A woman looks into her mind, chasing her ideals on a tightrope. Every imperfect piece of her mind completes herself.
Jen Stark has been making waves (rainbow-colored ones) lately with her drippy, prismacolored aesthetic in pretty much every medium available - watch how her work translates in the moving world with t
'Project Graham' is another fascinating iteration of the unsettling and enlightening lovechild that can be born of art and science. A catalyst for conversation and ultimately an educational tool, "Gr
The Avalanches recently released a psychedelic new music video for the track "Subways" animated by our favorite french artist duo, Mrzyk & Moriceau.
In reference to one of Steel’s favorite bar jokes comes this new hand pulled, limited edition print release. In an edition of 45, each print is numbered, signed, and includes an embossed certi
Certainly an efficient method for making your paint trigger finger sore is to paint a piece like this one from Dems. Excellent effect going on here though, no doubt about it.
The long running Los Angeles-based graffiti crew, CBS still getting their name out there and doing in colorful ways.
So many good things happening with this new Rime piece. It might be “Blowing up” but it’s a “Blow Out” as well.
Big dawgs doing big thangs, on busted walls with bright colors. Beware! Graffiti professionalism is on display here. Do not attempt to duplicate or dub over.
Over the years, Art21 has been putting together a number of insightful pieces with short video interviews from Barry McGee, something the artist has been known to shy away from. In this newest segme
Shark attack on the rails. Climb to top of the box car to be safe. Don’t get bitten by the style.
Dmote did his thing and then some on this wall in North Carolina.
Tonight in Paris, two members of the Pal graffiti crew, Tomek and Saeio, are having an exhibition entitled “Intensia”at Galerie Association D'idées. This short video shows the
Some love it while others down right hate it. Sever’s feeling towards Whole Foods are fairly apparent in this illustration.
If it’s not going to be used for anything useful other than rusting away in an abandoned lot, it might as well serve as a canvas.
If H.R. Giger ever attempted to paint graffiti, we would expect it to look something like this new Ewok piece in North Carolina. So good.