Graffiti

Inside Outsider

Interviewing the Eshayz Behind Cult Game 'Big City Earnerz'

“Dodge the jackz n collect max pingaz.”
Mahmood Fazal
3.21.19
violent times

Our New Podcast Interrogates Australia’s Obsession With Violence

Fear, Romance, Fascination: Across Violent Times we’ll speak to underworld kings, child soldiers, and criminals to explore why humans do brutal things.
VICE Staff
1.15.19
Art

Eight Priceless Pieces of Art People Destroyed in 2018

Another year, another reminder not to touch the art.
Peter Slattery
12.20.18
Inside Outsider

Nike 'Jailwinds' Are the Crown Jewel of Australia's Prison System

No one calls them 'Tailwinds' in prison. They're 'Jailwinds.'
Mahmood Fazal
11.14.18
Australia Today

Please Take a Moment To Appreciate This Artful Vandalism Of Clive Palmer Billboards

Australia, let's all gather together to appreciate the men and women creating these living memes across the country.
Wendy Syfret
8.17.18
Art

The Artist Creating Miniatures of Australia's Forgotten Buildings

Joshua Smith thinks there's beauty in decay.
Mahmood Fazal
8.12.18
Inside Outsider

Are Eshays Australia’s Most Prolific Performance Artists?

Because commissioned "street art" is whack.
Mahmood Fazal
8.8.18
Australia Today

The Man Who Defaced Eurydice Dixon’s Memorial Says it Was an ‘Attack on Feminism’

Dickhead.
VICE Staff
7.4.18
Photography

This Photographer Spent Nearly Ten Years with Europe’s Graffiti Youth

Marco Mendia shares his grainy snapshots of rebellious graffiti youth in metro tunnels and abandoned warehouses.
Beckett Mufson
4.12.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

These Dickheads Scrawled Graffiti Over the Body of a Beached Whale

They carved "Ana Ti Amo" (I love you Ana) onto the whale's skin and sat on its head posing for photos.
Mac Hackett
2.21.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Landlord Who Destroyed 5Pointz Must Pay Graffiti Artists US$6.7M

The building's owner trashed the country's "largest collection of exterior aerosol art" to build luxury condos.
Kara Weisenstein
2.15.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The West Australian Police Are Paying People To Narc On Graffers

The state's latest anti-graffiti campaign video is glorious, sexy, and cringeworthy.
Wendy Syfret
11.6.17
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