Monochrome is a series presented by Spray Daily where they ask one writer to paint a wall with just three cans, which is the true test of talent when you can't hide behind all those fancy colors. For
"Run Baby Run" is a 3D printed animation, created 100% in camera, on location, with no green-screen or digital trickery.
We are excited today to premiere the new music video for the track "Mr Mistake" by Nevermen (featuring Mike Patton, Tunde from TV on the Radio and Doseone.) The video features animation work from Sar
They say that once you stop learning you're as good as dead. I tend to believe that it's true.
Utilizing traditional thangka painting techniques and mediums, Rinzin creates contemporary works.
Another new piece from Pref with overlapping words, multiple layers and the blending of letters. This one reads "Real Eyes, Realise, Real Lies.”
Horfe and Kuma paint each other’s names each in their respective and distinct styles.
To many and to us, Slayer is the epitome of metal. Except no substitutes. There have been many great bands in this genre but none come close to the legacy these guys have created through the relentl
Not sure whether Twice and Gear intentionally matched the colors of this passenger train in Amsterdam or if was by coincidence. Ether way, this spot is vicious.
Big throw ups are better than small throw ups and this Resq is definitely not small.
Occasionally from time to time, you see some piece of graffiti and you think, “Dahm, graffiti has come along way, especially the supplies.”
All the proper components for an inefficient and attention getting autorack by Large.
Styles very different, styles very good. Curve and Snoeman paint some goodness where minimal light shines and few roam.
We recognized Score had talents for spraying his name on walls, but this video of a recent trip of his to Rio De Janeiro displays his ability to create an entertaining video that documents his trave
Multiple overlapping words with various layers and blending are the specialty of graffiti writer, Pref. These four new pieces all have different sayings and read, “Mindless Vandalism,” &
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Opium.
The most colorful throw up you are going to see all week, all month, actually, all year. Inspired by Mexican serape blankets painted by Guns in Los Angeles.