Graffiti // Tuesday, May 21, 2013
This is by far one of our most favorite pieces we have seen Horfe paint yet. It resembles more of an abstract painting you would see on a canvas than graffiti in the street.
Graffiti // Thursday, May 16, 2013
Dazed and Confused wrote an article which notes Cony, Horfe and others from PAL crew as part of a loosely defined genre described as “Comic Abstraction.” As the author states, “Taken one way, the works are innocuous, colourful, abstract shapes. Turn back and they lurch, grimace and menace, Disney turned evil. Sortais is one of the finest examples of new Comic Abstraction, pushing it to new directions with an infectious energy.”
Graffiti // Wednesday, March 13, 2013
This rolldown in Paris was properly hooked up by Pal crew. Mosa and Esso painted this framed black and white piece with “Pal” letters, and a strange character
Graffiti // Tuesday, February 26, 2013
A variety of bizarre faces and abstract shapes courtesy of PAL crew in Paris. This dude on the right doesn’t appear to want to be included in this picture with that hand gesture. Too bad. It happened.
Graffiti // Saturday, August 11, 2012
Recent videos documenting Paris graffiti show writers getting away with painting daytime fill-ins on the street, making most writers around the world jealous. Whether the laws are more lenient or the writers just don’t care, it’s pleasant to watch. This new video released by the Grifters shows Peach and Alter running amuck to an exceptional soundtrack.