Eight Priceless Pieces of Art People Destroyed in 2018
Another year, another reminder not to touch the art.
The Graffiti Godfathers of Miami
We met up with the Miami Style Gods, who have been making their mark on the city since the early 90s.
We Need More Artists Like This Street Performer-Turned Multimedia Wizard
How a formerly-undocumented kid from Queens went from performing on the subway to a solo art show in Manhattan.
Rare Ephemera from New York's Storied Era of Renegade Artmaking
These vintage art advertisements were made by artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol, and Nan Goldin.
Brand Collabs Aren't Always Bad for Graffiti
Windex's curious new #SparkleGraffiti campaign illustrates how writers can get a leg up when brands are footing the bill.
Unearthed Art by Teenage Basquiat Inspired This Exciting New Documentary
A trove of early Basquiat works rescued from an East Village bank vault inspired a filmmaker to explore the artist's formative years.
Marco Mendia 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.
Artists Turned This Neighborhood into Springfield from 'The Simpsons'
"Sprayfield" seeks to reclaim public spaces and foster a greater sense of community in a low-income neighborhood in Mexico City.
José Luis Martínez Limón
Europe's Gnarliest Graffiti Crew Basically Shot an Action Film
We sat down for an exclusive interview with 1UP to talk about their new video "Graffiti Olympics," staying one step ahead of the law, and the future of street art.
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
The $6.7M 5Pointz Lawsuit
We talk about the landmark court decision that represents a decisive victory for street artists on 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast.'
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Landlord Who Destroyed 5Pointz Must Pay Graffiti Artists $6.7M
The building's owner trashed the country's "largest collection of exterior aerosol art" to build luxury condos.
A Hip-Hop Crew Rallies Youth with Peaceful Protest in One of Colombia's Most Dangerous Towns
A homegrown rap crew is fostering self-expression to give new life to the youth of the region.
Felipe Sánchez Villarreal