Graffiti // Monday, August 18, 2014
I don’t think we have ever seen skywriting on a boxcar before. This whole car by Mers depicts a skywriter spelling out the artist’s name. Another great concept by this California artist.
Graffiti // Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Mers has brought up a loaded question as to whether graffiti is priceless or worthless by painting a spray can and handcuffs on a traditional scale. It’s pretty apparent where Mers stands on this one and where we do as well.
Graffiti // Monday, November 11, 2013
On today’s boxcar menu there is only one option for the main entrée and it’s green and squiggly. This meal is suitable for meat lovers, vegetarians, vegans, and celiac
Graffiti // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
Mers calls upon a snake charmer to help with his letters on this boxcar. “Visual venom” indeed.
Graffiti // Wednesday, September 04, 2013
With the assistance of Godzilla and his fire breathing breathe, Mers is able to ravage the railroads with merciless destuctive aggression. Always good concepts when this artist paints trains.
Graffiti // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Mers and Ryoe did their best at wasting no space here and kindly made the train workers job a little easier by leaving the numbers visible. Tiki lettering and tropical beach vibes on a big metal box.
Graffiti // Monday, July 01, 2013
With the right penmanship, a good tag can be more effective than any fancy colored wild style piece. On the other hand, an inventive idea with proper execution can make a piece stand out and demand your attention. Mers’s is doing a great job at working with new ideas and making them work.
Graffiti // Sunday, May 12, 2013
Mers is one of those rare train writers who actually makes an attempt to paint something uniquely different and with a concept every time he goes to the train yard. On this panel, a brightly colored piñata is receiving a heavy swat sending Mers’s letters soaring through the air.
Graffiti // Wednesday, March 06, 2013
The farmer questions the pig about the intent of this piece. Obvious questions get obvious answers, right?