Detroit Graffiti Artist Jeffrey “TEAD” Vaughn Dies From Fatal Fall


A Detroit graffiti artist respected for his work on the streets as well as in galleries has died following a fall through a roof Sunday at a Detroit art space. Visit for more information Jordan (Tead) Vaughn, 34, made a reputation for himself in Detroit’s street art scene over the past 20 years. The […]

Art Official Ear To The Street: El Capo Chino

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Words by: Sha Be Allah Visit for more information From The Source Magazine Issue #269 | 2016   Advertisement From his origins as one of the most prominent bombers of New York City’s post-clean train era, to a decade-long run as one of graffiti’s most respected journalists, you can count on one hand how […]

NYPD Busts Texas Graffiti Writer With Almost 300 Cans Of Spray Paint In Brooklyn


A graffiti tagger suspected of defacing 26 subway cars in four boroughs has been busted — and police found 271 cans of spray paint in his Brooklyn apartment, police sources said Thursday. Visit for more information Jordan McConeghy, 26, was arrested in front of his Bedford-Stuyvesant building Wednesday morning. “He’s addicted to trains and […]

RM67’s Eclectic Elegance Fashion Runway Was A Hit In Philadelphia


Philadelphia was the place to be on Saturday as the University City-based Indigo Bleu Design & Culture Center housed its 2017’s spring and summer fashion. Visit for more information Packed to capacity, the show began with guests who were greeted in the lobby area with custom artwork from renowned street and graffiti artist, SEAL. […]

Check Out The Trailer For International Graffiti Documentary ‘Saving Banksy’


Graffiti, as defined in Webster’s, is the “illegal” marking on a wall or surface, but what happens if that marking is worth thousands and possibly millions of dollars? Visit for more information The Saving Banksy film, which is directed by Colin M. Day, exposes the hypocrisy and greed behind those who want to catch […]

TagsAndThrows’ Summer In New York Part 4 “Bombing With EASY”


In’s fourth episode of their “Summer In New York” series, NYC veteran and graffiti legend EASY bombs up the five boroughs in a very rare interview. Easy has been in the graff game since 1983, which gives him approximately 33 years of bombing experience in NYC and abroad, which he articulates the how and […]

Happy Birthday To Graffiti’s Living Legend COPE2 KD!


One of the most infamous graffiti artists of the 20th century is celebrating his 48th born day today and he goes by the name of COPE2, founder of the world famous KINGS DESTROY crew. Visit for more information Born Fernando Carlo on this date in 1968 in the Bronx, New York, COPE2 began his […]

TagsAndThrows’ Summer In New York Part 3 “Bombing With KLOPS”


In the third installment of’s ‘Summer Of New York’, Queens writer KLOPS is the focus of why he does what he does the way he does it. Visit for more information Even though he’s a fairly new writer, KLOPS has gone “all-city” and has dropped more political pieces than any other millennial writer […]

US PREMIERE: TagsAndThrows’ Summer In New York Pt. 1 “Bombing With OJAE”


After filming graff documentaries featuring artists from all around the globe, Sweden-based brings it back to the Rotten Apple for their most recent graffiti doc series aptly entitled “Summer In New York”. This fivew-part series features some of NYC’s most prolific writers, setting it off with Brooklyn bombing vet OJAE FYC. Watch this never […]

The Tatted City: Tel-Aviv’s Street Art Creates an Outdoor Art Gallery

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Sandy beaches, the extravagant nightlife, and middle-eastern cultural hub are ways to easily describe the Israeli city of Tel-Aviv. Growing over the years from a small town to becoming the country’s second largest city, and global powerhouse in fashion, entertainment, and upscale lifestyle, has been essential in pushing the coastal city into the international spotlight. […]

“Training Days” Graffiti Show Sponsored By Bowery Boogie Uncapped (RECAP)


Hosted by Bowery Boogie Uncapped and curated by Rebel Knowledge, the “Training Days” graff show, which was held in LES NYC, attracted a large spectrum of art fans from across the city; some who could appreciate the fine art and other who could appreciate the legends who once ruled the streets. Visit for more […]

EXCLUSIVE: The Source Interview With Graffiti Legends CRASH And DAZE

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When having a discussion about the advent of graffiti as an art form, which sprung from the ghettos of the South Bronx and the other boroughs around New York City, it’s hard to not talk about graff pioneers DAZE and CRASH. These two Brooklyn natives are among the first generation of artists to take graffiti downtown […]

Bosnian Artists Pay Tribute to David Bowie with Huge Mural

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On Saturday, May 28, a group of artists unveiled a massive mural of the late David Bowie in Sarajevo to commemorate the British musician’s humanitarian work during the Bosnian war. Visit for more information Over 300 people attended the inauguration of the mural, while Bowie’s “Space Oddity” played in the background. Letters on the mural read: […]

ART 212 Gallery Presents TATS CRU(Opening Reception Recap)


Last week, the ART 212 Gallery in conjunction with Outlaw Arts Gallery in the Lower East Side of Manhattan was the site of the opening reception of the World Famous TATS CRU exhibition. The exhibit features works from some of the original TATS CRU members including BG 183, CRASH, NICER, BIO and other graffiti legends such […] Coverage Of “Vandalizing Pratt” Art Exhibit And Panel Discussion


On Friday[January 22, 2016], Pratt Institute hosted the “Vandalizing Pratt” art exhibit opening, which featured a panel discusion with some of NYC’s most revered writers in the Rotten Apple’s illustrious graff history. Artists WANE COD, CES, DONTAY and DASH headed up the panel, which moderated by famed artist Alan “KET” and were all brought together […]

San Fran Investigates Use of Graffiti to Promote New Justin Bieber Album


Did Justin Beiber hire a new street team that keeps it gully and is now killing the streets with graff promoting his new album? Visit for more information Well, yes. After weeks of complaints from San Francisco residents, City Attorney Dennis Herrera sent a leter to Def Jam and Universal Music Group yesterday demanding […]

Off The Wall: TRAP “The King From Queens”


This edition of Off The Wall features one of Queens’ most consistent writers, killing the streets of the five boroughs since 1979. Whether it’s a no permission spot or a commissioned piece, TRAP’s precision and originality stands out like a decorated war vet wherever his work appears. An expert at color blends, TRAP claims that […]

Happy Birthday To Late Graff Legend KASE 2 “The King Of Style”


On this date in 1958, internationally renowned graffiti legend Jeff Brown, better known as KASE 2(or CASE 2) was born in Harlem, New York. KASE 2 is one of the pioneers of the art form known as graffiti that was birthed and popularized in the streets of the South Bronx. Visit for more information […]

Off The Wall: ATL’s OBVS 100 UTL

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For the past decade, not much outside of Hip Hop music and the strip club is popping in the ever evolving metropolis of Atlanta. Fast forward to 2015 and OBVS100 has become one of the most recognized graffiti artists in the Dirty South. Not only has the 35 year old Cali native showcased his own […]