The life of a graffiti writer is a hectic life. Luckily there are moments like OG Slick’s Black Book Sessions that allow friends and respected acquaintances to get together to do what they love mos
On Friday, August 5 at 7PM, our good friend, hip-hop artist and contributor Aesop Rock will curate a special playlist for "Juxtapoz x Superflat" for your listening pleasure and art viewing companions
The video was shot using an obsolete television camera and processed with a video synthesizer and a reconfigured broadcast mixer to create a realm outside of this dimension...
For those of you who don't know, we find MF Doom to be incredible, and all the art direction and album covers around him to be some of the best in music. This video fits the bill.
Join an adorable six-year-old host on a journey to discover monumental public artworks throughout San Francisco.
Today we catch up on what Fonse has been up to in the spray arena of things.
This round goes to River and Much, as they once again paint something with more worth than a bunch of sloppy beige buff squares.
Those are some abnormally large and disproportioned hands you have there Kuma.
That little friendly faced character along with the poppy colors makes this train much more inviting to your average person.
The most turnt up, fast paced train painting video you are going to see this Monday is right here. Tead getting it in on an active line.
Augor is back out pounding the pavement of the Los Angeles streets. This new spot with Aires is on the small slanted roof of the Burger Palace.
If there were ever a photo on what near perfect straight letters should look like, this Erupto would surely be a top contender.
A two-color Horfe and the ink sprayers are on full blast about to soak all in their path. Need some garbage with your graffiti? Plenty here to rummage and swim through.
The graffiti writer, Roach, received a “someone else painted my name” gift from Sydney-based artist, Scottie Marsh, and it’s one to be stoked on.
While you were cuddled up warmly in your onesie, eating cookies and watching T.V, Guess was out in the snowy streets doing what graffiti writers do.
Here’s a throwback Pysa spot from when he was putting out some interesting work in the streets on Los Angeles.
Is not all outdoor space available to vandals? It’s all for the taking really. Wonder if anyone called this number and inquired about the space?