When you think of Graffiti Magazines of the 90s, Skills is right there at the top of the list. We were lucky enough to uncover a small stack of Issue #7 from 1995, that we are making available to the public. Issue #7 features walls and trains in both color and black & white, as well as a great interview with Mobb Deep. As an added bonus, each issue will be mailed with an SP.One sticker. Extremely Limited Supply, order here.
If one of you all doesn’t win this we’ll be totally bummed. The Rag & Bone houston/PROJECT is a contest to get your art up on the side of their store on Houston Street. Which means it is essentially free, high traffic advertising for you.
Seriously dudes, you all are the most talented artists in the world and we don’t want some schlub to win.
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FREESTYLE ARCHITYPER 2
A site specific sculptural installation by Carlos Mare139 Rodriguez
Tuesday, October 05 at 7:30PM
at Raw Space Gallery
148 11th Ave. (btw. 21st & 22nd)
NY, NY 10011
This is a real nice video shot by Tom Gould featuring New York’s finest outlaws. Meyhem Lauren is the closest thing to Artifacts in the 21st century.
Victor Reyes opened his latest show War Paint at Known Gallery in Los Angeles last night. We sat down with the man for a couple questions.
Now if they can figure out how to do this with a real wall. Solve the puzzle here
MOSES is a transit king, I’ve REALLY been digging this guys simplistic-wonky style. It seems he has developed this style to execute complete, full color pieces as quickly as possible in the typical 10-20 minute scenarios while painting subways/trains… Aesthetically it’s in complete contrast to what I typically focus on and I love it.
-All photos stolen from STREETFILES
The first 4 are from the Humanity Wall in DC. I thought I had a pic of the ridiculous Mesk piece on the top but, apparently not.
“It’s going to be the first major museum survey of the history of graffiti and street art presented in the United States.”
Jeffrey Deitch confirmed that Art in the Streets will be coming to MOCA in Los Angeles in 2011. Roger Gastman says, “It’s Huge.”
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