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
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.
The creator of Computer Rock. Master of Super Duty Tuff Work. Whether or not your’re a lover, hater or participant of graffiti culture… if you’ve watched the movie WildStyle there’s one star of the movie you should most likely remember. The enigmatic “King of Style”, Case 2 (TFP) lit up the mandatory documovie classic as he taught graf theory and told his story that will continue t
The Kidult you love to hate is back and once again is sparing no establishment. After the Supreme job, the MoCA mission, and scraping the face off of a few other high end retailers, he’s going gully on Paris boutique, Kenzo. Once again he’s not tolerating the mainstream use of graffiti / street art culture for capital gain. The first part of the vid promos Kenzo’s new fragrance, Flower Tag. You can
Mike Giant (Giant One) talks candidly about a current situation going in San Fran with a toy who’s name we won’t mention. “He’s a TOY and he’s gotta be stopped.” Every now and again you have to take it back to the bricks. Simple rules of engagement. We loose sight of these things due to the innanets. Dope video all day. (via LayLo, welcome back)
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