Ronny J. Holmes

  • A New App Called Airpnp Can Help You Pee at Mardi Gras

    One thing that is absolutely not tolerated during Mardi Gras is public urination. A simple piss break can land you a night in the drunk tank. Luckily, a new start-up called Airpnp has your back.

  • Carnage Six Zine Release: The Very Best of NYC Graffiti

    Tonight, Carnage NYC is hosting an event for the release of their sixth zine installment. Comprised of 35mm photos from Fernando Lions' personal collection, Carnage 6 documents the state of NYC street bombing between 1998-2006.

  • Conceptual Vandalism with Sabe Kst

    We talked about the time he shattered both his ankles by jumping off a three-story building in DC, when he and Kaze bombed the Bowery Mural during the 2012 New York blackout, and how he got shot with an assault rifle over a writing beef.

  • Cam'ron is Still Harlem's Diplomat

    We met with the Golden Boy and spoke with him about his legacy, wearing pink, and pioneering the "punchline flow."

  • Pixote: American Pixação

    Pixote is a graffiti writer based in New York City who employs pixação, a style that was birthed in Brazil's sprawling dilapidated metropolises and characterized by a simple typography that looks like a mixture of windings, nordic runes, and cave...

  • Graffiti's 'Ikonik Figure'

    It's hard to ignore Trap's incessant graffiti efforts over the past couple decades. We sat down with Trap for his first-ever interview, which contains several historical highlights and details that have never been publicly addressed.

  • Meet MrPimpGoodGame, King of Selfies

    He's the self-proclaimed "King of the Selfie Movement."

  • MrPimpGoodGame Is the King of the Instagram Selfie

    MrPimpGoodGame's prolific Instagram gallery has garnered a cult following due to his signature look. We reached out to the incredibly photogenic man to get his thoughts on his newfound fame, business ventures, and women.

  • U-God of the Wu-Tang Clan Is Finally Speaking His Piece

    With his new album, Keynote Speaker, out today, we caught up with U-God to talk about the state of rap, the paradigm shift that the record industry is undergoing, squashed beefs, life on the streets, and what the future holds for him and the Wu...