A new Painting of the Week has been long overdue. For this week's painting here's a wall in San Francisco done by the graffiti artist Jurne.
An impressive oil tanker painted to look like a Montana 94 spray paint can.
The Winnipeg graffiti artist, Nes used to call an abandon building on Hargrave street his studio. Back in April, the building on Hargrave burnt down. CBC News caught up with Nes to do an interview to get his thoughts...
Matthew J recently caught up with the team at Joe Huffer’s Paint Shop in Toronto, Canada. The team gives some great insights into the culture of their shop and what graffiti means to them. Read the full interview with...
Matthew J caught up with Art City Co., an independently run art supply company, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Matthew finds out about the graffiti scene in Halifax and what it takes to run a small business.
The artist Fra.Biancoshock has created an interesting addition to a spray can that helps watch your back while you paint. He's rigged up a mirror that attaches to a spray paint which he calls "Spy Can".
Here's a time-lapse of the graffiti artist Rage5 painting a factory spot that no longer exists in Montreal's ever changing Griffintown neighborhood.
Netflix has a brand new original series called American Vandal, coming out that explores a true-crime satire focusing on the aftermath of a high school parking lot being vandalized with penises on each of the cars.