Category Archives: Graffiti Tourism

Brooklyn Graffiti Perfume: $220

This is a new low – or a new high – but probably the former. I hope a NY writer got paid well to do the design – otherwise it is a shame that yet again graff is ripped – … Continue reading

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MANIFEST HOPE Inauguration Art Gallery and Nationwide Art Contest

When: January 17 – 19th Where: MANIFEST HOPE: DC Gallery 3333 M Street NW Washington DC 20007 From their site: “MANIFEST HOPE:DC and its partners MoveOn PAC, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and Obey Giant launches a contest today, … Continue reading

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OBZfestival 2008

BOMB IT will be screening at the OBZfestival on December 7th. “The annual OBZfestival is held in the Cape Town suburb of Observatory on the first weekend of December. Marking the beginning of the Cape Town summer, OBZfestival features live … Continue reading

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Doze Green and Blek le Rat: Two Solo Exhibitions at Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Doze Green N.O.O.N Solo Exhibition October 18th —November15th , 2008 Opening Reception: Saturday, October 18th, 7pm—9pm Blek le Rat Paris-New York, New York-Paris Solo Exhibition October 18th—November 15th, 2008 Opening Reception: Saturday, October 18th, 7pm—9pm Jonathan LeVine Gallery 529 W. … Continue reading

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Inside Berlin’s graffiti war

With Berlin considered by many to be Europe’s ground zero for graffiti, David Wroe looks at the German capital’s uphill struggle to keep up with the city’s prolific taggers. A dirty duffle bag sits on the floor of Marko Moritz’s … Continue reading

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