Tea company Taylors of Harrogate has built a luxurious experience for bees, a literal resort, for, um, luxurious pollination.
Ruscha drives down roads and past buildings that he has tirelessly documented during his storied career.
Futura showcases his iconic 'Skyfall" style in NYC for the latest installment in the Converse Blank Canvas series.
PROCESS—the unplanned, unexpected, the collected in a corner, saved in a stack, the leftovers, the beauty, the magic in the scraps. Process is motion.
Featured in the pages of Juxtapoz and at Takashi Murakami's Hidari Zingaro Gallery in Tokyo, we take a look at the great live drawing performances of Kim Jung Gi.
Hindue has been slaying the North American railroad system with top notch panels like this, making him a standout amongst the barrage of mediocre sprays.
Hour and Steel layed down some chunky letters on this abandoned building in San Francisco.
In this new video by Master Footage, Hert casually strolls around wearing a suit by Bureau Made and does some illegal graffiti around the streets of New York. Cinematic and dramatic, it’s defi
In New Orleans, Read and Atak remind the buffers that they will never really win.
Silver and red is all this man needs to bring the house down in S.F.. Great seeing new Erupto stuff pop up.
As far as train panels go, this Hindue takes the cake. No matter what line this gets stuck on you know it’s going to be the most memorable.
Sufer and Anice just got that spot that is going to be impossible for you to ignore.
The new candy colored Kaput is packed to the gills with straight funk fire and flavor.
This one of the coolest Wyse’s we have seen. So simple and clean. Free the man!
In 2015 I will stop tagging! It's now 3 weeks into the new year. Do you think this person stuck with their resolution? We somehow doubt it!
Haeler shows off his tagging skills in this video by writing his name over and over in different styles while also hitting up all the crews he represents. Remember kids it's all about repetition
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. Walter Yetman aka The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye delivers thi