Tag: Graff

The 1 Train Gets Graffiti Bombed Not Once But Twice in The Bronx

An anonymous tipster has sent us images of two 1 trains that were graffiti bombed in the past month up in The Bronx.

Although nothing like decades past when entire trains were covered in Graff and roamed through through the belly of the beast of our subway through the city, this still shows that graffiti artists are very daring in trying to capture their claim to fame—even if ever so brief as these trains are generally pulled out of service immediately to be cleaned.

WALLWORKS NEW YORK Official Gallery Launch This Saturday

After a soft launch this past September and with several exhibitions since then, WALLWORKS NEW YORK in Port Morris will officially launch their gallery tomorrow, Saturday, January 10th at 6PM with the exhibition ‘Ikonoclasts’ featuring the works of the late trio of graff artists, A-One, Dondi, and Rammellzee.

When we first interviewed Crash, aka John Matos last year, he told us about his vision for WALLWORKS:

Bronx Street Art Tour This Sunday By MCNY Tours & TAG Public Arts Project

Take a Bronx Street Art Tour and visit the latest TAG Public Arts Project outdoor murals. This special Tour grants visitors an insider’s view of the sites and details of the artist, The process used and country of origin. We share the history and community/business that serves as a backdrop for this unique art form.
Tour the finest TAG Public Arts Project murals, A street gallery of artists from around the world.

Graffiti Bombed Subway Train Found Last Month At E 180th Train Yard In The Bronx

You may remember last year when a 4 train emerged from the yard and into service at Woodlawn with a couple of cars tagged up.

Well this time along the 2 and 5 Line at the East 180th yard in the Bronx, several cars were spotted that were bombed last month and it appears it was done by crew from Spain in Barcelona.

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Join Us On Saturday For A Screening Of Style Wars II At The Bronx Documentary Center

30 years ago Henry Chalfant’s ground breaking documentary, ‘Style Wars’ was released and took the Bronx, graffiti culture as well as the relatively then nascent scene of Hip Hop across the world.

Now this Saturday, the Bronx Documentary Center will screen the sequel to the award-winning film which documents what has transpired since the cultural landmark original in the world of graffiti.