News Tagged: Street bombing

  • Video: Street Bombing South Korea

    Here is more painting footage coming from SUH and ZEB in South Korea. At the end, you can see them hitting up a spot that became the start of the Come Together project in the City of Gwangju.

    ©12ozProphet - Thursday May 10, 2012

  • Video: 1UP Street Bombing

    Tired of overseas clean trains? Don't be jealous. But wait, this time One United Power crawls out of the dark arteries of the underground to drop some legit street bombing footage.

    ©12ozProphet - Monday May 07, 2012

  • Video: Utah and Ether Street Bomb Throughout Asia pt. 2

    Three months after the first video of Utah and Ether street bombing their way through Asia, Part 2 has just dropped on the Oink Art channel on YouTube...

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday March 13, 2012

  • 12ozProphet Exclusive Interview: New York Street Bomber Easy

    Easy and his partners Josh5 and Joz (RIP) are often associated with the first generation of New York street bombers. Recently, 12ozProphet got to sit down with Easy and discuss his history, his return and his plans for the future.

    ©12ozProphet - Wednesday March 07, 2012

  • Photo: New York City Graffiti Posted by Rooskii in the Writers Forum

    Photos range from the dynamic duo Hert and Atak's black and white blockbuster to the classic NY street bombing legend DCee's iconic fill-in that hasn't changed since the 80's. Also repeating throw-ups by MN, Ader, Bies, and Risk9 emphasize that repetition reigns supreme when it comes to bombing.

    ©12ozProphet - Monday February 27, 2012

  • 12ozProphet Forum Shot of the Day: Skuf, Amaze, Sace, Earsnot, Geshu - New...

    At first this photo may not look like much, but to a graffiti connoisseur this flick may take you back. This is what the streets of SoHo looked like back in 1998. Note the Skuf paint tag, sick Amaze mop tag, Sace 3D and Earsnot T2B tags on the left from before IRAK crew was established. Also worth noting is the handful of Geshu tags (pronounced...

    ©12ozProphet - Saturday February 18, 2012

  • David Choe Takes Barbara Walters To Paint Graffiti

    David Choe has received a world wind of media attention after the story broke that he's holding $200 million of Facebook stock after painting their offices in 2005. Barbara Walters recently met up with Choe for an interview, and to hit the streets.

    ©12ozProphet - Friday February 10, 2012

  • Video: Ceno Crushes the Streets with Fire Extinguisher Fill-Ins

    This video is straight up hardcore street bombing action, with Ceno hitting spot after spot with huge solid chrome fill-ins. 7-minutes in this sick video switches gears as he catches some of the biggest fills we've ever seen...

    ©12ozProphet - Friday February 10, 2012

  • 12ozProphet Photo of the Day: Finok and Ise Go Back-To-Back in Brazil

    Here is our 12ozProphet Photo of the Day. Graffiti writers Finok and Ise of the VLOK crew go back-to-back-to-back on the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

    ©12ozProphet - Wednesday February 08, 2012

  • Video: Katsu - Crack & Shine

    The latest video in the Crack & Shine series focuses on New York-based graffiti writer Katsu. He has definitely made a name for himself, internationally, through both conventional and unconventional means of bombing...

    ©12ozProphet - Monday February 06, 2012

  • Video: Scan Bombs the Fake Store

    The Fake Store just dropped this snippet of Montreal graffiti writer Scan ricking a crisp fill-in on their storefront window. The video was shot by José Enrique Montes Hernandez, who's interview with Scan we featured yesterday...

    ©12ozProphet - Thursday January 19, 2012

  • Video: Scan Street Bombing Montreal

    Fake, the brand you can trust, posted this video of Scan bombing the streets of Montreal to promote his upcoming exhibition opening Thursday night. You may recognize Scan's name from posts on Montana Paint's blog showcasing his wild styles and burners. This video, on the other hand, is purely paint tags and storefront fill-ins. 12ozProphet readers...

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday January 17, 2012