Inspired by the work of VILE/a>, Slovakian street artist DOKE took on a fun and difficult spray paint challenge. The goal? Create a photorealistic scene that makes it look like holes are cut through a wall so you can see the building, grass, and trees behind it. Of course, the illusion requires the light and viewing angle to be just right.
A limited-edition titanium version of Boldr Supply Co.’s Venture watch, created with graffiti artist Kenji Chai. The watch features a dial designed by the artist, a matching titanium link band, and comes with a custom NATO strap also designed by Kenji. Also inside the box: an action figure of his alter ego Chaigo, and a set of stickers.
Loved Jet Set Radio? This upcoming game captures the style and spirit of the classic skating and tagging game, except this time the crews have jetpacks. It features great cel-shaded art by Dion Koster, along with music by original JSR composer Hideki Naganuma. Coming to Steam and consoles sometime, hopefully soon.
This tiny billboard lets you live out your graffiti fantasies right on your desktop. The kit is made from recycled chipboard and can be assembled in just a few minutes. Buy a bunch and create a whole bookshelf full of your own original street art. Grab ’em while you can. Sadly, its maker Boundless Brooklyn is closing up shop.
Sudbury, Canada’s Old St. Joseph’s Hospital has been dormant for more than a decade, and may eventually be demolished. But before its bricks hits the ground, West Coast graffiti artist Kelly “RISK” Graval and a team of artists splashed the exterior of the 74,000 sq.ft. building into a bright and colorful work of abstract street art.
Art Insider introduces us to Perth, Australia-based graffiti artist Straker – known for his ability to replicate the glowing look of neon lights using spray paints. If you didn’t know any better, you’d think his canvases were connected to a high-voltage transformer.