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The infamous David Choe recently went to Japan and painted the Good Smile Company factory in his signature expressive portrait style. The mural for the business comes as especially important for the American artist as it was his first time allowed back to the country after serving jail time in Japan over 8 years ago. See the master at work while some factory workers watch in awe.

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We recently got in touch with a graffiti artist who goes by the name of S.kape289. A very nice guy who’s currently out in Germany doing his thing, but hails from all over the world and because of this, S.kape uses the terrain all to his advantage to bring life to his graffiti work. Also, he created a mini flip book that starts as a wall and turns into a piece entitled “Flipfitty.” See all the science after the jump!

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We are back with the 16th instalment of our digital publication for your viewing pleasure featuring an all-star line up of features such as interviews from Bicicleta Sem Freio, Neist, Caleb Neelon, Chris Dyer, Christian Guemy, Matt W. Moore, Soten, Anthony Lister, Trav (MSK) and Ron English and an amazing recap of Art Basel Miami 2014 via Beast from Visual Orgasm. Click the image below or HERE to read.

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The Outsiders Krew (a French/English duo) has been working in different slums and low income neighborhoods around the world. A few months ago, we published a video of their “Share The Word Project” in a slum in Nepal. They’re back again now back with a bran new video of the same project, but this time in Bogota, Colombia. The project is sill the same, we work in a neighbourhood for one month at a time, and paint on people’s house the words that they choose. It’s interesting to see which words they chose and why, etc. Stay tuned for the next episode that will take place in January in Cairo, Egypt and click for more images and watch the amazing video!

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For the past number of years the government of Paris has declared a war on graffiti. Saeyo and Rizot are two graffiti artists infatuated with abstract shapes and colour and have decided to play a little game with the city by beating them at their own game. dressed up as city workers and using various buffing colours and strategies the duo create abstract forms to play off the buff done by actual workers. Watch the hilarious video after the jump!

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