Monochrome is a series presented by Spray Daily where they ask one writer to paint a wall with just three cans, which is the true test of talent when you can't hide behind all those fancy colors. For
"Run Baby Run" is a 3D printed animation, created 100% in camera, on location, with no green-screen or digital trickery.
We are excited today to premiere the new music video for the track "Mr Mistake" by Nevermen (featuring Mike Patton, Tunde from TV on the Radio and Doseone.) The video features animation work from Sar
They say that once you stop learning you're as good as dead. I tend to believe that it's true.
Utilizing traditional thangka painting techniques and mediums, Rinzin creates contemporary works.
It’s not often we see anything worthwhile on intermodal trains; there is just too many of them trudging around. Ghoul gives Nekst (RIP) a “Graffiti King” shout-out on this one.
Seiko goes all out on this great piece in honor of the recently passed graffiti writer, Nekst.
In honor of Nekst, these 3 top-notch tribute pieces were painted on a replica subway car. From left to right: Steel, Dmote, and Vizie.
Here is someone we haven’t seen new work from in a while and it’s a shame! Ruets pays tribute to Nekst with this great piece.
Steel pays tribute to Nekst and Dmote paints a Steel piece in the Bronx.
Another solid and funky Nekst tribute by Rime in Denver, Colorado.
A bold gesture of permanence dedicated to the many graffiti writers who have passed over the last decade. From here we can see Nekst, Tie, Sace, Oil, Over, Erie, Poke, Kerse, and Eroe. Throw on an
Every week, we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. In this week’s spotlight we switched things up, highlighting the countless Nekst tibutes painted
In this new video titled “Nekst126”, Chicago’s Amuse 126 endures the frigid winter weather to pay tribute to Nekst..
A number of people went above and beyond, painting several clean train panels in multiple cities in honor of Nekst. Serious dedication to pay respects!
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. In this week’s spotlight we switched things up, highlighting the countless Nekst tibutes painted
We can’t keep up with the enormous amount of tributes being painted in honor of Nekst right now, but this one by Steel in San Francisco stood out.