Revolt just released a new limited edition print called “The Smooth Taste”. Dr. Revolt is an original member of the NYC subway graffiti crew (The Rolling Thunder Writers). He is well known for his ultra-colorful tags and elaborate pieces on the NYC Broadway #1 line. His work has been seen in art galleries globally.
Street artist Defer (Alex Kizu) just released a new limited print titled “Principality”. He is a pioneer of the L.A. graffiti scene (K2S, STN and KGB) and consequently influenced the whole movement. His work was featured in galleries around the globe.
Urban artists Risk and Nathan Ota released a new limited print edition named “Stormey”. Risk is a well known american graffiti artist who started spraying on freight trains in the 1980s. Meanwhile he is doing a series of gallery shows called Third Rail. Nathan Ota started illustrating in the year 1993. Influenced by graffiti he ist working for magazines and galleries.
Alex Cherry’s latest limited print edition “Lose Yourself to Dance” has just been released. Alex is a visual artist and filmmaker from Los Angeles. The goal of his work has always been to capture the feeling of a song in an iconic piece of art or design.
Miss Bugs is back with a new screen print named “All Play And No Work Makes Missy A Dull Girl”. Miss Bugs is a partnership between two UK graffiti artists. They often use iconic symbols as a source of inspiration mixing religion with pornography.
Bristol street artist Sickboy will be releasing a new edition titled “All Or Nothing” soon. He is a well known artist which was covered by The Guardian. Besides his art which can mainly be found in London’s East End he also paints on canvases and releases print editions.