GUESS WHO’S BACK? And we’re skipping the formalities and going straight for the GUSTO! The man behind MOCA: Art In The Streets and producer of Exit Through The Gift Shop is back with a new venture in 2012. Roger Gastman hits the documentary arena with Wall Writers: Graffiti In It’s Innocence, a detailed journey to the era before vandals actually became graffiti writers. Beginning in the 1960’s
Normally we don’t get down like this, but hey we’re grown. Not to mention this is all about art and aesthetic. That said, this is Algerian x Moroccan Sabrina Nait. Current projects, measurements, and affiliations aside…God is Great!!! Enjoy.
In the late 80’s 2 sets of fashion hungry kids from Brooklyn teamed up to become one of the strongest forces NYC would see to this day. The crews, Ralphies Kids and Polo USA formed the Lo-Life’s [read more]. Draped in primo POLO by Ralph Lauren they created a culture for themselves that continues to span generations.
Unless you’re Paul Oakenfold, Carl Cox, or even Diplo for that matter, being a career DJ can suck sometimes. Long hours, less than reasonable pay and of course the cut throat, gig stealing haters. Well don’t stress. Here’s a little something to give you a one up.[slider_pro id=”4″]German artist Nik Nowak may have just added a whole new level to the game with his Panzer Soundtank. At lea
In a perfect world the name Vaughn Bodé would be as well known as Barak Obama. In the arenas of graffiti and underground art the Bodé name is a title of royalty that has been inspiring artists since before his death in 1975. Since then, his heir apparent Mark Bodé has carried on the family tradition to the fullest and has even taken it a step further to finish a few of his dad’s unfinished works.
Dr. King said, “judge a man not by the color of his skin but by the contents of his character.” In this case, judge a man not by the color of his skin, but by his artistic ability. “The final selection was done by a mostly African American design team and was based solely on artistic ability.” There was alot of drama over the fact that a Chinese sculptor was chosen for the project. Later for t
Taking a break from the bullsh*t and the beefs, The UK king of street swing Banksy’s step back from graffiti / street art, and drops a hilarious “documentary” centered around the history of contemporary pranking.