"The graffiti world is still structured by who can paint the best. But it’s especially hard for a woman because you're not the hero; the major actions are still done by men."
There were attempts to censor “anti-Modi” messaging like “Sab changa si (Everything is fine)” in Bengaluru this week. But despite intimidation, provocative protest art is cropping up everywhere.
They were allegedly dragged out of a jeepney and beaten by police officers in plainclothes.
Contemporaries of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Michael Stewart—the subject of Basquiat's painting "Defacement"—reflect on surviving 1980s New York.
The famously anonymous global street artist's situation shows how hard it is for graffiti writers to avoid getting ripped off.
Fear, Romance, Fascination: Across Violent Times we’ll speak to underworld kings, child soldiers, and criminals to explore why humans do brutal things.
Another year, another reminder not to touch the art.
No one calls them 'Tailwinds' in prison. They're 'Jailwinds.'
Australia, let's all gather together to appreciate the men and women creating these living memes across the country.
Joshua Smith thinks there's beauty in decay.
Because commissioned "street art" is whack.