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.
This is like a Where’s Waldo for graffiti or Sacr. A photo with this much text and color difference would make a great one of those 10,000 piece jigsaw puzzles.
There are some bizarre themes such as “Scar tissue” in this Sluto piece and in a fairly redundant medium that can be refreshing.
One of the hardest hitting bombers on the West Coast during the early 90’s was Gkae. He painted just about everything imaginable, very high up or right in your face. This classic photo of Gkae st
Brick architectural structures cleverly made into lettering courtesy of Jeans. Hi-five!
A common name appearing on trains in the late 90’s and early 2000’s was Kick, often seen with his partner Buds. Here are a few photos of some weathered Kick pieces.
These are actually really simple letters, but they have chainmail and protective armor covering them.
Lewse outdid himself with this massive piece on the tracks in Oakland. Those tracks may have never seen a piece this big in all its years. Round of applause.
Videograff was the original in graffiti documentary videos out of New York City. They featured a number of influential writers in their beginning. This video was on Ket, showing him and his partner
The C/S Project teamed up with tattoo and graffiti artist Mike Giant for this awesome video. In the 6-minute interview, Giant discusses his knowledge of the C/S symbol including memories of seeing ga
Jaber’s characters are easily recognizable to anyone who has been lurking around train tracks or just follows graffiti. They pop up everywhere, but we have never seen a whole car all over print of
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Tracy 168.
Halloween should be once a month for more reasons than I can explain here. The Misfits loved Halloween and so does Spain who painted this tribute. Smashed pumpkin makes for a nice touch