I was riding my bike on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn this past weekend when this street art caught my eye. I love graffiti when it’s tastefully done and not defacing private property. The above is a great example of that. The below is a mural I saw on the Billionaire Boys Club blog. [...]
I read a great post on The Cool Hunter on the importance of street art and how adding color to the outdoor landscape can revitalize a space. The article further goes on to challenge readers to make a difference and change the face of your city by reaching out to Access Agency. Click any of [...]
This 13th century Scottish castle was in need of renovation, so its owners decided to raise funds by increasing public traffic with the help of artwork. Created by four Brazilian graffiti artists who stayed in the castle for a month, these amazing collaborations came to life. Since the concrete on the outside walls needed to [...]
Artist Chris Brown talks about his love of art and how it’s inspired his music. He references some of his favorite graffiti artists including Kid Zoom and Ron English. Some cool shots from the video. I was hesitant to post this since I’ve been on the fence about Chris since the Rihanna incident a couple [...]
A friend of mine shared these dope pictures of this street art and skate crew in his neighborhood. These kids have moves. I always wanted to learn how to skateboard. I think it’s one of those things that I’m going to have to let go of though. I can’t imagine it would be a pretty [...]
I was riding my bike around Red Hook, Brooklyn this weekend and saw these amazing murals inspired by Jack Nicholson’s roles in The Shining and as the Joker in Batman (1989). Awesome.