Chicago based graffiti artist Greve recently hooked up with the Soho House and sprayed a corner mural. This mural is a more experimental style than his usual comic book or graffiti style but he uses a brilliant amount of expression and motion to make it seems as if a model is walking around the corner of a catwalk.
The infamous NYC graffiti photographer Martha Cooper recently teamed up with mural artist Ernest Zacharevic on a series entitled Replay NYC. The duo created a couple of pieces paying homage to the earlier days of graffiti such as an amazing portrait piece of Crazy Legs in the lower east side and that same boombox with spray cans on it set in front of an MTA Train.
Street artist Dotmasters recently finished two new murals London. Given two walls by The Croydon Mural Project in the South London town, the British artist painted Ragdoll and Astroboy in continuation of his Toy Town series. The pieces are an obvious play on the well known graffiti term “Toy(s)” and are based on actual toys the artist owns.