Katsu

Curry

A Brief History of How Curry Ended Up in Japan

In Japan, curry and rice is just as much a national dish as sushi or ramen.
Bettina Makalintal
11.2.18
New York

Watch a Drone Programmed to Spray Anti-Trump Graffiti

Well-known vandal improves his graffiti drones to write messages with the use of programmed spray arms.
Leif Johnson
1.22.17
Art

[NSFW] New York Graffiti Artist Speed-Hacks City Wi-Fi

KATSU, the originator of drone graffiti, shows how easy it is to mess with the city's new municipal wi-fi terminals.
Emerson Rosenthal
4.13.16
Art

'Fat Tag' Is Like Graffiti Methadone for Real Writers

"A digital nicorette patch," a "girlfriend mute button," call it what you will—Fat Tag is the digital black book of your wildest inhalant-induced dreams.
Emerson Rosenthal
3.11.16
Stuff

KATSU Shows You How to Make a Graffiti Drone

The notorious graffiti artist's latest innovation could lift vandalism to new heights, but not everyone in the community is itching to get one.
Arthur Holland Michel
6.8.15
Art

Drone Vandalism Is Here and Its First Victim Is Kendall Jenner

Hey, at least she's getting attention.
Jordan Valinsky at Motherboard
5.1.15
Culture

Drone Vandalism Is Here and Its First Victim Is Kendall Jenner

Hey, at least she's getting attention.
Jordan Valinsky
4.30.15
Stuff

​This Poop Painting of Mark Zuckerberg Is the Digital Era’s 'Piss Christ'

The street artist KATSU says he crafted his own feces into a portrait of the Facebook CEO, and the work is on display at a New York art gallery.
Allie Conti
1.23.15
DRONE

The Drone That Will Change Graffiti: An Interview with KATSU

The mysterious artist wants to give a new meaning to drone bombing, starting in Silicon Valley. An interview and video.
Arthur Holland Michel
4.10.14
Art

How Graffiti Artists Are Journeying From The Streets To The Computer Screen

<p>A new generation of street artists, like Blu and Insa, are using the internet as an integral part of their work.</p>
Stephanie Keller
12.6.12