Street Artist Paul Richards Collaborates with W Concept

Well known designers and fashion retailers, W Concept, has stirred up the scene with a brand new collaboration featuring well known abstract street artist, Paul Richard. Not many street artists are recognized, which is a part of their underground thrill and appeal, let alone do many of them collaborate with fashion companies, however W Concept has brought several of Paul Richard’s most popular drip paintings (ones usually adorning Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn) a new form of life on the front and backs of high quality tees , plush sweaters, and hoodies. These great pieces below seen below will fit the wardrobe of…

EyeEm Street Art Photo Competition!

Does your city have a ton of Street Art? Or just a small but awesome collection in a specific neighbourhood? Maybe you live somewhere small where street artists only pass through but leave a trail of awesome behind. Whether it be brick wall, train, public bathroom or the ground you walk on, EyeEm wants to see what you see! Street Art is an international language of freedom, expression and sometimes important messages – sometimes total nonsense. It can be painted on, glued on, even welded on but if its art and if its on the street – it’s probably street art!…

Miami Street Art, 2+ Square Blocks of Heaven

We have been in Miami for about a month now, before that the Everglades and all sorts of other places around the state since August, and after having a not so great time here adapting to the East Coast attitude.. , I was happy to hear that one of my favorite artist, Sonni, who moved to Miami from Argentina over a year ago, was back to painting walls here in the US! I hinted on facebook that I was in town and he should tell me where I can see his new work and the next day, a clue I…

12ozProphet found footage, Dirty Dozen in Brazil

For those of you who don’t know (don’t feel bad, they’re fairly new to me as well) The Dirty Dozen is an eclectic group of about 20 street artists, hipsters, fighters, writers and globetrotters. I stumbled on this clip while looking for street art collectives and was fortunate to find some South American footage from a trip 3 members, Os Gemeos, Raven and Sonic, took in 1997, attacking the streets of a city who knows street art as well as it does crime. Check out 12ozProphet to see more videos like this and learn things about the street art world…

New Orleans

left out, originally uploaded by Katya Killer of Light. Street art on Magazine Street in New Orleans. This town is pretty great. Lots of great style, if your in the right neighbourhood. On one end of town you have the areas devastated (and still are) by Katrina and on the other you have hip latte drinking hipsters. The south is really interesting that way. The crime rate is high and just walking to the store in the neighbourhood I’m staying in can be nerve racking. Groups of men with tear drop tattoos (traditionally prison tattoos) and being the only white…

Carrot Clothing Spring 2010

Carrot Clothing’s spring line is a great mix of skate, street and the middle finger. Each design true to the nature of the tee and even truer to the nature of the street. In addition to their main Spring 2010 line they also choose to go a direction  reminiscent  of the founder himself and his experiences, both as an artist and as a person. The first thing that made this company particularly interesting was its back story. The founder and designer, Alex Gligorich, began making shirts for friends and family in a politically torn Syria in the 90’s. His anti-war…

The Originators

The music in the boom boxes, record players and 8 tracks of the past and the first graffiti on the streets and subways of New York mark the beginnings of a subculture many of us enjoy today. The Originators are in those boom boxes, on those records and arting up the walls of the past and we found someone first in line to honor their fine work, The Originators.

Mexico City Street Art

While in Mexico City and surrounding towns, the people I was with, who live there, didn’t often understand my obsession with street art and fashion. Since they were driving this meant that they only stopped for me to take photos of these things when it was convenient for everyone – understandably since many neighborhoods were not the types you stop in or traffic and parking just didn’t allow that sort of thing. I basically mastered shooting from the car. Here’s a few shots of street art and tags i got – some walking, many from the car. These are all…