VICE meets members of the Miami Style Gods (MSG), a graffiti crew based in Miami, and follows them on a night of “bombing” — leaving their tags on highway signs, walls, garage doors, bridges, and more. Crews like MSG are prolific, and go out of their way to tag as many locations, as many times as possible, no matter what the cost. But with the rise of social media and the gentrification of now art districts like Wynwood, where graffiti is essentially permitted, we are now seeing corporate appropriation of this underground subculture that corporate America once looked down upon that is now changing the graffiti world for good or bad.
Ceno and Reams walking the streets of Medellin, Colombia. Check this fresh video out!
OinkArtLtd.com and The New Fresh Paint present: Bay Area Graffiti X Fresh Paint #2. The second installment of this series features work from 2014 and 2015 of locals and visitors crushing in the Bay Area, primarily San Francisco and Oakland. See your favorite writers’ favorite Bay Area writer doing their thing on the streets, transit and more using the New Fresh Paint.