"With new video, Grandaddy finds humor In grief." And that is the note that came with this video for the wonderful Grandaddy track, "Brush with the Wild."
"In a world where seemingly mundane objects mysteriously vanish without warning, Life Without Stuff highlights (with astonishing scientific accuracy) what life would be like without stuff."
Director Tarik Mikou keeps this one simple; focus on the band and their unique stage personas with the help of a fluorescent light.
We recently came across this video of Bay Area based conceptual artist and musician Bill Baird premiering his instrument, the Magnetetractys. The whole thing is kind of a trip.
The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art comissioned a mini documentary on the iconic artist and sculptor Jeff Koons. Oscar Boyson directed the short and poignant documentary which explores the lif
In 2007 Smart not only color matched this clean train in Italy but rocked a serious stylin’ burner as well.
One here, one there, hey why not one everywhere. No surface left behind. Everything received a little love from Hour in this lot.
This short gondola car got the special treatment from Smash and is now a vibrant looking piece of rolling metal.
In Philadelphia wicked tags reign supreme and Kadism has been putting it down since the ‘80s with finesse.
In this classic photograph, New York graffiti legend Zephyr gives an already abused MTA train a fresh new coat color.
In this clip Utah and Ether do what they do best and spray a clean train somewhere overseas. But that's not all. They also attached several metal shapes to the train while they were painting and
In his series “Le Città Minime”, Italian photographer Matteo Mezzadri builds large-scale cityscapes in his studio using bricks as his building blocks. Though the bricks themselves
Minnesota writers Silk and Mavel escape the snowy grounds of the Twin Cities and lay down some pieces in a storm drain tunnel.
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. Walter Yetman aka The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye delivers thi
The bulk of graffiti videos out there are just poorly done except a few that surface from time to time like this one from Five Piece Theory focusing on the work of Baer BTR.
The Cultural apex of New York City has always flourished downtown. Skate spots in Chinatown to the rooftop's over looking Brooklyn, the Future is Now. Sabio brings us in to take a closer look.
Shock really nailed this concept on the head or in the nose to be more appropriate. The white dust has been responsible for a lot of risk-taking graffiti since early days.