Piecebook: The Secret Drawings of Graffiti Writers

Original in concept and design, this living history of the graffiti movement mimics the actual sketchbooks graffiti artists use to perfect their work before it goes public. Before it hits the wall, graffiti is often painstakingly planned out in a sketchbook or piece book. Well-worn and dog-eared, these books are passed along from artist to […]

MUTO: a wall-painted animation by BLU

A short film by Blu: an ambiguous animation painted on public walls. Made in: Buenos Aires and in Baden Music by: Andrea Martignoni Produced by: Mercurio Film Assistant: Sibe

Tsarevo, Bulgaria: Graffiti festival

Bulgarian seaside town of Tsarevo hosts an international graffiti festival titled ‘Meeting of Styles’, the press center of the Municipality of Tsarevo informed. It is the third time the Meeting is coming down to Bulgaria, only now gurus in the genre, such as the Germans SAT ONE and HERAKUT, DRAN of France as well as […]

Legal graffiti in Birmingham

Martin Mullaney on his blog called Created in Birmingham brings news about a Graffiti Art Festival, to be held in Kings Heath Park on the weekend of 15th-16th March from 12 noon to 6pm each day. From Martin’s blog: A Graffiti Art Festival has been organized for Kings Heath Park on Saturday, Sunday 15th, 16th […]

Graffiti from Istanbul

The following are taken by jsmooth995 and were posted on hip hop music dot com. Some Turkish graffiti he came by during his trip to Istanbul, Turkey last month. Thanks for sharing.

Swiss embassy car park: Banksy was there

Swiss ambassador Bruno Spinner asked a group of graffiti artists in 2001 to help deal with Switzerland’s public relations nightmare: i.e. Swiss Banks held Nazi Gold in World War II. Spinner recruited a group of graffiti artists to create new works in the Swiss embassy car park as a sort of image makeover, and the […]