Created by Divided Films, Mni Wiconi features water protectors from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and allies trying to stop the 1,100-mile Dakota Access Pipeline - DAPL.
Studio Smack have released a new animation: a contemporary interpretation of one of the most famous paintings by the Early Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights.
Ten years ago the founder of Waxploitation, Jeff Antebi, had an idea to ask his favorite music artists and favorite contemporary painters to come together and collaborate on original children’s sto
This beautiful video takes a tender look at one soul’s attempt to bargain with death before finally succumbing.
Betting, boxing, and boozing: this is the weird, true story of the time Norman Mailer confronted James Toback to argue about the difference between bourbon and scotch, setting off a years-long rivalr
Freight king, Ichabod has many whole cars. This is one of the best of them we have seen.
This is a visual interpretation of how our weekend felt, shredding and thrashing on all cylinders. Is it Friday yet?
It's a smart plan to position your graffiti on another building so when another in front of it gets torn down your sitting in a prime location. Not sure if that was the case here, but Hert and Atak h
The Real Time Web Series is a video project that showcases past and present graffiti writers from New Zealand.
Today we check out the work of Switzerland-born graffiti writer, Tones, who paints super detailed pieces around the globe.
Walter Yetman aka The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye delivers this week’s Los Angeles Scene Report featuring the work of AL, OTR, Celos, Dewey, Lokus, Provoke, Tase, Asloe, Delae and more.
Pepe’s color scheme on this LRS is an uncommon one, but it works because he’s a licensed and professional train painter.
Some people get spots and then some people get SPOTS! We love seeing Jetske getting never before hits walls around New York.
The Oakland streets are hot when the oozy from Tase goes pop pop! 5 times the fun with 1 gun.
Intospaces delivers this week’s New York Scene Report featuring work from Atomik, Klops, Noxer, Enote, Rambo, Chune, Reup, Tober, Shelt and more.