Well respected graffiti veteran Tizer, of UK’s IDiots Crew and Melbourne’s SDM, busts out a signature piece and character, along with a quick burner on the way out for Key Seventeen. This guys is a good example of how and why respect is earned in graffiti, longevity and skills are key. Key Seventeen Tizer
Two of MSK and HA’s biggest and best get together to paint the bejesus out of a container in London, while giving us an insight into themselves and their graffiti lifestyles. Aroe – Gary
There’s something to be said about hand drawn super fine, super clean work like this, it really is astounding. Someone bring him down her for show! Mr. Penfold
So this is a little old and this Current-y Affairs type of story has been well over played, but this is still a great look into the lives of one of Britains biggest crews.
LONDON EVENT // Alex Partola ‘Ghost In The Machine’ Book Launch and Photography Exhibition @ Studio 74, London
Those who have been following this blog for some time now would know that I rarely post about events, flicks or all of the above from outside of Melbourne, apart from video’s. But when one of your photographic heroes, in Alex Fakso, emails you about their up and coming protege’s show, well… you just have … Read more
I talk about clean work a lot, but there are few as clean as Eine, while his work blurs the line between street art and graffiti, the words [or even tags?] that he puts up tend to contain more substance then most. Check out the video below to see what I mean.
The initial Carbon Festival line up featured a ton of talent from around the globe, Shawn Stussy, Eddie Huang, DabsMyla, Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant, to name a few. But it was the late edition of photographer Will Robson-Scott that literally tipped me over in making sure I got to this years festival. For those … Read more
I think I’ve said it before but 45RPM from Bristol’s What Crew is one of my favourite writers, so seeing any new work from him, particularly this whopping plane is always a treat. 45RPM - What Collective
Anyone who mildly follows this blog knows that I am a big fan of the team up at Topsafe in London, whether its the Crack & Shine video or book series, I’ve seen and bought them all, included a fantastic Horfe print. So when it was announced that they were collaborating with the great Hurt You … Read more