Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 22, 2015
In his installation Artificial Killing Machine, Jonathan Fletcher Moore takes a dry statistic—the number of deaths of individuals from drone strikes—and makes it tangible. The mechanical installation uses the public database on United States military drone strikes—information collected and vetted by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism—to feed the sculpture, which is made up of independently firing cap guns.
Graffiti // Wednesday, June 24, 2015
The San Francisco Giants have black lettering with orange outlines on a white jersey, this is the equivalent in graffiti, but there is only one player for team Guns.
Graffiti // Saturday, June 13, 2015
Guns has been giving a fresh coat of paint to some cars on the street giving them that extra appraisal value when you're ready to go down to your local dealership to trade your old car in for a new whip!
Graffiti // Sunday, November 16, 2014
Guns plays a nice tribute to the classic Rambo series with this throwie. Loving that camo background!
Graffiti // Monday, July 28, 2014
Grab a pair of 3D glasses and enjoys Guns illusion of depth in a throwup.
Graffiti // Friday, January 31, 2014
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Guns.
Graffiti // Friday, May 24, 2013
The most colorful throw up you are going to see all week, all month, actually, all year. Inspired by Mexican serape blankets painted by Guns in Los Angeles.
Graffiti // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
You can paint a pretty piece, eh? I’m guessing Guns could care less. This extra long video focusing on Guns solely doing tags and throw-ups is evidence of 100% pure repetitious vandalism. The filmmaker follows him in the day and through the night, roaming the streets of New York and Puerto Rico.
Graffiti // Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Been waiting for someone to get the motivation to pull this off. Gun knocks out a black and white sticker throwup.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Not always the biggest "guns are so cool" type site, but this was in our inbox this morning: David Cerny's Guns installation in Prague from this past summer. The pieces are suspended by wires in the courtyard of the Artbanka Museum of Young Art, and the fact that the guns are all inevitably aimed at each other is a good touch by Cerny.