One of New York City’s most unique identifiers is no longer. The graffiti from a very popular tunnel in Washington Heights has been repainted to the ire of some residents.
According to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, there is a significant rise in the number of graffiti murals appearing on the subway trains in New York City. One example according to their internal data shows a jump when comparing the number of incidents that took place in January of this year to the number that occurred in January 2021.
The NYPD for their part are proud of the actions taken and the resources used as they probably had the man power to do so as it was probably a slow day in the City that Never Sleeps yesterday.
While the world is holding on to all their coins SUPREME is making that discipline harder for hypebeasts. The clothing giant is releasing a new graffiti inspired collection.
Sooner or later we all become familiar with the notion that death is a part of life and though we know this to be true it doesn’t make it any easier to deal with it when the time comes. A few days after Juice WRLD passed away Hip-Hop suffered another loss as OG Boogie Down Bronx […]
Meek Mill is on notice after unknown vandals spray-painted his grandmother’s home with a term that is reportedly connected to neo-Nazi groups and the like. The incident took place in South Philadelphia, and Meek has responded angrily to the act itself.
Hearts are heavy in the Washington, D.C. region as local graffiti legend Danny Hogg, best known by his tag Cool “Disco” Dan, has died. Filmmaker Roger Gastman announced the tragic news via his Instagram page Friday (July 28).
“Vandals” have principals, too. A graffiti writer sent a Star Wars-themed “f*ck you” message to ISIS.
New York has been known as the home for some of the best graffiti artists in the world, giving widespread legitimacy to the street art. At the Museum of the City of New York, aerosol artists of the 1970s and ’80s will have their work featured in a six-month exhibit beginning today (February 4).
Despite a well-attended weekend rally to save Queens graffiti mecca 5 Pointz , walls at the colorful and sprawling structure were painted white overnight. Earlier this year, New York officials cleared developers to build a luxury housing complex and it appears steps are underway to start the process.
Graffiti fans the world over have traveled to the borough of Queens in New York to take in the massive 5Pointz Aerosol Art Museum warehouse space. Now, the heavily-tagged mecca of street art is slated to be torn down by developers to make way for a new condominium development.
The foundation of legendary street and visual artist Keith Haring claimed in court that a Florida-based company is selling counterfeit work featuring his namesake. The Keith Haring Foundation filed a copyright and trademark infringement lawsuit against Colored Thumb Corp. and company president Michael Rosen over a Miami art show that supposedly featured Haring’s original work […]