British stencil artist Banksy (as we’re sure you all know) just wrapped up a long enough stint in New York City for tons of people to take notice. What we’re assuming may have been one of his last pieces was his “inflatable throw-up” floating high on top of a building.
OinkArtLtd.com is proud to present “Sleepless In Seoul” UTAH & ETHER’s new Video and Zine available at UTAHETHER.com. The 5th video in the series showcases Cap Adapters (Yellow Adapters) being tested in the city of Seoul, Korea. Cap Adapters allow writers to use traditional caps on spray paint cans with the male valve system. Be sure to check out this new all-action video…
This video presented by Klughaus and filmed by Will Robson-Scott was shot for the “PALINGENESIS” show by the PAL Crew at Klughaus gallery. The video has a lot of fantastic imagery from bombing to the show’s festivities. It also has a sweet 90s skateboard video vibe to it which is pretty neat artistic touch.
Shot with Canon 5D mkII and Nikon D800 and made in Adobe Photoshop and After Effects, Akermark‘s “Color and Concrete in Stockholm Part 2″ shows a lot of hidden and abandoned places in the Stockholm area. Some might call it Urban Exploration. The images are all still images, only…3-dimensional.
Photographer, Landry, from Toulouse has come out with a really neatly shot video entitled “Knee Deep In Empty Cans”. The video has Landry following Iser, Smuf, Spank et Dreph in some abandon spots in Barcelona.
In a new “5 Minutes In” episode from the boys at iLoveGraffiti, we have some serious train action from Sydney, Australia. Featuring a number of writers from the city who definitely put a hurting on it, this video is sure to impress. Writers such as Jayzo, Verge, Plague, Amoe, Deks, Prol, Urge und Sica all make an appearance and you’ll definitely be on the edge of your seat the way the video closes off. Trust us.