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.
Mers is one of those rare train writers who actually makes an attempt to paint something uniquely different and with a concept every time he goes to the train yard. On this panel, a brightly colored
Renos has always had impeccable tags no matter what name he is writing down. Here he showboats on a number of other writers name. Sizzlin Styles!
If we were to choose sides on this beef we would obviously go with Cobra commander. First off, dude had a better sense of fashion with his sketchy masked outfit and menacing cobra on his chest. Plus
Begr loves those bubbles and bright eye bursting colors when he paints his pieces.
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Duem.
Just some seasoned New York veterans doing their graffiti thing on a wall with style.
The man behind this “Spoofski” piece always had catchy names for his aliases and an easily identifiable style of radicalness.
Has your neighbor been urging or nagging you to paint your fence to better increase the value of his own home and the surrounding neighborhood? Need an idea to shut him up and stick it to your neigh
New York-based publisher, Carnage NYC, will be releasing a new zine featuring the work of artist Gorey. This limited edition 52-page zine will contain illustrations, writings and vinyl stickers from
The style commando and graffiti veteran, Jenks, drops yet another piece in the city of Oakland.
Ven has been around since the late ‘80s during the whole subway era of New York and still gets out to do his thing from time to time.
The colors that Sobekcis uses for their pieces are always so vibrant and unreal.