Graffiti // Friday, March 28, 2014
From just the thumbnail you can’t really get the whole picture. So click read more and there will be even more to this mega bubble burner by Kaput.
Graffiti // Saturday, December 28, 2013
Over the past year, graffiti artist, Kaput, and photographer, Kaid Ashton, have been working on a collaborative project that combines the two artists work in the streets. With each piece Kaput painted a different word, while Aston wheatpasted one his photos from his travels in the center. There is a short description for each piece and 11 in total.
Graffiti // Saturday, November 30, 2013
This Thursday, Catalog Gallery in Vancouver, Canada will host “It’s a Wacky World,” featuring the collaborative work of local artists Kaput and Kaid Ashton. Featured in our September 2011 printed issue of Juxtapoz, Kaput is one of the most original writers painting currently and puts together some paralyzing color bursting fill-ins.
Graffiti // Friday, November 29, 2013
And yet another new Kaput piece that is blowing bubbles and has three blood shot eyeballs.
Graffiti // Tuesday, November 26, 2013
This guy has been on a tear lately. What’s not to like about this piece? We got the Bad Brains song "Don't Blow bubbles" on the mind now after seeing s.
Graffiti // Friday, November 22, 2013
Kaput has been in Auckland, New Zealand painting with locals from the TMD Crew. He’s been leaving some color candy funk on several walls during this trip. Check them out.
Graffiti // Friday, November 08, 2013
We love this drooling ghoulish character by Kaput. Perhaps he might just be a friendly individual who had the misfortune of being born hideous? We see kindness beneath the surface.
Graffiti // Thursday, November 07, 2013
Kaput wrote the words “scrap can jam” to accompany the picture of this piece, but it looks far from something that was just scrapped together with some left over cans.
Graffiti // Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Kaput’s out did himself here. I mean, just look at that color scheme, it’s straight bonkers! And the letters are freakishly funky. Don’t sweat the technique.
Graffiti // Friday, June 14, 2013
Tonight, in Vancouver, British Columbia, “Keep it Kooky” opens with new installations from Kaput (Who was featured in our September 2011 printed issue) and Crums, with additional artwork from Cameo, Ben One, Wars, Admit, Oaph Ache, Noway and more. Things start late at 10pm and go all night with DJ’s, booze, and all the stuff that is associated with having a good time aka party.