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[ 8 Feb 2011 | One Comment | 11,384 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
True Elementz – Miami 2/12


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Crossing Lines

Crossing Lines is a short film that documents Irish artist Conor Harrington trip to Tel Aviv, Israel and Bethleham, Palestine in May 2010.

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[ 26 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 4,816 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
Street Fighter Graffiti

Chun Li, Ryu and Akuma found on Ashley & 27th in Chicago. Phot shot by Oberon

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[ 12 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 3,899 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]

Talk about a waste of money. The Army has to actually get involved in the removal of graffiti. THE ARMY!!! The shit you hear about nowadays are just getting that much dumber.

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[ 2 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 2,576 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]

Just caught this video from the guys at Stompdown on Youtube. Hope you enjoy this as much as i did.

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[ 14 Sep 2009 | Comments Off | 3,772 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
BONKS x RASK x 33third Los Angeles / 33third.com

Mr. BONKS & RASK came by 33third los angeles / 33third.com and did a Montana Paint demo using blackline and goldline cans to do a full wall production. The day turned into a production/bbq/montana paint demo with a nice turnout of friends and people to check out the production in progress and the Montana Paint.
Via: 33third.com

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[ 30 Aug 2009 | One Comment | 5,644 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
MQ x MTN x UP: Artist Cans

Upper Playground and Montana Colors is releasing a second can in their MTN xUp Limited Edition series of cans. This collaborative project will present cans for hardcore fans by four legendary bombers. The second can features works by graffiti legend, MQ.
Angelo Lospinuso from Montana Colors says “somebody may not agree with me, but I think MQ represents the original essence of graffiti, bombing, destroying, getting up, being infamous from the East to the West. It’s not politically correct for me to say that…. but who cares? I love this idea …

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[ 31 Jul 2009 | 8 Comments | 27,354 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]

Is anybody else out there tired of glittered up t-shirts being called streetwear other than me? I’m not tryin to knock anyone’s style here but that shit is not street. I say this because I understand the history of streetwear but also realize where the genre is going these days. For those that don’t know, it all began in the late 1970s and early 1980s with the introduction punk and hip-hop. Both of these musical styles embraced a do-it-yourself ethic brought about by the mainstreams refusal to except them and …