This article was posted by Alan Ket 1 Year, 8 months, 4 weeks, 4 hours, 52 minutes ago.
As you all now know our friend and legendary writer Stayhigh 149 passed away a few days ago. His family is asking for his friends to help them with the funeral costs. The total costs are $10,000 and they have $6,000. I just spoke to the funeral home, Unity Chapel in Harlem, where SH149/Wayne Roberts will be viewed on Monday and they can take credit card payments tomorrow as of 9am. All money should go directly to them in order to make up the remaining funds that his sister Pauline needs to pay for the funeral. It’s easier for the family to do it in this manner.
Please speak to Ms. Jackson at the funeral home tomorrow if you are able to make a payment with credit card to help out.
The info again is:
The viewing is on Monday from 3-8pm.
2352 8th avenue bet 126/127
This article was posted by Alan Ket 1 Year, 9 months, 3 weeks, 2 days, 20 hours, 21 minutes ago.
This article was posted by Alan Ket 1 Year, 11 months, 4 weeks, 3 hours, 10 minutes ago.
Graffiti Tattoo Vol. 2 is an extensive and well-researched reference work that documents the transition graffiti artists are increasingly making into the tattoo world. With their eye for color and mastery of lettering and wild styles, these spray paint virtuosos are changing the face of the tattoo business worldwide. They use a language filled with graffiti style burners and characters that go far beyond the standard tribal designs and sailor styles. While the first book allowed a rare glimpse into this movement, this much larger successor provides a full-blown compendium of this fantastic art on the most difficult canvas of all: skin.
More than 65 of the best artists and international stars of the scene are featured in this book: Adrian 1 aka Exez, All One, Bezerc One Imok, Big Sleeps aka Enemy, Billy »Flip« Mccoy, Carlos Fahrina, Cees, Ch2, Charlie Shazer, Chez 1, Circle, Crome, Crone aka Rossano Rossi Roncelli, Dan Gold, Daniel »Dufo« Grunditz, Deno, Dorian Serpa, Eaz One, Eric Holmstrom, Fel3000ft, Fibs, Fishero, Franz Jäger, Frog, Fuzi, Jesus Cuesta, Juan Carlos, Juse1, Keet D’Arms, Kev Grey aka Pise , Kinjal Mitra, Leets, Live 2, Logan, Los aka Done, Luis Mendonça, Marco Wagner aka Sheas, Mario Desa, Mark 1 , Marode, Maze & Jeks, Mr. Went , Notch 56, Posk, Ques, Richard Sorensen aka Rase02, Sabe, Scotty 76, Serione, Seve aka Doing, Siren, Sky, Smog One, Špendlo aka Kasa, Stigma One, Super Timor , Swok aka Martijn Van Steenwijk, Tim, Timmi Mensah, Turbo, Turkesa, Veiz and Zeyo.
Written by myself and Don Stone it is for anyone who is a fan of tattoo art and graffiti in general. Next time you consider getting a tattoo consult this book or the first one I did, Graffiti Tattoo, at: http://fromheretofame.com/books/tattoo.html
This article was posted by Alan Ket 2 years, 2 months, 2 weeks, 15 hours, 1 minute ago.
Like many of us, Atome (one of Australia’s most renowned writers) takes a LOT of photos. He’s decided to upload over 800 random photos he’s taken, all on random play too. http://www.atome.com.au/atome.htm
This article was posted by Alan Ket 2 years, 2 months, 2 weeks, 5 days, 15 hours, 33 minutes ago.
Two years ago, Lectrics released several t-shirt series in collaboration with writers, such as Poet, JayOne, Serch, Diksa and others.
They issued another series last Monday in collaboration with Dize from the crews: 156, Ultra Boyz, VMD, Grim Team, UV, TPK, KSF. As you may know he is a talented french writer ever. Dize realized 30 original designs, that associate his famous throw-ups with well-known cartoon characters (Bart Simpson, Taz the Tasmanian Devil, Lucky Luke, Goofy…) These are one-of-a-kind tshirts, as each design is only printed on one unique size L T-Shirt. As a consequence, our 30 original T-shirt collection is available on the Lectrics Website. http://www.lectrics.fr/?p=10485
This article was posted by Alan Ket 2 years, 3 months, 3 days, 21 hours, 30 minutes ago.
New York graffiti isn’t what it used to be when there were hundreds if not thousands of active writers painting the trains and streets. Luckily there are still a few die hards that keep the streets interesting. Here are a few in the Bronx.