Category Archives: Graffiti

WK Interact

Some brand new work from WK Interact in Mexico City. The piece measures over 200 meters long! I really love his raw and intense style. Be sure to check out his portfolio site, which is also a really well designed interactive site. (via Wooster Collective)

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Doze Green Studio Visit

Doze Green is amazing. You already know this, but man.. can’t say it enough. The studio visit looked like a good time. Be sure to check out Process, the people who made it happen, and who also have a lot of similar work on their blog.

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The Real 100th Post!

It’s finally here! I apologize again for the extremely long delay. So as promised, this post features the work of some very talented people, many of which we at NT know personally, and some of which we would like to know more personally. I would like to thank everyone that submitted work, as well as everyone whose work that I drug on to my desktop for this post; it was done in admiration. I also apologize to anyone who I may have forgotten to get work from. So, to make a long story longer, make the jump to see A LOT of awesome work!

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Calligraffiti

Some very, very nice merging of calligraphy and graffiti hand-style, (just as the title suggests) from SHOE. (via Defgrip; good luck in NY)

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Big Bang Big Boom

Recently the Italian street artist Blu has been getting a lot of attention for his wall-paint animations. Big Bang Big Boom is a look at evolution and destruction. This is his most ambitious animation to date and took literally hundreds of gallons of paint.

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DIY America #12

The good people at WKE continue their D.I.Y. America Series with another episode in which artist such as ESPO, KR, Barry McGee, andĀ Amaze discuss the role of graffiti in defining public and private space. The series is directed by Aaron Rose, the director of Beautiful Losers.

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