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.
My family might not support it, but they’re going to have to deal with it. And at least I am being true to myself.
Bloody masks, murder scenes, and horror flicks — that’s my kind of art.
Ever since childhood I’ve considered myself a creative being, and now today as I map out my identity I’m questioning what it exactly means to be an artist.
Recruiting artists who’ve never heard a remix come from between lips. Hand ‘em a pen, paper and some tools…
Despite practicing for at least 12 hours a week, nine months a year for the last four years, my sport…