We’re not usually that into watching videos of commuter trains. Generally speaking, we find them kinda boring. That being said, some of the actions in this video are beyond out-of-control, further confirming our belief that Russians are fucking insane (we mean that in the best possible way, of course). Seriously though, check it out.
As the first American graffiti movie released intentionally for free on YouTube,”Freshly Painted” is a glimpse into the lives and activities of real, street level American writers using Fresh Paint and a variety of other brands. In a day and age where every wheat paste collabo and “graffiti” art show is sponsored by 20 different brands and has like 10 videos made about it, it’s nice to see a company like Oink Art Ltd. supporting raw, uncut vandalism (aka: actual graffiti). Our favorite of the anonymously-submitted clips from the movie is above (yes, we are obviously biased and no, we don’t care), but be sure to check out the entire 30 minute movie over here!
More often than not, our favorite pictures of graffiti tend to have very little graffiti in them. Which is perhaps why Phil America‘s photographs really resonate with us. No tilt-shift lenses/30 color burners/photoshop wizardry; just a guy and his camera, in the trenches, trying to capture on film that elusive feeling of being there. Be sure to
lurk on check out his website and tumblr!