Directed by @love.watts and animated by FrankNitty3000, the video takes face-swapping to ridiculously absurd (and thoroughly GIF-able) new heights.
Seattle artist, Ten Hundred, Paints a giant portrait in the bottom of a swimming pool on Vashon Island near Seattle WA.
Straight out of Philadelphia to the world, Sabio has been pushing boundaries & style when it comes to this global movement we call "writing" or "graffiti."
Our friends Anthony Lister and Volcom have teamed up for a special capsule collection, and a little timelapse video of works in progress.
Justin Hager, Tim Lahan, and Friends of Type have created posters for a one night only event of Oasis: Supersonic playing in theaters nationwide.
Silwex House in association with Galleries Goldstein presents a new group exhibition entitled “Old Boot - Further Adventures in Comic Abstraction.” The exhibit will feature work from Hor
Do you enjoy listening to classical music while looking at graffiti or Gucci Mane? We prefer both as does Pear with some Ghostface Killa, 2 Chainz, and Abner Jay sprinkled in. Follow Pear and friend
Horfe and Cony squeezing themselves into the heavily advertised Tokyo landscape high above.
It seems like it’s taken a while, but people are catching on to the talents that Horfe possess and his diligent work ethic. In this new video created by Hypebeast, the artist speaks on his arr
Horfe’s has been taking everything, everywhere and crushing the hell out of it. This dude is on a warpath of graffiti weirdness.
This morning we take a look at a selection of color pen drawings from Horfe’s “Imaginarium” exhibition at Topsafe London that is fantastically impressive.
Just two Parisian writers, who are exceptionally skilled and highly productive at painting their names on things.
Horfe’s exhibition, Imaginarium, presented by Topsafe, recently opened at a pop-up space at 4 Wilkes St. in London. From the photos, it looks like the French artist brought his per usual A gam
The freshest shed in the entire Arctic region! Hooked up by Parisian graffiti writer, Horfe.
The square Horfe often uses to paint his graffiti in has a zit on top this time around. His mulit-legged “R” appears to be running up the “F” as well.
Smooth print-like hand stylee from Horfe and hitting up Hour. That lady looks enthusiastic about being in the photo (Insert sarcasm here).
These two Parisian graffiti writers do a an excellent job at keeping the streets of Paris full of color.