Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

Swet goes Red – Day 100

11 March 2010


Rest In Peace Dare

08 March 2010

Sigi von Koeding aka Dare – The Wild Side lost the battle to cancer two days ago. So sad!

His own favourite pieces he made during 2009 >>

Blu Goes Big, Again!

09 January 2010

Andy Gilmore

08 January 2010

Andy Gilmore, the master of abstract pieces, shows us time after time that he still has it. Above you can see what to expect from him. Please have a look on his blog for more of his lovely artwork. You will find it here >>

Ironlak Team in Chicago

06 January 2010

I really like Pose and Ewoks work, excellent Style, always nice colors.! The tune in this clip is really nice to, Lou Rawls – Dead End Street!

From Toy To King!

16 December 2009

Now And Then – Skeme Interview

10 December 2009

“On the video Style Wars, Skeme commented that his work, “…is for me and other graffiti writers…all the other people that don’t write, they’re excluded. I don’t care about them. They don’t matter to me.”

Amazing Work By Gary Fernández

14 November 2009

To see more of his amazing work, please go here >>

Vandal Vacation!(?)

11 November 2009


A Legendary Saber Gets Buffed!

05 November 2009


Some people say its the largest Graffiti painting in the world! Some say its one of the largest. I dont know, I havent seen them all. But I know for shure that this one is really big, or shall I say, Was big! The painting is unfortunately history.

Read more about the legendary Saber Piece made in LA River, and a better image on his Website or click the picture for a short story.

The Secret Cave

02 November 2009


On The Thalys

10 October 2009

“In 3 hours and 15 minutes to finish the painting – the same time it now takes the new Thalys train to travel from Paris to Cologne, SEAK (Cologne), Jonone (Paris), Sozyone (Brussels), and Zedz (Amsterdam) painted four cars of Thalys at Gare du Nord in Paris. Supported by Montana Colors.”

“King Of The Kings” – Seen Interview

29 September 2009

Seen Interview Link >>

Richard “Richie” Mirando, known as Seen UA, born 1961 in The Bromx, New York, is one of the most well known graffiti artists in the world, often referred to as the Godfather of Graffiti, although he did not pioneer the movement.
Seen first started to paint on New York’s subway in 1973. His crew United Artists (or simply UA) quickly gained the reputation for producing full-color throw-ups on whole cars with members such as Pjay, Duster, Sin, and his brother Mad.

For the next 16 years his pieces were running across the city and on all lines, but they were especially prominent on the 2, 5, and 6 lines. He was responsible for dozens of whole-car top-to-bottoms, many of which have become iconic images of the time.
It was during the very early 1980s that Seen started producing work on canvas, shown by galleries and bought by museums and private collectors across the globe. These included not only solo exhibitions but also group shows with artists such as Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Dondi, Quik, Blade, and Lee Quinones. Despite the high demand for his work in Europe and constant world travel, Seen continued to hit the New York subway trains until 1989, long after many had admitted defeat at the hands of the MTA. He was also featured prominently in the 1983 PBS documentary Style Wars.
In the late 1980s Seen also turned his talent to tattoo art, opening Tattoo Seen, which quickly became one of the most successful studios in New York. Seen’s recent work includes three-dimensional sculpture, mixed media work with reclaimed or discarded materials (often found in the street), and a series of hand-painted, limited-edition MTA New York subway maps. He continues to exhibit worldwide and produce work with and alongside artists such as Banksy.

Graffiti Bible

25 September 2009

Subway Art: 25th Anniversary Edition


A Legend Has Past Away

24 September 2009

R.I.P. Iz The Wiz (1958-2009)

East Village Streetart

23 September 2009


21 September 2009