WiiSpray Teaser from Martin Lihs on Vimeo. Dude. Duuude. This is the shiiiit. You put your Wiimote in this thing, and BAM, you’ve got a spray can and can graff with the best of ‘em. Now, this could be weak if it didn’t work right, but let the video above quell any uncertainty you may have — this thing is doper than dope and is about as true to real life as you’re gonna get. Nintendo has not yet picked this thing up, but I refuse to imagine a world where a company like Nintendo would refuse to get in on this product to distribute globally. Check out their site. Check out more pics:
Here are some nice pictures of some work MSK member AROE recently did in the UK. I think it’s safe to say MSK basically runs the Graffiti game; all of their work is crazy detailed and just plain better than everyone else. Check out some more pictures after the jump. [Follow the Coins]
We’ve showed you some nassty light writing before, but never have we seen something like this. Light writing taken to the next level by the likes of Julien Breton — showcasing impeccable form and insane control with the light sticks. Check out his website, but more importantly, check this out:
Instead of making art with art supplies, why not make art supplies art, ya dig? Precisely what Mark Bode and Montana Colors did. Another slightly more prevocative can be viewed after the cut. Just some cartoon boobs… if you’re into that sort of thing. But hey, I just want you to know, that it’s OK to look at it even if you’re not into it… and just because you look at it, doesn’t mean that you are into it. And it’s OK to be into it.
New Banksy was recently spotted in the east side of London. The elusive Banksy remains clever as always with his new artwork that features a child holding a boom box and another featuring a child painting the words “Last Graffiti before Motorway”. More pics after the jump. [supertouch]
Dude is a Mexican illustrator and graffiti artist. To showcase his dopeness, we’re serving up a sample of his wall mural “Bestiario” — which he explains as the beast of his dreams. Dude must be chewin up some Mexican mushroomer boomers to be dreamin about this fatty colorful fox chasin him around town. Check out his blog here. Peep the full mural
Now, y’all’ready know that the SNEAKHYPE crew’s got talent, but check out what some of our local homies are crankin out. Our man IEOR pretty much owns Lawrence, and is reppin the beloved 785 pretty hard. Originally from Chi-town, he’s bringing his big city talent down to the heartland. Look out for some SNEAKHYPE X IEOR collabs to drop in the Spring. Yeah, get excited. Meanwhile, check out
Yeah me. EG. This is a wall mural I did for my man, Beez. He’s got an attic that he calls The Heavens. I used 4 Krink steel tip markers, as well as, a 60mL Krink mop. At the end of the video, you’ll see a skyline of the University of Kansas and a Jayhawk. I wish I could say I did those, but those were done by the most sneakhype chica you’ll ever meet in your life, if you should ever have the pleasure of doing so, Hannah Z. You would be disrespecting SNEAKHYPE a great deal if you don’t click the link to see more photos…
This was a finalist in Swarovski’s “crystal vision” competition. Unfortunately, this crystal graffiti paint isn’t being put into production form Swarovski. But, you can see the winners after the jump. [designboom] The winners are perhaps cooler than this paint–check it out below.
Yesterday, we showed you one of the items that will be released as part of the Stephen Sprouse X Louis Vuitton collab — a ridiculously priced skateboard. I had mentioned that they were going to do a store makeover in SoHo… well they got down to it this morning — check it out, these pics were just released. I would say… so far so fresh. It’d be a smidgen fresher if they let ya boy EG get down with some KRinkage on dem columns… i’m just sayin. More pics below. [pics via 12ozprophet / heads up via highsnobiety]
LICHTFAKTOR, the best-known and simply the best light graffiti artists in the world just dropped a new series of photos called Paddington_London to add to their dopetacular portfolio. This series was a contract piece done for Land Securities. You can view the folio in it’s entirety here. See more pics after the jump.