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.
The word legendary is used to loosely these days, but people like Bates have earned such titles being involved with graffiti for almost 3 decades. A world traveler whose painted in countless cities
Celf has a good color scheme going on here. It’s soothing to look at from a distance.
Tomorrow night and only for that night, Sofles will be having an exhibition for the premier of the new video “Limitless,” along with new paintings and prints on display at the Junglers A
Forest Island Recycling would like to present to its customers two new products titled Begr and Este. We are not sure exactly what these products do for the consumer, but this new marketing campaign
Curve felt inclined to wear something nice for this clean brick wall, so he threw on his favorite all over pattern print shirt. On the other hand, Kuma needs a new shirt after the barbaric battle he
These colors are all types of weird, but work well in making this purple Purge pop when flying by on the tracks.
Hey, now that’s a good-looking drain! It doesn’t have a swing, sandbox or jungle gym, but it’s got big walls for big kids and the color of fall above.
And the never-ending story of the buff continues on, with another layer of art by Shock that will inevitably be followed by another layer of buff. Repeat.
Mers has brought up a loaded question as to whether graffiti is priceless or worthless by painting a spray can and handcuffs on a traditional scale. It’s pretty apparent where Mers stands on t
In part of a series of themed letters each having their own characteristics, Kuma recently painted this straight letter with its hand on a sharpie as if it was drawing itself.
This whole piece is obviously awesome for all the right reasons, but that background is just poppin!
Tre puts his graffiti on display using a bright yellow TTX boxcar.