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.
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Tonight at the Ace Hotel downtown, Mint&Serf will have a signing for their first collaborative book, Support, Therapy and Instability.
Part of their new web series, Original, MTN Colors USA just released this latest video featuring OG FRANK homie and Dungeon Family family member, Dr. Dax.
In anticipation of our upcoming Chapter on elusive art vandals Phil Frost and MQ, check out this latest video courtesy of 100 Percent Human which delves into MQ's creative history and fondness for trucks—or what he describes as mobile chalkboards.
This past weekend Greenpoint kicked off the Arts at Calico Gallery in Brooklyn with Dialect, an exhibit focusing on manipulation and creative use of language, alphabet, symbols, and communication.
Tired of looking at everyone’s 8th grade #TBT selfies? Check out this week’s throwback from Chapter 11 which features an interview with the rapper Sleep.
São Paulo, the megalopolis of 18 million and the biggest city in the southern hemisphere, has a long tradition of street tagging and graffiti art.
It’s not every day that you get to smoke a spliff with a millionaire, and he made it in just three years.
The ATL native was the first to put the manga style in graffiti in Atlanta and didn’t plan to put his talents to waste.