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MOM: A Day With Sabio

Straight out of Philadelphia to the world, Sabio has been pushing boundaries & style when it comes to this global movement we call “writing” or “graffiti.” Residing in NYC for the last 18 years & splitting almost half the year in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil for the last 12, travel & culture has advanced Sabio’s distinct creative approach. Titled “MOM” after her direct reaction from seeing her house tagged, it started for him at that very moment. Here he teams up with Eddie Grams & spends a day searching & sharing some insight on history and what motivates “Supreme Articulation Bouncing In Orbit.”

Sabio Discusses Graffiti, Pixação, and His New Exhibit

I’ve known Sabio (Supreme Articulation Bouncing In Orbit) for over a decade and didn’t even realize it until I met him in person as Sabio. Throughout the years, I’ve seen the Clark Kent-version of him at galleries, bars and and other art events since the early 2000s, but never had an inkling he was the city’s anonymous, billboard bomber. When he recently opened “Something the Sun Would Say,” a new solo show at Castor Gallery, Animal asked if we could do an interview. It was only when he walked into the space that it hit me. “You’re Sabio?” I rhetorically asked. I commended him on being able to keep the secret for so long. “It’s not like I was going to go up to you and be like, ‘I’m Sabio,’ ” he joked. Read the whole article here.

The Future of Now

The Cultural apex of New York City has always flourished downtown. Skate spots in Chinatown to the rooftop’s over looking Brooklyn, the Future is Now. Sabio brings us in to take a closer look. He joins Harlem for a quick juice and rooftop session in Bushwick along side the homie “Sayang.” Back in Soho, the boy “Path” skates us around to hit a few spots. Skating, graffiti and music has always made NYC shine. Ratking provide a sound to this city’s cultural “now.” From hitting abandoned subway stations to spitting bars in the Freedom Tunnel, the future is your’s, while this is happening now.

From Australian videographer/photographer, Nic Gossage, comes yet another raw insight into a world that is hidden yet all around us. This video, shot throughout his trip in New York illustrates his delicate subtlety in seizing New York’s distinctiveness.