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.
Occasionally a diss will bring more attention to a piece than it would have gotten on it’s own. Not to say Moses doesn’t tear up the clean trains in Europe and this piece isn’t fresh without it
Kuma enjoys drawing and more apparently Kuma likes to take those drawing and spread them all over the cities streets for others to see.
At the end of day, many believe if don’t have the handstyle than your just not that good and Skert is known for some serious flow.
Erupto 327 is that graffiti writer that everyone seems to like and it’s based on consistency and quality.
The Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs recently commissioned a number of artists to paint murals in and around South Broad Street in Atlanta. This is Sever’s awesome contribution, making the most o
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.
Sobeckis has been keeping very busy in the painting graffiti in the streets department. Here are some recent trackside, streetside and even clean train pieces from the artist.
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.