BLACK comic series designer Tim Smith 3 and our design intern, Dominik Vaughan draw themselves as superheroes and explain their abilities.
The goal of the art was to inspire people to think deeply about issues like homelessness and white supremacy.
“It’s about self-expression…You’re doing this for you and you’re doing this to show people what it is to be yourself.”
The name of the toilet art piece? “AMERICA.”
Looking back on Youth Radio’s best Instagram posts of the year, it’s that 2017 has been craaaaaaazy.
I was 14 or 15 when I started rooftopping. It’s a form of urbexing, or urban exploring, where you discover the most stunning, vertigo-inducing view — either by sitting on the edge of a skyscraper or climbing up a construction crane.
Not everyone on the Internet has an artist’s best interests in mind–sometimes not even other artists.
This visual art piece is a part of Lit Mag: The UNTOLD Issue I feel like graffiti art isn’t really talked…
Fo-ques is an interview about an amazing Oakland native street photographer and why he does what he does and how he got started.