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06.30.15 Bucky Turco

Todd James (aka REAS), a graffiti artist who cut his teeth smashing subway trains with spray paint in the 1980s, was commissioned to create public art — legally — for Washington Market Park. Today, the park’s Court Mural program was unveiled. The 90-foot-wall of the Chambers Street basketball court will feature a rotating roster of […]

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12.15.10 Bucky Turco

Continuing their exploration of graffiti as fine art, REAS, TWIST, and AMAZE released a limited edition print that is somewhat reminiscent of the infamous tag-smashed piece they* did on Houston Street. Produced by Edition Copenhagen, each of the (65) prints features original spray painted tags and comes signed/numbered by the artists. They’re also a lot […]

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01.05.10 Will Sherman

Next week, Todd James, the artist formerly known as graffiti writer REAS, opens a New York solo show focused on “the sinful truths of American Life.” With anthropomorphic killing machines, busty blondes and bloody burgers cavorting among coffins, James’ surreal scenes appear overtly political at first glance, but are intended only as a visual exploration […]

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