Sufer x Anice

Graffiti // Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Sufer and Anice just got that spot that is going to be impossible for you to ignore.

Toro x Kiro truckin'

Graffiti // Friday, November 14, 2014
That red is the business and Toro and Kiro knew that when they decorated the side of this box truck.

Toro ICP

Graffiti // Thursday, October 02, 2014
Here is a cool little legal wall with a friendly spray character by Toro Icp on a rolldown.

Sufer x Apear in action

Graffiti // Monday, June 02, 2014
MTA crewmembers, Sufer and Apear, are caught in action getting down on what appears to be an illegal daytime spot.

Toro Mta

Graffiti // Monday, April 21, 2014
All the letters and arrows in this Toro piece are fully whipping out in every direction.

All I ever wanted was to be forever fresh...

Graffiti // Tuesday, April 08, 2014
There’s no denying that this name has been painted obsessively on surfaces all over the U.S.


Graffiti // Wednesday, October 02, 2013
There are many different meanings and uses for the word Toro besides than a graffiti name. Here are some examples. Toro (sushi), a fatty part of a fish used in sushi. Toro, a Spanish Fighting Bull used in bullfighting. Toro, or Myrsine salicina, a New Zealand native tree. Tōrō, a Japanese traditional lantern originally from China. Toro (rodent) a spiny rat in the genus Isothrix.

New York Mta Subways cars get wallpapered by Kaws

Street Art // Friday, November 09, 2012
To have your artwork cover the inside and outside of a New York subway car is a rare opportunity for any artist, especially one who initially made his name in the streets with graffiti. Kaws who has gone on to become an accomplished artist and businessman in a number of platforms, was also recently invited to participate in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade with his own signature balloon. To see the cars in person head on down to Grand Central Station or Times Square and catch the S train. You won’t miss it!

Duke Riley for NYC's MTA

Tattoo // Wednesday, August 24, 2011
We had read about Duke Riley providing artwork for the MTA this past Spring and Summer, but we were just reminded of the work that Riley ended up creating. Be Good Or Be Gone is a commissioned project that Riley did for the MTA featuring a proposed installation at the Beach 98th Street A/S train subway station and art in subway cars.


Graffiti // Tuesday, July 05, 2011
Putting perspective to the actual size of the MTA roller that was once in the L.A. River.


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