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Graffiti pioneer “Stay High 149” R.I.P.

Seminal graffiti artist Wayne Roberts, better known as “Stay High 149,” the tag he painted on New York City subway cars throughout the early ’70s, died June 11th from complications of liver disease in the Bronx, N.Y. He was...

DOUG PRAY & ROGER GASTMAN – INFAMY

INFAMY is an intense journey into the dangerous lives and obsessed minds of six of Americas most prolific graffiti artists of late. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Doug Pray (Hype! and Scratch) who teamed up with writer, publisher, and graffiti...

Graffiti Chocolate Bars

 “It’s a touchy subject because a lot of people feel that there’s been this commercialization of graffiti and felt that partaking in this kind of project would just be aiding that. “ Posted by Scott Goldstein, March 25th, 2007...

Michael Martin – Iz the Wiz

“Look at any movie shot on location in New York from the late 1970s to the early 1980s, and you will very likely see an Iz tag,” By WILLIAM GRIMES Published: June 29, 2009 In the 1970s and ’80s,...

The Boombox Project

The Boombox Project: The Machines, the Music, and the Rise of Hip-Hop (Hardback) Lyle Owerko is a Photojournalist and Commercial Photographer based in New York City. Lyle spent many years photographing and collecting a remarkable set of vintage boomboxes,...

Street Art By Zoriaz – Rennes (France)

  Street Art By Zoriaz – Rennes (France) – Street-art and Graffiti | FatCap.

The Story Of Wild Style

 The Story Of Wild Style The Hip Hop History Wild Style | Hip Hop Blog. Posted by Lee Copeland on Feb 19, 2011 in Hip Hop History   Well into its thirties, Hip Hop has grown into a forever...

New York’s ‘United Nations of graffiti’

Spray the town red: New York street art New York graffiti artist Meres One shows us a slice of the city rarely seen by visitors – 5Pointz in Queens, the largest street art exhibit space in the world

London Tube Graffiti Writers

Old School London Tube Graffiti I was never a writer myself but when I look back at what made me feel comfortable and real in my own city it was riding on the trains and seening ART all around...