For the 30th Anniversary of the Hip Hop variety television show Graffiti Rock, producer Michael Holman is seeking to make a special edition of the DVD featuring a re-master of the tv show, plus an in-depth documentary, Graffiti Rock: The Untold Story. You can support these efforts here.
Who knows what SKEME’s mom would think of CURVE’s new Style Wars Portrait Tee, but we like it.
25 Grams is a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite instagram feeds.
Dabs Myla are Australian artists living and working in Los Angeles.
They can be followed on instagram at @dabsmyla
New episode of Paynt Boyz: Makin’ Cheddar
Greg Lamarche x Colossal Media
“This piece was created in February of 2013. Having tried everything else and failed, the Coyote has now resorted to throwing this shit at his nemesis the Roadrunner. At a pretty impressionable age I remember looking at the commercials during Saturday morning cartoons and just feeling bombed with all of these messages that I couldn’t really understand: consumer crap, shit food, Crack, AIDS, SisterSister, low credit scores and what have you. When the shows came back on I always thought that these real world traps seemed so much more frightening than the harpoons or bear traps ever did in the cartoons. So this idea was born out of those early realizations.” – Sever
15 Minutes is a new book by ILK and KENO, which features 100 international graffiti writers such as 2SHY, ASKEW, BABS, DEMS, DIZE, ERBER, GOREY, HORFEE, KUMA, REVOK, ROID and TOMEK. What makes this book unique is that it features a Polaroid of each writer next to a throw-up or piece that he created within 15 minutes. Plus, the design is impeccable.
A new film by Will Robson-Scott featuring the PAL (Peace and Love) Crew.
The first two episodes of Paynt Boyz.
Greg Lamarche has a fresh new print available in his webshop, as well as a new show happening up in Winnipeg at Graffiti Art Programming.
RETNA at MOCA Grand Ave.
by Selina Miles
“This release is a collectors item for book lovers, graffiti haters and opinionated people”
A new zine by Austin McManus
“The project “Partner in Crime” challenges gender-based stereotypes commonly associated with vandalism, while offering an alternative perspective on the physical act of writing graffiti. By recruiting first-time female participants, I hoped to capture a playful side and a certain innocence, something I don’t think could have been achieved if the subjects were not inexperienced.”