Our latest drop are these limited edition 'Artist Series' T-shirts designed by none other that the almighty 1UP CREW! Hit the link to check them out in our online store.ONLINE STORE
Morris Green and Tarns One had a blast creating this large scale work for the guys at X-Convenience. Always a good thing when clients give you the artistic freedom to spread your wings, Morris' realism and Tarns abstract back drop really worked well for their new outlet in Elizabeth.
THE BLOCK PARTY brought to you by 'Statements Made Clear' - Featuring live rhymes, beats, open mic and graffiti! All at Cold Krush this Saturday, 1pm - 6pm.
We just dropped some fresh collectable Graffiti Books and Mags online! Grab something to spice up your bookcase or get the perfect present. A must have in the home of any art lover. From old school Graphotism magazines, French and German underground Graffiti Books, the works of GROTESK, SHOE, MIST and more…
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Fresh release from the guys at Redhot Trains, comes this awesome model Hitachi Train! Perfect for customising or display, don't sleep, these won't last!
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Very happy to get out hands on these high quality, American made graffiti jewellery keychains by 'SILVER NOZZLE', now available in store and online.
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Special Edition Cans from Montana Colors released in conjunction with the new "BEYOND THE STREETS" show opening in Los Angeles. Artists include: Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat and André Saraïva.
Keith Haring (1958-90) was one of the most renowned young artists of urban culture in the 1980s.
Inspired by the graffiti artists whose work covered the New York subway cars, Haring began drawing white chalk on the black paper that covered the blank billboards. The subway was, as Haring said, a "laboratory" to implement his ideas. Prior to his death, Haring founded a foundation by his name to preserve his heritage and help organizations fight AIDS.
Keith Haring died in New York City in February 1990 at the age of 31.
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