VIZIE pays tribute.

FLIP THE SCRIPT: A Guidebook for Aspiring Vandals and Typographers

Graffiti writers have the best handwriting, and this new book by Christian Acker of HANDSELECTA fame locks down that claim. Tracing the origins of handstyles across the continental USA, FLIP THE SCRIPT showcases and dissects the penmanship from some of the finest in the craft. A must have for every creative bookshelf.

Available through Gingko Press

A Tattoo Flash Inspired By Subway Art


by Thee Soviet

via, HYB

Pump Me Up: D.C. Subculture of the 1980s

On view now at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Pump Me Up: D.C. Subculture of the 1980s is Roger Gastman’s gift to what was once Chocolate City. Tracing the history of the underground scenes in Washington, D.C., during the 80s, the exhibition is heavy on rare, cultural artifacts from the worlds of Go-Go music, graffiti, and a world famous punk and hardcore scene… as well as in-depth look at notorious “Mayor For Life” Marion Barry. A must see.

There are a series of events coinciding with the exhibition you should check out as well.

The Eternal Flaming Can


Banksy pays tribute to NEKST with a gif on his website.

Also: We’ve re-uploaded NEKST’s Sound Advice. Get that.



Mean Streaks by Kevin Heldman (Rolling Stone, Feb. 1995)

“The first time I meet JA, he skates up to me wearing Rollerblades, his cap played backward, on a street corner in Mahattan at around midnight.”

h/t: HYB

Did Nug Make This Fabric Pattern?


Just curious.

A jacket from the Tim Coppens fashion show. |  Print from Nug’s (The concept is fuck you) Fame Festival print series.

Arrest Sheets Portfolio


RIME’s colorful edition of 5 prints in a Deluxe Highland Park Police Arrest Sheet Binder.

“The sheets were laying on the floor of this Police station for 10+ years until I came along and rescued them. The city should have done a better job at securing or destroying these records. Shit was found in an abandoned police station that has since been demolished. This art cures relationship woes. Guaranteed to make you single.” – RIME

Patti Astor & The Fun Gallery

Gagosian is putting on a Basquiat show tonight FYI.

Graffiti Fever (1978)

A film by David Em about 1970s Los Angeles graffiti artists.

The New York City Alphabet Poster


By Curve. Available here

via, sciencism

Weekend Watching: Wild Style

Charlie Ahearn’s legendary 1983 film.

Installation View: The RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ Galaxseum

This is your last weekend to check out The RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ Galaxseum at The Children’s Museum of the Arts, and while the Letter Racers have already been taken down it’s still worth a visit.



The Story Behind Banksy by Will Ellsworth-Jones

Graffiti Fiction


A tumblr about graffiti in movies and TV shows

Love Henrietta

André makes a short film for his “Love Graffiti.”

The Artist Series with Gavin McInnes: JIMJOE



Photographs by Dave Schubert

The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan

DC History right here. Narrated by Henry Rollins, and premiering February 23rd at the AFI Silver Theater located in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Discover the “other” Washington of the 1980s through the story of legendary graffiti artist Cool “Disco” Dan, a mysterious, ubiquitous presence during the height of go-go music, record crime rates and city-wide dysfunction. Few people knew every block of the city like Dan, and as intrigue about his identity grew, his illegal scrawl became a unifying force for a city on the verge of chaos. Narrated by DC native Henry Rollins and featuring interviews with “Mayor for Life” Marion Barry, civil rights activist Rev. Walter Fauntroy, punk rock historian and activist Mark Andersen and musicians Chuck Brown and Ian MacKaye, this documentary from filmmakers Joseph Pattisall and Roger Gastman (producer, EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP) tells a fascinating chapter of DC history.

DIR Joseph Pattisall; PROD Roger Gastman. US, 2012, color and b&w, 90 min. NOT RATED

Tickets here

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