In this video by Relative Minds, Bay Area graffiti writer, Csaw of HCM crew paints a number of tributes for Gloom in a massive abandon structure.
Sharon Lockhart is a Los Angeles-based photographer. Lochart’s Goshogaoka, filmed in a middle school gymnasium in suburban Japan, takes as its ostensible subject the exercise routines and drills of
We are so excited to be able to premiere the new video from Juxtapoz friend, contributor all around hip-hop superstar Aesop Rock and the track, "Get Out of the Car"
US President Donald Trump made a visit to Bethlehem. And, drove past Banksy's Walled Off Hotel. See, everyone wants to see Banksy's new project.
The ever successful street art festival made its debut in Aberdeen, Scotland this past month, and now it has itself a documentary.
Much from HM crew makes painting trains look so easy and natural. This dudes numbers are probably as high as anyone who has ever really made a massive effort to paint a significant amount of trains.
These two New York veterans didn’t skip a beat when they stepped to this wall and murked it. If only 25% of graffiti was of this quality we would all be much happier.
Gordon Gekkoh delivers this week’s Bay Area Scene Report featuring the work of Lead, Blief, Jurne, Keep,Uter, Pemex, Wonk, and more.
Who needs some crazy fill in when you got good letters with solid connections? Bonus adds another layer to a frequently painted wall in Brooklyn.
We’re not even sure if there are letters in this Ilk piece, but it doesn’t really matter because it’s fun to look at and has cool colors.
Ask any writer from Los Angeles who knows their city’s history and they will know of Tempt’s contributions to the game. He was a straight letter wizard and a quality writer.
This piece by Baer resembles comic strip except there is no humor involved, only grotesque imagery with letters included.
One Day At A Time was filmed in 24 hours and follows Bay Area writer Pemex around as he bombs day time and talks about how he got started in graffiti.
Walter Yetman aka The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye delivers a special Atlanta Scene Report featuring Daks, Heat, Isto, Lack, Noah, Viper, Jigl, True 54 and more.
It fascinating to see what kind of names people pick to paint in the public eye. A name like Rapes has a negative connotation, but it’s also very memorable which is an important aspect of having a
When the whole team has good hands and they’re all diverse in style. White outs on metal always look the best.