Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Subway Cartoons

Check out this website with hilarious cartoons by someone named Kevin Carroll about the subway that are so on target.
Subway Art Blog

Wednesday, January 26, 2011


How To Create WildStyle Letters -Bending Bars Using Cutouts

Click here to go to our web page to see a brand new FREE drawing lesson that will teach you how to bend bars to create wildstyle graffiti letters. While there, check out all of the other free lessons and free graffiti coloring printables we have posted on our site!!!

Saturday, October 16, 2010

5 PTZ Meeting of Styles finished pieces

We finally had the opportunity to return to 5 PTZ to see the finished pieces that were started in our last posting. The paintings are amazing and spectacular. If possible you really need to go there and see it up close. You can see more pictures on our Flickr page.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

5 Pointz Meeting of Styles 2010

Here are some pictures of the 5 Pointz Meeting of Styles event. This was a great exhibition of creativity in the works. See our flickr page for more pictures.

Friday, May 14, 2010

"Trains Of Thought" Online Graffiti Show

This is a really beautiful collection of art that captures some of NYC's classic graffiti history, presented in a unique way at:

May 13th- June 14th 2010

Thursday, April 15, 2010

New Design High School Rooftop Legends 2010

A graffiti event presented by the New Design High School in the Lower East Side of New York City. The show takes place on the Schools open rooftop - the size of a full city block. The 2010 Rooftop Legends event will feature crews including: FC, TC5, COD, AOK, FBA, TFP, TPA, TATS CRU and more.

New Design High School is located in the Lower East Side
of New York City. With the NYC skyline as the shows backdrop
this is something that cannot be replicated.

May 8th 2010
New Design High School
350 Grand Street

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Ask a Graffiti Artist

This week, Lee QuiƱones, an artist who emerged from the subway art movement of the 1970s, responded to readers’ questions about his life, work and the evolution of graffiti as art in New York City.
click here.