After weeks of speculation, Radiohead release "Burn the Witch" to some amazing stop-motion visuals and some things burning.
Monochrome continues their series where they give a writer 3 cans to paint a piece. In this episode the twins from Belgrade, Serbia, Sobekcis knocks out a piece on an abandoned building.
Singapore has become known worldwide for implementing corporal punishment and harsh prison sentences for vandalism, consequences which have effectively deterred many graffiti tourists.
Aware, Pemex, and friends get in some bombing on the streets of Mexico City.
Curve gets up during the day time on some rooftops in New York City with some classic New York in the 70’s footage thrown in the mix.
Utah and Ether team up with Berst from New Zealand to beatify this old stonewall some bright colors and quality letters.
Coming up on 20 years since Smith painted this Happy New Years 1993 bubble letter piece.
Dipping down the freeway at 75 mph, blasting music, talking on your cell phone, and there is still no way your gonna miss a spot like this.
This classic Risk piece was painted at the legendary Venice Beach pit in 1989! This was a great place to skateboard, go to live music shows (sometimes raves), buy illegal substances, get jacked, and
Back in 1993, King 157 was painting some good pieces with smooooth fades. Almost 20 years old now.
Dmote newest piece is a banger, a very different type of lettering than we accustomed to seeing and great color choices.
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Dream.
In the newest installment of LRG’s Artist's Driven series, Vizie, paints under a lit spot in the night, with a number of images being projected on the wall. Watch as Vizie creates letters from of a
Wyse has been busy in the yard knocking out a number of large D30 pieces that won’t be difficult to read when passing by.
This may explain why we have been seeing King 157 plastered on trains for the last 15 years. Daytime wholecar spots? Consider yourself lucky.
Sometimes the name doesn’t fit the product if you what I mean.