In this week's 'Street Talk' JJ meets with Seventh Letter artist, Doner. After years of brutal gang activity, Doner joined the Navy where the combination of training and traveling really matured him into a man. Now with a regular day job and a son of his own, Doner still finds the time in the early mornings and late evenings to bomb various walls around Los Angeles.
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According to the recent report by the New York Times, the hashtag phrase #TakingBackTheStreets has been trademarked by Wat-aah for their own street art campaign and demands Little Italy Street Art to stop using the hashtag phrase.
This past weekend over 200 people came by the Bishop Gallery in Brooklyn, NY to experience the world of artist Plasma Slug. Spectrum—a show which exhibited the balance and power of color unity on one side of the gallery, and unique collaborations with over 20 notable graffiti writers and artists on the other side.
As a memorial tribute, our boy Big Steve from Fun City Tattoo opened up his shop this past Saturday, after Jeff's friends and families got to say their final goodbye's, to do a series of Gamblero tattoos—gone but not forgotten. We'll miss you Jeff.
We’ve been fans of East Los Angeles artist Chaz Bojórquez for quite sometime now—the legendary artist has made his mark nation-wide and certainly in Los Angeles with his specific style once quoted as “Cholo Graffiti.”
My name “NOBODY” all started in Downtown, Los Angeles, when I was crossing the street. As I was crossing, I bumped into a skater kid who stopped me and asked, “Who are you?” When I was put on the spot I jokingly answered, “Nobody.” The kid looked at me and said “That’s right, we are all nobodies.
After much anticipation, it’s finally here—Chapter 56: Phil Frost and MQ x FRANK151 is in the shop and on stands at last!
This 92-page book is filled with photos of tagged doors from around the city and is the perfect coffee table addition for all of you graf nuts out there.
Tonight at the Ace Hotel downtown, Mint&Serf will have a signing for their first collaborative book, Support, Therapy and Instability.