Found this Banco mural in Montreal the other day. This piece reps an era where gaming was at it’s peak beginnings. Although this is not a sophisticated looking piece; the techniques used are… Continue reading
KiloGrams experiments on this truck. This has been running for a while, and it still looks as fresh as when it was first done. Don’t get mad, just enjoy the science.
BRAY, SOFLES, NOMEN and MISTER throw down in Lisbon, Portugal, 2013 Related articles No reach Arounds -Lush and Sofles / XXX Graffiti (streetsaresayingthings.com)
Rone reveals a new work of art in Melbourne with the help of his friend Phibs. Rone’s works are displayed all over the world and also are proudly displayed in the National Gallery of… Continue reading →
Shida, Seven Seas, and Nior are artists from Autrailia’s burgeoning art scene. They have been supplying the walls all over the world with fresh paint and some of the best imagery for an… Continue reading →
Saturday June 8th, 2013 is the Graffiti Kick off at Ménard park, the park previously called Duff Court Park. There will be aroung 20 to 30 artists painting, and a musical background provided… Continue reading →
NEW YORK — A battle is brewing to save an iconic building in Queens. It’s cool and colorful, but it soon may be condemned. The landmark covered with graffiti art could face the… Continue reading →
Artist Belin from Spain displays soulful art in Ibiza. See the progression of this piece, and witness how it applies to the wonderful mood of Ibiza. Via
Days One and Peque do a collab in Melbourne, giving an open studio session on a Malcom Lane wall. Take notes… Photos courtesy of Baddogwhiskas ©2013
Banksy mural taken from a wall in north London was sold for over $1.1 million at a private auction last night. The picture, “Slave Labour,” of a young boy sewing Union Jack flags,… Continue reading →
Walking the streets of Montreal, you always come across such beautiful peaces that are just breath taking. It has been a real wonderful maven for street art and graffiti, and continues to flourish… Continue reading →
New York Times has recently posted an article about Brooklyn‘s historic Hip Hop history. It has been a long time that I have hoped to see an article of this sort publicized in… Continue reading →
The newest Trouble Boys Squadt from Brandt Peters and Ferg feels like a bit of a departure from the previous editions which were inspired by key gang/underworld eras and organizations including the mafia… Continue reading →
Pose making his way around the globe and sharing some light to those that need some.