The infamous HSA Crew of Toronto, Canada paints the massive “Midas” wall at Keele and Bloor Streets every year. This past year they’ve decided to get video evidence of the craft and released it for our viewing pleasure. Here’s part one of “The Making Of The Keele Wall 2012″.
Graffiti Vice has come out with a brand new graffiti video concept entitled “1 Chrome 1 Noire 10 Minutes”. In other words, graffiti artists get to use one can of black and one can of silver and have 10 minutes to see what they can come up with. DISEK and KSON were the first two guinea pigs. Take a look!
Scaner1 from Montreal is back at it again. A beautiful interior design attack in Empire skate shop in downtown Montreal and a video of some good old fashion street bombing to boot. Peep pics and video after the jump!
We’ve posted RASKO up a couple times before and we’re definitely going to keep it up. His work is not only incredible as graffiti and as art but it’s mind blowing how detailed and big he goes in such high profile spots. Here’s a great video of him flexing his signature style.
Live To Kill Die To Create #1 came out recently and it features some of Vancouver’s finest, NAKS and JNASTY. Shows them getting down on some serious burners.
Infamous Montreal graffiti icon, SCANER is back with more interior artwork at the restaurant Boul Noir. Video after the hopscotch.
If this issue doesn’t blow your socks off, we don’t know what will. With a list of artists that are increasingly becoming some of the most influential names in the game, issue #7 is guaranteed to impress. Including names such as CROME [RT] , Andrew McAttee [Incandescent Artists] , Toronto Graffiti Spotlight, Rakaa [Iriscience] of the Dilated Peoples, Poesia Transcend, Michael Chase and last but not least ASKEW ONE [TMD, SUK, MSK]. Get ready for a visual explosion and stimulation reading. Read the full thing HERE or click image.
Thrasher’s, “King of the Road” is one of those absolutely insane compeitions. A skater’s got to be nut on the board and in the streets. In this Webisode #1, Anti-Hero shows us how to let loose in Portland.
Here’s the first episode of video interview series Spraying Bricks. Feature Australian born, Glasgow-based graffiti and street artist SMUG.
We’re pretty sure we haven’t posted this but it’s a nice video of about a half hour or so of some graffiti destruction from all over presented by Oink Art.