Graffiti // Thursday, February 07, 2013
Using arrest sheets found in a Detroit abandoned police station as his canvases, Jersey Joe aka Rime, had created a series of works that will now be available as prints through 1xRUN. Starting tomorrow, two separate limited editions will be available for purchase. There is also bonus video that was made in conjunction with this release that is highly entertaining.
Graffiti // Thursday, January 31, 2013
It is no secret Rime can doodle some pretty hilarious characters, especially when it comes to the female kind (5 boobed ladies? Yes, please.). Here’s a little preview of a drawing for an upcoming project he has with 1XRUN.
Graffiti // Thursday, January 10, 2013
Rime’s “graffiti advertisement” is seen here on a box truck at the base of this ski resort in Colorado. The snowman got the bum deal here getting pelted with a snowball.
Graffiti // Tuesday, January 08, 2013
We really enjoy these layered illustrations by the highly skilled graffiti writer, Jersey Joe aka Rime. Take a look, there’s a lot too see in each piece.
Graffiti // Monday, December 24, 2012
Today we dedicate all of our graffiti posts to the various artists paying tribute to Nekst. We are sure there will be many, many more, as Nekst has had a large impact on the graffiti community. These are a few that have already popped up over the weekend. RIP NEKST.
Graffiti // Friday, December 21, 2012
Rime did this trackside spot justice with simple lettering, a girl spraying character, and those slick silhouettes he’s been painting in all his new work.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 20, 2012
Snap Back – Dangerous Drawings About New York, is the name of the new exhibition of Brooklyn natives RIME (Jersey Joe) and TOPER. The show features a series of drawings, illustrations and paintings that portray the artists’ personal experiences about living in New York City... and there is a story behind each piece.
Graffiti // Wednesday, December 19, 2012
In part of the Converse Wall to Wall Project, Jersey Joe aka Rime was enlisted to paint the side of the iconic New Apollo restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This video gives insight into Jersey Joe’s background and process with his artistic practice.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 13, 2012
In celebration of Klughaus Gallery's one-year anniversary, the gallery is thrilled to announce Snap Back – Dangerous Drawings About New York, a dual artist show featuring Brooklyn natives RIME (Jersey Joe) and TOPER. Snap Back will feature illustrations and paintings that integrate elements of the artists’ past experiences living in New York City; each piece is inspired by a personal story.