News Tagged: MSK

  • 12ozProphet Photo of the Day: Martha Cooper and Joe Russo Shoot Retna on...

    Retna couldn't have asked for a nicer weekend in New York City as he made his mark on the historic wall on Houston Street and Bowery. The 12ozProphet team posted up with two of our favorite photographers Martha Cooper and Joe Russo observing the artist at work. Check out Martha Cooper's post on Day 1 of Retna's work and stay tuned for a full recap...

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday March 06, 2012

  • Photo: Chaos, Flying Fortress, and Nekst Bomb Detroit

    Flying Fortress visited Detroit where they got down with two of the hardest bombers around, Chaos and Nekst MSK. Bombing the motor city, those beveled straight letters are so consistent they look like they were photoshopped.

    ©12ozProphet - Monday March 05, 2012

  • Martha Cooper - Farewell to Faile as Retna and Retinue Arrive

    Retna could not have asked for a nicer day to start his mural on the celebrated wall on the corner of Houston and Bowery. Martha Cooper was on hand to capture Retna in action. See her pictures from Day 1 along with her commentary after the jump.

    ©12ozProphet - Sunday March 04, 2012

  • Famed Bowery and Houston Wall Scrapped Clean - Word Retna Is Next

    Today the famed Bowery and Houston wall got a clean slate as the Faile mural that had previously occupied the real estate got scrapped and painted over in preparation for the next artist, which rumor has it will be Retna

    ©12ozProphet - Friday March 02, 2012

  • Video: Pose, Vizie, and Nekst in Reverse

    This unconventional video stars Pose, Vizie, and Nekst, three of the sickest writers in the game. What makes this video so different is that all of the footage is played back in reverse a la Spike Jonze in Pharcyde's Drop.

    ©12ozProphet - Thursday March 01, 2012

  • 12ozProphet Forum Shot of the Day: Roid's Picture Perfect Clean Train

    This photo is sick! If someone painted a clean train in a science fiction movie, this would be it. This Roid piece is ridiculously clean, and fresh, and I could actually imagine the train line letting it run...

    ©12ozProphet - Wednesday February 29, 2012

  • Photo: Steel, Vizie, and Pose in Bangkok

    The 12ozProphet team is always psyched to see the latest updates of what Steel, Vizie, and Pose are up to. Their latest exploits have brought them to Bangkok. Check out photos from their trip after the jump!

    ©12ozProphet - Saturday February 25, 2012

  • 12ozProphet Forum Shot of the Day: Skrew and Wyse in Philly

    Here is our 12ozProphet Forum Shot of the Day. Skrew MSK and Wyse D30 going big (as always) with these chrome trackside stompers. This photo was posted in the Philly thread in the Writers Forum by klobersaurus.

    ©12ozProphet - Saturday February 25, 2012

  • Photo: Italian Spraycation via The Seventh Letter

    Fresh Italian clean train action courtesy of The Seventh Letter blog. Peep the Viper top-to-bottom and the super sick Aroe (MSK, HA) train with his letters oozing, shining, and Keyboard Cat clutching an uzi.

    ©12ozProphet - Wednesday February 22, 2012

  • 50 Fresh Flicks: Trav MSK

    Trav MSK is the artist behind the visuals for the set of the music video for "Slight Work". We sorted through his work to bring you our latest installment of 50 Fresh Flicks.

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday February 21, 2012

  • Music Video: Wale ft. Big Sean "Slight Work" (Graffiti by MSK)

    The latest music video from Wale featuring Big Sean for their track "Slight Work" is shot against a graffiti backdrop painted by Trav and Dame MSK. The room is completely bombed with the title of the song and the artist's names painted in straight letters.

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday February 21, 2012

  • Video: Rime 50 Characters in Miami feat. Live From the Streets

    Old news new video. With Rime revisiting the idea of filling a wall with repeating characters this video brings the photos to life and shows Jersey Joe doing his thing and gives you an idea of the atmosphere during the long weekend in Miami.

    ©12ozProphet - Monday February 20, 2012