OATS x AIME in Philadelphia’s Red Bell Brewery

By - Friday, May 22nd, 2015

In Philadelphia’s historic Red Bell Brewery, you’ll find this production by the duo, OATS and AIME. The piece stands out vibrantly from the rest of the room, and fills up a good portion of the wall. They keep their styles simple and bold, while accenting  the background with bright colors. The two have created a reputation for themselves, traveling to popular spots to paint impressive pieces for others to see.

Both have been receiving a significant amount of attention in Philadelphia by putting up tags, throws and generally bold pieces. They’ve been known to use mops, markers, cans and extinguishers throughout the city. OATS and AIME continue to exceed Philadelphia’s graffiti standards by incorporating impressive throws into their graffiti routines, in lieu of the time-honored tradition of simply tagging. Their work can be found all around the city in many forms and sizes. The factory seen here was founded in 1933, but closed its doors in 2002 after filing bankruptcy. The facility still stands today in Brewerytown, Philadelphia at 31st and Jefferson.

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