Banksy – Inflatable Throw-Up

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.

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Iori Tomita – New World Transparent Specimens

Iori Tomita is fisherman-turned-artist in Yokohama City, Japan. Tomita creates magnificent pieces of art using the skeletons of various dead aquatic species, which he preserves and then colors with bright shades of dye.

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Year-Round Metal Enjoyment – Official Trailer

A documentary about New England, vandalism, and an obsession with trains. Year-round Metal Enjoyment follows several freight train graffiti artists into a world of steel and spray while exploring the Northeast’s many ties to the railroad earth. With over a year and a half of shooting (and rising), more than a dozen interviews from some of the area’s most notorious artists, as well as railfans and workers, Mint Films gives an in-depth look into this obscure and elusive world.

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Jonathan Hertzberg – Dirty Old New York Subway

“A mix of clips of the New York City subway system on film, mostly from the ’70s and early ’80s, when graffiti was a mainstay on train cars and everything underground was, for the most part, grittier and more worn than it is today. The exact date range is 1966 to 1984…in other words, Lindsay to Koch.” – Jonathan Hertzberg

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Pixel Pour

We found these images on Tumblr and tried to follow the grape vine of the internet and still can’t figure out who the artist is. All we know, is the images were snapped on Mercer Street in New York City and the artwork is cool as hell. If anyone knows, please let us know for us to credit the artist.

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Luciana Frigerio – Folded Book Art

Luciana Frigerio has been taking photographs for two decades focusing in black and white photography. This new body of work of folded book art is a beautiful way of mixing photography skills, sculpture skills and a keen eye for typography.

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