Tag: graffiti

I’ve been following Stephen Powers ever since his graffiti days, going then by the name of ESPO and painting tons of rolling gates and walls here in NYC (and most likely beyond the city as well). As far as I know, it’s been a while since he’s written as ESPO, and that’s for good reason, […]

Vacant View is an inspirational documentary that shows the creative and innovative ways street artists, activists and community members utilize their available resources with the hopes to draw attention to the vacant housing epidemic in Baltimore.


Opening tomorrow at the Museum of the City of New York is a wonderful exhibit of Martin Wong’s collection of graffiti and street art culture. His entire personal collection which stemmed almost solely from being a fan of street art was donated to the MCNY in 1994. It includes Keith Haring, Lee Quiñones, LADY PINK, and […]

detroit graffiti

A Photographic Look At How Graffiti Is Healing Detroit. Reading this article makes me want to visit Detroit again. I’ve got a car. I’ve got a sleeping bag. I’ve got a camera. What’s stopping me? NOTE TO SELF: I Love Detroit Michigan is a helpful resource.