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There’s a wall on Kenmare Street off Mulberry Street that’s so heavily bombed, it looks more like a section of the Berlin Wall in its last days than your typical NYC graffiti. The sheer amount of spray paint appears as if it took years to accumulate, with layers upon layers of tags and throw-ups applied […]

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For our generation, retirement has become a fairy tale that most of our parents are still far from achieving. However, MintLife, the blog of the popular personal finance app Mint, is dead serious. Last week, they quietly posted an infographic, and one particular screenshot of it has been making the rounds on Tumblr. It details the personal […]

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“We wanted to create a body of work that to us, better reflected the narrative of graffiti and vandalism,” graffiti art duo MINT & SERF said about their book Support, Therapy, and Instability. “It is one of the great last subcultures that is hard to pin down from an outsider perspective.” Unlike most books about graffiti, […]

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Remember that New York Yankees perfume that we reviewed and I likened to the smell of my Uncle Louie? It’s back. While the formula hasn’t changed, the bottle has with the help of artists MINT and SERF—hey it worked for Calvin Klein about ten years ago. They were commissioned to give the bottle a little […]

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As part of their SGU exhibit last year, art duo MINT and SERF created a series of work comprised of their “graffiti” over prominent street artists including Shepard Fairey. The show was sort of a piss take on the street art scene and the characters in it who love to talk about how ephemeral their […]

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Art duo SERF & MINT and Pablo Powers spotted a NPA worker gleefully ripping down the artwork they installed for the New York Street Advertising Takeover yesterday in Little Italy and decided to embrace the wheatpasting vandal. How? By snapping a photo of him, adding a “Buff Bum” caption, printing it up at Kinko’s and […]

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After embellishing Marc Jacobs’ storefronts, MIRF, the New York graffiti duo MINT and SERF, collaboratively decorated a Chelsea building. Mixing their throw-up styles with PORK’s snake tree, the artist trio created this rainy display outside the Sanford Meisner Theater on the corner of 22nd Street and 11th Avenue in Chelsea. Photo by Sabeth718 […]

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Marc Jacobs has another inexplicable window display, trading out his bike-riding skeleton for a bigger pile of bones plus graffiti. Collectively known as MIRF, New York based graffiti duo MINT and SERF created the vinyl display, their “newest collaboration with one of the epic New Yorkers.” Photos by Jordan Seiler […]

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