Posts Tagged ‘vandalism’


Graffiti a Roma 1995-96

Dal video francese “Dirty Handz 3″, le riprese della metropolitana a Roma tra il 1995 e il 1996 con un sacco di graffiti sopra.
Se ti piacciono le bombolette spray, visita il blog XXROMA per vedere molto altro.


Petro show at Unruly gallery

Hit by the windmill a solo show by Petro
After gaining fame as a notorious worldwide graffiti writer, petro stunned the graffiti world with his unique, nostalgic and naïve early-eighties mentality. He then took this approach to the art world. His unhealthy obsessions for all things peculiar, involving childhood drawings, graffiti, Ralph Lauren, the lost and found, pattern repetition and biscuits, have become a major part of his work. His back-to-the-basics method can be seen as a reaction to fundamental questions in the art world like ‘what still counts as art’?
As a homeless nomad petro’s shows are usually overwhelmed with references to the country or city in which he exhibits at the moment. His work is often a direct response to his ever-changing surroundings: where he is, he creates. This makes every show a unique happening. Staying true to his particular art-ethos each show he does functions as a fund for the next one – every time in a different country.


Robo Rainbow

I’ve seen various and creative ways to use a simple spray-can, now is the time of the Robo-Rainbow by Akay, is one of his “Instruments of Mass Destructions”, a.k.a. “complicated technical solutions to aide in simple acts of vandalism”.

Found via Triangulation Blog


War Of Words

On the 11th of September, the WOW european crew is going to release his new book in a limited edition of about 300 copies. I have not seen it yet, but I can tell you it’s a book about the north european graffiti scene illustrated with old and new pictures and with a text from Dumar Brown (aka Nov), a novel writer from New York City. The public release will happen in Utrecht (NL) in a club called Tivoli.

In the following video you can see a performance the WOW crew filmed to launch their editorial experiment.


Graffiti and Rome

Nice graffiti video from NSA crew from Rome with music of Chicoria, Proud and P.King.
“But guys; still having diss with Panda? : )”