Just watch it until the end. If you like graffiti and street art, you will watch it again.
Should the thought of being arrested and possibly get a jail sentence for spraying on walls refrain you from expressing your creativity, look no further... Read more
Montana Cans gives you a very interesting insight in the production of a spray paint can. You will see the whole process.
The Underbelly Project started back in 2009 and gathered a bunch of artists such as Revok or Ceaze who covered the walls of a disuse New York city subway... Read more
How could I not share this 30 meter collaboration wall
Artists: DOES & NASH
Location: Sittard, the Netherlands
Date: June 2012
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On February 16, 1990, at age 31, Keith Haring’s life was cut short due to an AIDS-related illness. He would have been 54 today and... Read more
Los Angeles base artist EnikOne met Keelan Dadd, he gacve him a design, EnikOne picked a brand new Chevy Sonic car and applied that design. Over 2 days... Read more
Graffiti and Street Art, a diagram by Daniel Feral from the recent Pantheon art show in NYC.
I am now back from Barcelona where I had the chance to enjoy a warm winter sun, delicious tapas but also and above all eye-catching graffiti.
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Sniders Lane Project – Presented by Just Another Agency.
Who would have thought that spending a weekend sitting in an alley by a dumpster could... Read more
“Step in the arena” is just simply a huge gathering of graffiti artists in the Netherlands. And talent you have, a lot of it. Check out a selection... Read more
Miss Kaliansky kindly sent these awesome street art below spotted in the streets of Madrid
Featured artist: Saner | Eltono | Nano4814 | Remed | Mart1
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We met Fintan Scott-Magee originally from Brisbane and try to find out a bit more about his liking, it seems, for rubbish and bins in his art.
A-P: Tell... Read more
German artist MadABC has opened her show at Pure Evil gallery tonight in London. This coincides with the launch of her book – “Street Fonts –... Read more
In the centre of Grunwald Forest in the former West Berlin is an artificial mountain, Teufelsberg, made by man using the rubble from approximately 400,000... Read more
If you are keen on graffiti, you must have seen #codefc stuff on some walls, one of his latest and probably most seen is the Olympic runner with the message... Read more
The Foundry has really been doing the rounds on the street art/graffiti blogs and websites over the last month or so. Some people are loving it and others... Read more
Justin Nethercut has put a great video in which he interviews two Baltimore graffiti writers who have been rather busy as of late – Ceda & Dume.
This... Read more
Wow, wow, wow. Get a very good quality camera and find a graffiti spot in Melbourne and this is what you get.
On my way to go and see the Sweet Toof show at Arch402, I stumbled upon Paragon gym and its mighty entrance flanked with awesome graffiti.
I could not... Read more
I cannot believe I had forgotten about this huge wall on Holloway Road. I went past it a few weeks ago but could not stop to take pictures. I have done... Read more
I always expect to see new stuff painted on the walls of Great Eastern street, this street would be probably top of the chart of creativity in London.On... Read more
I went past it many many times but did not see it or just a glimpse of it and thought that it must be one off graffiti worth seeing surely but no rush... Read more
A document filming and following the entire Burning Candy crew is being shot right now. Their Street Art is a familiar visual encounter on the walls of... Read more
One of the if not the only and definitely most known authorised graffiti area in London is living up to the expectations. Artist, loads of them showed... Read more
Team Robbo and his crew still seem bitter and have painted over another one of Banksy’s pieces in Camden. This guerilla started when Banksy painted... Read more
As well as going to the ‘Born in the streets exhibition’ (see review here), I wondered around the 20th district in Paris where I snapped up... Read more
I do not go to Paris very often – fact. Quality not quantity they say, well it was definitely quality this time.
‘Born in the streets’exhibition... Read more
On my way back home a couple of days ago, I spotted these top drawer graffiti.
I could not help but snap them up even though my hands were crying for some... Read more