Picture of the Day & The Weekly Round-Up


Os Gemeos

Last Week…

We took an exhaustive look at Art Basel Miami Beach

We kinda blamed marijuana for your man boobs

We partied in Miami

We dropped our Gift Guide


Kathleen Sorbara was our Muse

Nu Liife


Our weekly comic by Andrew Jeffrey Wright / @ajw4ever

Brooklyn Bathroom Graffiti

Graffiti in the Meth Lab

Walter White Confessions by Aroe MSK and AVK1

Picture of the Day



Graff Cycles

The year was 1995, and the artists involved in these custom motorcycles were Crash, Daze, Futura 2000, L.A. II, Stash, and Zephyr.


WOW. Graffiti video of the year. Shot/Cut by Selina Miles.

Futura 2000, Graffiti Artist

In related news: 5 Pointz got buffed last night

The Unruly Limo

A great video profile of Niels “Shoe” Meulman by Colin M. Day

Morning Dose of “The Mural”

Picture of the Day


Martha Cooper



Horfee Vs. The Grifters King of Style collection

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Mike Giant on Meditation


“It’s funny for me to tell people to go to the woods for seven days to sit in silence. Guess what? You’ll find out who you are… and it’s not who you think you are.”

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Foot Pilots


Marker Socks by The Seventh Letter

Put It In The Ditch, Brah!


A new print by Persue, available through 1XRun



I am Banksy by Colby Buzzell (Esquire, 2005)

A phantom with a stencil and a can of spray paint, maybe the premier “Guerrilla Street Artist” in the world, Banksy is almost impossible to find, but his work is everywhere. And he makes people very, very happy.

photo from Banksy NY

El Falso Barto

Bootleg Bart is one the best fan pages on Facebook, with tons of pirated tees to gawk at. But we’re also fans of their bootleg art album, which features 1990s renderings of The Simpsons character in pen and paint. See more here.

Zio / @zioxla

Weekend Watching: The Legend of Cool ‘Disco’ Dan

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The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan

The Legend of Cool ‘Disco’ Dan" is the story of black Washington DC told from the perspective of Cool “Disco” Dan starting with his birth during the civil rights era and follows his life parallel with the rise of Go-Go music through the 1980s (which is the unheard but yet dominant urban music of DC) and also local DC politics with Marion Barry’s rise and fall. Despite ending up homeless Cool “Disco” Dan used graffiti to escape the social problems D.C. had in the 1980s when things turned violent and became known as the Murder Capital of the United States. Cool “Disco” Dan ends up as a cult character of DC and his name becomes a symbol of survival during DC’s most trying years.

You’ll have to pay for the stream, but how else are you going to watch it?

Spot Jockin’


Why is Banksy’s work in NYC getting dissed?

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