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Graffiti archaeology

Graffiti Archaeology is a project devoted to the study of graffiti-covered walls as they change over time. The core of the project is a timelapse collage, made of photos of graffiti taken at the same location by many different photographers over a span of several years. The photos were taken in San Francisco, New York, […]

Graffiti to boost road safety

Mayor of London Ken Livingstone is trying his hand at “reverse graffiti” for a shock campaign to reduce teenage deaths and injuries on the roads around Christmas. “Every day a teenager is involved in a road accident in London”, he warns. So his Transport for London authority has launched a Don’t Die Before You’ve Lived […]

FREE graffiti coloring book

In a bid to increase the quality and quantity of graffiti, The Fakeproject Corporation of America has issued a graffiti coloring book, free of charge, which allows graffiti artists to practice their tags before application in a real world situation. Please, share this link and this book with your tagging colleagues. They also have a […]

Petition to organize and build a graffiti wall in every town

A petition to organize and build a graffiti wall in every town was put up on a government site in UK by a guy named Paul Slater. If the government built a legal graffiti wall in every town, where anyone is aloud to spray graffiti, it would cut down the amount of illegal graffiti in […]

Santa’s Ghetto 2007

Every year in December a group of artists display their work at an art show called “Santa’s Ghetto”. Here‘s how they explain it: Santa’s Ghetto is probably the world’s most low-concept art event. Every year we assemble a loose collection of the great unwashed to hawk their artistic wares on the high street amongst the […]

The subconscious art of graffiti removal

WebUrbanist has an interesting write up of Matt McCormick‘s film The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal. Although a few years old it can still be found on the Best of Resfest Vol. 3. The short film brings up the interesting concept that one can find art in the painting over of graffiti done by local […]

$350 Fine, $3200 in restitution and 18 months probation :/

A 19-year-old graffiti artist who was arrested in September for spray painting the likeness of Johnny Cash on several Salt Lake City and Sugar House businesses was sentenced Monday. Tyler James Olsen was ordered to pay a $350 fine and $3,200 in restitution and was put on 18 months probation. Judge Randall Skanchy also sentenced […]

H2O implineste 4 ani!

Vineri, 7 Decembrie 2007, echipa H2O te asteapta sa sarbatoriti impreuna 4 ani de sport extrem cu un eveniment in stilul lor special: un jam session de bmx, skate si role, muzica si party. Intre orele 17 si 23, H2O pune stapanire pe strada Bacani-Blanari si o transforma pentru o seara intr-un spatiu guvernat de […]

Lansare: Revista “BLANA”

Se lanseaza prima revista de graffiti, snowboard si life-style din Romania! Revista BLANA! Lansarea oficiala sus pe Casa Poporului la MNAC – 7 decembrie 2007, ora 19.00! Surprinde momente sociale si artistice punand accentul pe sporturile extreme Se adreseaza publicului cunoscator 13-33 ani Este PRIMA revista de acest tip din Romania Vine in sprijinul magazinelor […]

Ket is free! $5,000 fine

As I was saying a couple of weeks ago, Ket, one of the graffiti “godfathers” pleaded guilty. He was ordered yesterday to pay a $5,000 penalty for subway vandalism, doesn’t rue his spray-paint-filled past. “I do not regret it,” Alain (KET) Mariduena said after being sentenced for felony criminal mischief in Manhattan Supreme Court. “I […]