Graffiti // Friday, November 01, 2013
Roids was playing around on illustrator one day and decided to print out a massive sticker of a piece he made and stick it on a wall. Sike!
Graffiti // Wednesday, October 23, 2013
This is an iconic setting of a tweeker squat (note random bicycle parts laying around everywhere) where sketchy behaviors are likely carried out. Steel just so happens to be the wallpaper to their well-lit living room.
Graffiti // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Changing things up a bit, Roids recently painted an actual mural. B-boys included.
Graffiti // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Gary is no “Stranger” to painting extra crispy cursive fonts with various words. Looks like an oversized vinyl sticker.
Graffiti // Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Yet another slam-dunk from Roids in the piecing department. He continually experiments and challenges himself with his work.
Graffiti // Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Omens switches it up and takes it back to some of that old school style production looking graffiti.
Graffiti // Sunday, September 15, 2013
One of the cleanest and most precise artists painting the U.S. streets has to be Atlanta’s own Sever. Over the last few years, the artists has branched outside of lettering, gracing the ATL and beyond with a number of site-specific murals (You remember his controversial “Death of Street Art” mural in Detroit). The artists recently updated his site with some work created in Seoul, Korea and an excellent piece painted on the exterior of the Atlanta Prison Farm.
Graffiti // Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Ewok has the skillful ability to define letters like a spray sculpture. This piece looks as if it were chiseled from rock, then sanded down for a fine finish.
Graffiti // Wednesday, September 04, 2013
Since 2007, two giant Amaze throw ups adorned the exterior of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, until this week, when Nekst was remembered by the help of his friends with a giant straight letter and throw up. Now the buildings background is a blood red and massive chrome Nekst's greet all who pass by.
Graffiti // Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Last weekend, New Zealand-based graffiti writer, Askew, opened his show “Entropy” at Inner State Gallery in Detroit. While in town, the artist painted a massive portrait of his fellow crewmember Nekst who left his mark all over Detroit before his unexpected passing. The wall presents Nekst holding a bottle of champagne and a large knife, with his large tag in blood red in the background.