Month: January 2016

Sketch Markers Review

Now anybody who’s ever drawn anything with a bit of color has had to have used some type of marker to add some color to their drawing, whether it’s a blackbook piece, an architectural drawing/rendering or a Priority Mail label to slap on a stop sign. With all the choices available today it’s hard as […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Spraypaint

There’s alot more going on inside you can of MTN or Belton that you think. Some people think you just push down on the cap and paint spews out and although that is the general idea, there’s actually a bunch of science and chemistry behind getting the paint inside the can to spray onto your […]

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Remembering When New York City’s Subways Were Covered in Graffiti

Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant found their niche as graffiti photographers by accident. Cooper was a staff photographer for the Daily News in New York when she met a young man creating some graffiti. (The artists are often referred to as writers.) “He showed me how he was designing his name to put on a […]

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NYC Snow Day|Amuse126-w-Merlot

You gotta love when there’s a blizzard and all the sheeple get scared, rush to the supermarket for the bread & milk and take cover in the comfort and safety of their homes, leaving the streets wide open for glorious sprees of vandalism.

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Train No. 623

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