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.
No matter what you see it as, a massive drain for sewage or a potential bmx quarter pipe, it's currently being used as a canvas for Bones and Crap. Wait excuse us, Kid Crap. Amazingly retarded n
A lot of Omens new pieces look as if his letters are lying on a colorful water bed or one of those massive pillows you lay on when going to a hookah spots (we don’t actually know anyone who go
Grey decided he wanted both panels of this boxcar and rocked two different styled pieces. It’s good to see such a quality writer resurrected back in the game.
Mers calls upon a snake charmer to help with his letters on this boxcar. “Visual venom” indeed.
If we have to explain to you why this is so great, than you probably don’t love graffiti as much as the rest of us. Blade, a true OG subway king.
It’s a rolldown takeover by Cony and Skub in Paris. This is fun to look at and works really well with the all black building.
With just few subtle changes, Maple and Hybrid made this Cryo-Trans train into their own personal cozy living room. The fires going, now whip up some hot toddies!
This photograph has nice colors and it feels officially Japanese with the Want tag in there (visit Tokyo and try not to notice Want’s name everywhere).
Deth Kult crewmembers False, Bare and Rate rocked out this excellent production in Brooklyn sharing a common color scheme. Lou Reed tombstone shout out in there!
Last year, one of the most engaging and beautifully designed books to be released hands down was “Sign Painters.” This book created by Faythe Levine and Sam Macon, documents the tra
Lately, each new Kuma that has popped up has had its own unique theme, many adopting human attributes. This one shows Kuma letters underneath a dimly lit light in an already shadowy room.
It’s evident why a lot of Gris1 pieces make us feel motivated to visit our corner store and pick up some candy. They have the applicable color palette, as well as some sort of innocent, playfu