New Ket piece

Graffiti // Monday, March 16, 2015
Paying homage to those who paved the path, Ket says, “Peace to writers like Phase2, Checker 170 and King2 who rocked this style way back in 1974 and inspired this piece.” The ‘ol curls and old school funk recipe put to good use by Ket.

video: KET x PURE x KNOWS

Graffiti // Tuesday, June 25, 2013
In this video, Ket, Pure, and Knows do their graffiti spray thing on a wall in the Far Rockaway, New York.

Video: Throwback Videograf Issue 3 featuring Ket

Graffiti // Sunday, November 04, 2012
Videograff was the original in graffiti documentary videos out of New York City.  They featured a number of influential writers in their beginning. This video was on Ket, showing him and his partners painting clean trains at the 2 Avenue station.  Classic.

"Murderers" Mural Buffed by NYPD

Graffiti // Friday, July 27, 2012
Ket, Noxer and Tres painted a permissioned mural with the word “Murderers” and plainclothes NYPD officers have taken it upon themselves to buff it. The mural consisted of several tombstones and coffins with epitaph names that included the NYPD, the EPA, Halliburton and Monsanto, to name a few. The NYPD buffed the mural based on “the broken window” theory and the quality-of-life of local residents.

Ket Tfp

Graffiti // Tuesday, November 08, 2011
This guy has sill got it and is still getting it.  Longevity to the fullest.

Whoaa...Nice Fill-in

Graffiti // Monday, October 24, 2011
Ket still at it after all these years and bringing a bizarre fill-in to the table.  

In Graffiti: What the Hell is Old School Anyway?

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 24, 2011
Rime just posted a small essay questioning the well-known term “old school”. With his own words he to attempts to make meaning of what is considered old school and asks the same question to a handful of writers coming from various generations. It appears that perspectives are affected by age, experience and location, but everyone definitely has an opinion.


Graffiti // Friday, June 17, 2011
New York’s Ket, never losing his touch, round of applause.


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