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.
Kizer gets especially colorful on this piece with some of his signature heads and hands popping out.
Back when Burger Island still existed. Back when pay phones were still commonplace. Back when Reminisce was running everywhere in the streets of San Francisco. Back in the early ‘90s.
When the last time you walking along a line of rail cars and saw something as cool as this? The lines are littered with a fair amount of garbage doodles now, but some gems are hiding out waiting for
Two Bay Area writers who have been around long enough to watch the seasons and tides of graffiti change a number of times.
If you were to walk the streets of Manhattan or Brooklyn today, as in right now, it wouldn’t take long until you spotted an Easy tag in the same signature over and over again. Just look for a
David Lyle is a Japan-born, New York-based painter, who uses a reductive process to create works from vintage found photographs from the ‘50s and ‘60s. The artist re-imagines the photogr
Shock: a sudden or violent disturbance of the mind, emotions, or sensibilities. Could also be a violent blow or impact. Beware, this graffiti may be
Here is a nice combination of writers that includes False, Shank, and Vizie. All three keep their letters fairly simple, but with much added flavor.
What is being exposed under the cloak of this character is the madness and creativity of Horfe.
If candy companies like Skittles, Sweet Tarts, Nerds, Mambas and so on ever have the bad idea of using graffiti to promote their product (Which is highly possible now a days), might we suggest they
On this new spot, all of Karate’s letters are breaking into each other and it looks really cool.
Berlin-based graffiti writer, Nakz is followed around at night as he creeps around in yards and paints some clean trains.