Sunday is the holy day for freight trains, so in honor of this and to get you motivated, we’re sharing this video of Fobek painting an autorack from start to finish.
Ken Nagahara is a Japanese-American photographer based out of Oakland, California. His work focuses on classic motorcycles and skateboarding. In this short video, Ken invites us into his studio as he
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Breach's music video for "Jack" will have you thinking about hair. Lots and lots of hair.
Steve McCurry is an American photojournalist whose work has appeared in many editorial pieces, galleries and museums.
“Lucía, Luis y El Lobo” (”Lucía, Luis and the Wolf”) is a 2-part stop motion-animated series by Diluvio, a studio based in Santiago, Chile.
A whole lot of arrows, psychedelic swirls and fun havin” spray right here by Baer.
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. German Friday delivers this week’s Detroit Scene
Bricks are iconic symbols for building and for graffiti writers they are a preferred canvas. Kwote is 1/3 bricked out on this piece.
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. MrxClownxFace delivers this week’s Bay Area Scene Rep
Home went and employed an entire band to make these letters. They’re giving off a jazzy vibe to us, what do you think?
Super duty fantastically awesome looking throw-up with extra additives from Gyer.
Today we check in on what Keats from FMK Crew has been up to in the spray department.
This is obviously not a real passenger train, however Pure was active when the trains in New York were getting painted and this still looks awesome.
Not sure if this is intended for anyone specific, but Spain and Email felt some type away to paint it.
Eye spy with my little Eye a passenger train adorned with an Eye.
Kems got all those fancy colors in there but he’s not hiding some crap letters like 95% of the mega-colorful fancy paint burners out there.
When you see a line of trains coming your way the odds of seeing an Ichabod aka Ich train are definitely in your favor. This one is just bigger than the normal ones you typically see.