Victoriano “Spanish graffiti artist”
Born in 1981, Victoriano immersed himself in the world of graffiti and street art from the age of 15, anonymously or under different names. He pursued a career in design and luxury branding, holdin…
Inside the Mind of Martha Cooper, Iconic NY Street Photographer & Graffiti Documentarian
Legendary photojournalist Martha Cooper is the best source for a living history of graffiti from '80s New York to current day. In SPRAYTRAINS' illuminating exclusive interview, find out why she prefers it illegal, DIY, and self-driven.
Mr.iös on Instagram: “Old type... Style inspired by @rawsofficial #alphabet #abc #blackandwhite #freestyle #sketchsession #paper #sketch #letters #lettering…”
2,192 Likes, 14 Comments - Mr.iös (@mrioes) on Instagram: “Old type... Style inspired by @rawsofficial #alphabet #abc #blackandwhite #freestyle…”
Dicing with death: the original New York graffiti artists – in pictures
Bil Rock, Min and Kel in the City Hall layup, 1983. Bil Rock says: ‘Our peak years (79-82) were the golden age of graffiti. You could get away with so much. We had our own world. The only time Jean-Michel Basquiat ever went to a train yard was with me. We bombed the entire train. Those were the good old days ... before crack took hold.’
37 Rare and Beautiful Images of the NYC Subway in the 1980s
When most people think of the subway in the 1980s, they think of scary things. A few years ago The New York Times likened the state of the city to "a house of horrors." But as a newly published set of nearly 500 photos show, New York City's underground wasn't always so horrific. It's bizarrely beautiful in all its squalor.