lush's "Mad Fold in Cop + Lush Paints your name" by 1XRUN

Graffiti // Sunday, January 26, 2014
Inspired by the fold pages in the back of MAD magazine, Australia’s controversial graffiti writer, Lush, created his own fold out with the not so subtle image of a cop’s head being separated/blownup. Taking the offense further, Lush included a pigs heads next to the skull. 

Kuma got caught in a blizzard

Graffiti // Saturday, January 25, 2014
We are in the middle of an extra frosty winter and even Kuma’s letters have fallen victim to the blizzardy conditions in New York.

The mello Fellows!

Graffiti // Friday, January 24, 2014
Classic photograph with KR, Sypher and other TMF tags dating back to 1992. We’re partial to the “PIGS: To disturb and disrespect."

Tigers do in fact wear sunglasses in the dark

Graffiti // Friday, January 24, 2014
Tigers do in fact wears sunglasses in the dark and so do grim reapers. Perhaps Fuzi does as well? You know this kind of graffiti is really fun to paint, right? It has to be. 

Jase in 1994

Graffiti // Friday, January 24, 2014
Take it way back to 1994 (it that really 20 years ago now?) in Washington D.C. and Jase was tearing up the yards with pieces like this. Still burns most of the graffiit being painted today.

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