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10.29.09 Will Sherman

With the MTA crew’s massive LA River roller wiped out by a federally funded ditch cleaning effort, what’ss the next biggest piece of graffiti? Norwegian graffiti enthusiasts are vying for the title, touting a roller painted in an airfield southwest of Oslo. Asking “can you see us from outer space?,” the 60 foot high FOS […]

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10.19.09 Will Sherman

Graffiti writers raise an obvious question, asking “When will we get paid?” with this roller in Copenhagen. |I Love Graffiti| Photo by Phatcap Productions […]

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10.15.09 Will Sherman

After last week’s announcement that the MTA’s massive LA River roller was being buffed by the military, came an awards ceremony celebrating the waterway’s cover up as well as the arrest of its alleged vandals. Local politicians were also on hand to wax poetic and attempt to link the expensive clean up with the creation […]

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10.08.09 Will Sherman

After whitewashing SABER’s massive LA River piece, contractors for the US Army Corps of Enginers have begun painting over a giant MTA roller nearby. Measuring “57 feet high and one-third of a mile long,” the Metro Transit Assassins piece is being eradicated with nearly a million dollars of economic stimulus funding oddly allocated for sprucing […]

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09.04.09 Will Sherman

SABER’s massive LA River piece, one of the biggest illegal roller paintings in the world, is gone. Allegedly taking a year and a half to complete, the MSK graffiti writer’s masterpiece has been painted white in a fraction of the time. Jump for the legendary painting in its original unfaded glory. |Known Gallery| […]

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07.02.09 Will Sherman

Someone is a little broken up over the condos and other constructions springing up around Williamsburg, sharing their sadness with the masses on a wall at North 4th and Kent Avenue. Photo by Luna Park […]

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06.12.09 Will Sherman

After last week’s photo of an abbreviated roller off the Williamsburg Bridge comes this colossal piece in Atlanta, where NEKST, HENSE and SEVER covered the long side of a warehouse with enormous varsity letters. |12oz| […]

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06.05.09 Will Sherman

The folks in Mad Society Kings clearly know a thing or two or three about big difficult spots, so painting this black and chrome roller across the side of a Brooklyn building off the Williamsburg Bridge was a piece of cake in comparison. Click the images above for the before and after pictures. Photos by […]

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