Bringing some different content to the graffiti community. Showcasing 5 notorious graffiti rivalries across more than 5 decades of spray art. I’m obviously not a graff historian, so while I’ve tried to research this info to get it as accurate as possible take it with a grain of salt. Let it intrigue you but provoke you to do your own research and come to your own conclusions, this word ain’t gospel!
California based artist Remio steam rolls through the Motor City. Leaving a trail of work ranging from hand painted multiples to illegal graffiti. The man is a machine when it comes to his craft. Enjoy some antics in our studio and on the streets last February.
Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, and it really feels like a capital, it’s a cosmopolite city full of life. You’ll find everything you need, and more! One minute you’ll think you’re in Paris at a charming café and the next you’re at the hottest nightclub in Barcelona! Buenos Aires was populated by immigrants mostly from Spain, Italy and other european countries centuries ago which makes for a city full of contrast and a very european vibe, both in architecture and food culture. Buenos Aires is big, and some barrios (neighborhoods) aren’t very safe but don’t worry, there’s enough walls to go around in San Telmo, Recoleta, Palermo, Chacarita and Vila Crespo! Barrio Palermo, Chacarita and Vila Crespo are great for a walk along the train tracks, you’ll find loads of graff, but also many empty walls for you to bomb!
Steph is a traveling photographer that’s documenting the worlds largest art collection, one street at the time. Check out allyouseeiscrimeinthecity.com for online travel guides and great photos! Follow her on Instagram for daily updates from her trips!
Cukui presents “The Reaction for Actions” featuring one of America’s most active writers in action, Begr.