Graf veteran POSE recently traveled to Johannesburg, South Africa for the City Of Gold Festival on behalf of the Lifted Research Group - creativity ensued:
Meet Paper Frank, a 22 year old artist and one of the coolest people you could ever know.
Following the collapse of the Soviet Union and at the peak of the gang wars during the aftermath, photographer Sergei Vasiliev gained access to some of Russia's most brutal prisons to document the fading symbols of lives dedicated to bloodshed, violence and the unspoken moral code of criminal underworld:
This past weekend RVCA sponsored an art exhibit at the sold out "96X Winter Meltdown" held at the Ted Constant Center in Norfolk, Virginia:
Shouts out to Karmaloop legend and MindRite CEO Jose Obando on winning the first ever Phillips de Pury & Co. Staff Show award!
t's always a beautiful thing when two respected masters of the craft join forces to create something unique - and that's exactly what went down when Boogie Down native COPE2 invited the West Coast's RETNA up to the Bronx to work on a massive wall together:
Now that Batman hype is in full effect with the theatrical release of The Dark Knight Rises at the end of the week, television network Hub TV took advantage of the hysteria by creating an epic re-cut of the official trailer using footage and voice-overs from Batman: The Animated Series:
"The Rolling Stones have had a lot of great art over the decades, but nothing can top their tongue logo..."
Here's a whole different kind of sticky-icky for your 4/20 festivities - Scotch® tape sculptures
"Street art fights against a status quo that many people think is fine but is actually negative. You can fight this status quo by blogging, writing an article for a local paper, or speaking at local gatherings; however, nothing is as effective as street art in producing change in everyday life..."