Monochrome is a series presented by Spray Daily where they ask one writer to paint a wall with just three cans, which is the true test of talent where you can't hide behind all those fancy colors. In
An homage to all the lost time we collectively spend in digital limbo in the hopes of sudden development on our screen.
A cheeky canine chappy who just LOVES exploring (ahem) holes, Dick’s wild walk in the park is seriously restricted by his lack of protective clothing. Until his owner finds him the perfect little r
If you are already depressed about the state of the world, this may not make you feel better. But Kate Tempest does a great job of summarizing and reminding us of the world as it is...
Begr, who has been undeniably busy in the streets over the last couple years, is the subject of a new video by Bazooka Films 77 that documents the artist as he paints some abandon buildings in the sn
Pear has been doing real big things everywhere we look, especially in the Motor City. Triple take drive by.
The snow can be a vital piece of evidence with tracks being left behind. No sign here though. Pear, Dyke, and Mals on the brick.
Pear has been collecting crews like stamps. Here is the long list of “dope crews” covering the length of a large wall.
There is a lot being said right here and it’s very bold and reads loudly. Pear taking back spots in Detroit.
Pear and Lary and lazer beam eyes. Chunky letters and lots of red and a good-looking spot.
I’m on the phone, can’t be bothered, leave a message and I will get back to when I feel like it.
Two names you would most likely be familiar with if you lived in Detroit. Pear and Purge on the side of an old market.
Pear putting some time in on this roof. This particular color scheme is fairly close to the colors of the African flag.
Didn’t really give it to much effort now did you? I guess I can give this person the benefit of the doubt and say that they probably have better things to be doing.
Pout, Pear, and False capitalize on a great surface and do the spot up real nice.
Pear been coming in like a double overhead surf wave that crashes on shore, then on your city, and just about everywhere you look.