We're excited to bring you episode two of Meyhem Lauren's Got the Fever TV, featuring Jakee!
A thrilling documentary on the life and work of the groundbreaking photographer and filmmaker, Robert Frank; from his seminal book of photography, "The Americans," to his revolutionary films with The
Over the last two weeks we have been featuring the videos series Probation Vacation: Lost In Asia by Utah and Ether, which follows the expat graffiti adventurers through the subway systems of 11 coun
Watch Alex Pardee make a ghost as he prepares for his upcoming show "The Astralnauts" with Matt Ritchie, opening June 10th at Gallery 1988:West in Los Angeles.
Artist Zaria Forman, who was featured in the January, 2016 issue of the magazine, recently gave a TED Talk, discussing the meditative process of artistic creation and the motivations behind her work.
Today we dedicate all of our graffiti posts to the various artists paying tribute to Nekst. We are sure there will be many, many more, as Nekst has had a large impact on the graffiti community. These
Without a doubt, one of the hardest hitting, in-your-face, raw graffiti writers in the game. Here are 100 photos documenting the work of this prolific artist. Our thoughts and condolences to friends,
In 1993, if you saw this in person (which was the only way to see graffiti then) your jaw would have dropped to the floor. This was a very progressive style for that time period from Sento Tfp.
This was a golden era in San Diego when the yards were filled with top-notch graffiti from all over. Bles and Phable has a lot of great work in these yards.Beautiful graffiti even by today’s standa
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on High.
Rime did this trackside spot justice with simple lettering, a girl spraying character, and those slick silhouettes he’s been painting in all his new work.
A sentiment that sticks with some graffiti writers forever. “Toys Must Die” by Mkue.
We were reading somewhere recently where the writer was comparing Horfe to a modern day R.Crumb. It makes sense, but we see more Walt Disney mixed with Dr.Seuss than anything.
LRG continues its Artist Driven series this time documenting a collaborative wall between artists, Craola, Tyke Witnes, Dabs, and Myla, at Art Basel in Miami this year.
This tunnel once served as a massive graffiti gallery showcasing the talents of writers from around the world, until a half-buff of stimulating grey made it’s way on the walls for yet another examp
Dems has been dropping some serious mega-burners the last couple weeks. Great colors on this one in particular.