Legendary musician and artist David Byrne has created an installation called ‘Tight Spot’ that he blew up all by himself. It is a giant inflatable globe that barely fits under the High Line at 10th Avenue and 25th Street.
Russian graffiti artist JAYER of the MVP Crew knows his way around the city of St. Petersburg as well as his way around a can of paint. In this video we have the artist spraying his moniker all over from rooftops to bridges.
Simone Decker is a conceptual artist born in 1968 in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg and now currently living and working in Frankfurt/Main. Among many other fantastic projects, Decker created these amazing and large-scale pieces of chewing gum in Venice.
Our man and interviewee of issue #3, Sean Hart, has got an old series of typographic works on recycled mattresses that has recently surfaced through the grapevine of the internet and we love ‘em so much we’re of course going to post them.
Johnny Abrahams born in 1979 in Tacoma, WA, is an artist who creates trippy and mind bending painting with the bare essentials of black and white. He has been exhibiting all over the United States and currently lives and works in New York.
Our men and interviewees from Issue #4Block By Block have just come out with a super experimental video that’s got a lot of funk from benching to bombing to just straight bizarre activities. We’re just you’ll have fun watching this puppy.
“A mix of clips of the New York City subway system on film, mostly from the ’70s and early ’80s, when graffiti was a mainstay on train cars and everything underground was, for the most part, grittier and more worn than it is today. The exact date range is 1966 to 1984…in other words, Lindsay to Koch.” – Jonathan Hertzberg
The celebrity-obsessed fartist Hanksy has teamed up with Pharrell and his I Am Other creative team for “It’s a Punderful Life.” Check the video learn about his borderline obsession with Tom Hanks and lend light to an otherwise dark and mysterious, but punny career.
Vandals is Nils Müller’s new book. Like his first publication, Blütezeit, it depicts the curiously global phenomenon of graffiti on trains – a movement that remains illegal even as it penetrates the world of mainstream art.