Posts Tagged ‘graffiti’
Tags: Dondi, graffiti, Martha Cooper, Photography
Tags: art, graffiti, Photography, Ruedione
Tags: art, graffiti, LRG, Pose, video
Tags: Color Dial Spray, graffiti
The Color Dial Spray takes a greener approach to graffiti and spray cans. Essentially a refillable spray can, it stores CMYK colours, which can be mixed to create virtually any shade of any colour. It even has two dials on the top, which adjust the hue and brightness of the colour.
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Tags: art, graffiti, Insa, Montana
Over the weekend, Montana opened a new store and gallery in Lisbon. The first to exhibit at the new location is Insa, who created some installations, and displayed some framed works on the walls. While in the capital city of Portugal, he also hit the streets to decorate some of the barren facades.
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At the beginning of the week, we showed you a video that reports the city of Los Angeles had brought in the Army to help remove MTA’s half-mile long bomb on the banks of the LA River. Well, it looks like the job is done. However, instead of removing the piece, it appears they’ve only just painted over it…
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Tags: graffiti, MTA, video
We’ve previously reported on MTA’s huge bomb on the banks of the LA River, and now it seems that the city, along with the Army, are removing the 800 meter long enormous tag at a cost that reaches millions of dollars.
Tags: Book, Carhartt, graffiti
Carhartt reports on a new project they’ve collaborated on with Andrea Caputo, and his new book, All City Writers. Published by Kitchen93, with 1230 pictures, 620 articles, 410 full-colour pages, and more than 250 writers involved, the book aims at exploring New York’s influence on European graffiti in the ’80s. The book is scheduled to release November 7th at Carhartt locations and select book stores. Early next year they’ll launch a European exhibition series with the participation of “All City Writers” contributors at selected Carhartt¬†stores.
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Last week, we reported on the Krink 8-Litre Applicator in black, and today, we get a look at a silver version of the refillable paint canister. This one is also limited to 20 and is signed and numbered. Since the new Krink site launched earlier today, we also have a price tag for this bad boy: a cool $1000. Both colours are now available through the webshop.
pic and info: Krink