The Seventh Letter – Los Angeles

The Seventh Letter videos are back and this one filmed on Los Angeles has a stacked line up of some of the most famous names in graffiti that are pushing the envelope today. With a list of guys such as KEMS, STEEL, JURNE and TRAVER, this video is guaranteed to please.

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Risk MSK – Keep On Keeping On In Canada

Legendary graffiti artist RISK was recently getting extremely busy in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Painting loads of graffiti, doing a large-scale mural and preparing for a show. Peep the science after the jump.

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Bomb The Box – MSK | AROE x GARY

The Bomb The Box video series is back and this time with (very fittingly) London graffiti powerhouses, Aroe and Gary. In this video we have to the writers talking about graffiti in a very personal method and of course, they are painting the “box”.

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LRG Artist Driven – Nekst Tribute NYC

[LRG] Artist Driven members VIZIE, POSE, DABS and MYLA, STEEL, OMENS, Rich Colman, and KC ONE traveled to Brooklyn, NY to pay tribute and celebrate the life of NEKST with a huge collaborative wall in Williamsburg alongside family and friends. The three-block-long wall served as the perfect canvas for the Artist Driven team and over a dozen other heavy hitters from the graffiti community including, FASR, EL KAMINO, CEZE, TRAVE, RIME, REVOK, SCREW, DMOTE, OWNS, NAVY8, HARSH, ACNE, STONER, and WANE who all threw down their own individual dedications to NEKST.

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POSE x REVOK – Uphill Both Ways

Graffiti artists REVOK and POSE of the MSK and The Seventh Letter camps have been extremely busy recently. After re-decorating the Houston/Bowery wall they completed a show at the Jonathon Levine Gallery in New York City. The duo drew a huge crowd with a fantastic reception from fans and established artists alike. Here’s a video recap of their recent projects in New York.

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REVOK x POSE – Houston/Bowery Wall

“It took 80 hours and seven humid, sticky days and nights to complete, longer than it took God to make Heaven and Earth, according to scriptures. But the powerful transformation of the famed Houston street wall [by REVOK and POSE] that took place last week had as profound an effect on many New York fans of street art and Graffiti as the melting of the North and South poles. And that was probably intentional.” – Huffington Post

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POSE x REVOK x Brett Armory @ Jonathon LeVine Gallery

Jonathon LeVine Gallery presents two shots this Saturday, one featuring two graffiti artists, POSE and REVOK in a show entitled “Uphill Both Ways”. The second is entitled “Twenty Four in New York” from fine artist Brett Amory. Both shows are set to be absolutely crazy and last until the end of July.

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POSE MSK – The City Of Gold

Johannesburg, South Africa, which is also known as “The City of Gold” hosts an annual graffiti jam. This year, one of LRG‘s most driven artists, POSE of the MSK and Seventh Letter, went out there to get busy and he did just that. With a number of great spots for a graffiti piece, mural and a bold roller to pay homage to the late NEKST.

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Happy Birthday BATES Wall

What better way to spend your birthday than to paint burners with not only your close friends but some of the best writers in the world. With such a solid line up of dudes like Rime, Wane, Enue and Bates himself, how could it not be a fantastic wall?

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Hense – 700 Delaware

Notorious graffiti artist HENSE of the MSK Crew has been refining his artistic practise over many years and as of late he’s been showing a tremendous amount of talent outside of graffiti. Here we have 700 Delaware is a mural piece by the artist on an abandoned church which not only brightens up the building but the community as a whole.

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