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Despite the popularity of graffiti in London, authorities usually do a good job of keeping the outlaw art form off the trains and out of the public’s view. But similar to New York, some spray painted subway cars manage to slip through the cracks and even after they’re bombed, continue to run, like these two […]

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Friday night, two graffiti artists entered the Jerome Yard in the Bronx and painted a subway car. Again. They were VEW and CETE, the same duo responsible for the “Spy vs Spy” graffiti on the R and others. This time, they bombed a B train. VEW put up his crew “GI” and CETE painted his name. There was the […]

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It’s not often that straphangers ride on graffiti-bombed subway cars. The MTA has a strict policy of pulling trains out of service no matter how good they look. Usually, when images emerge, they’re of empty cars in train yards. This weekend however, riders got quite a treat according to Instagram user @halopigg, who took photos of […]

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It was done by CETE and VEW, two graffiti artists born and raised in New York City. ANIMAL got in contact with the outlaws over email, via a trusted source. For obvious legal reasons, they didn’t give us their real names or ages, but were more than happy to discuss their creative exploits. After all, […]

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Snowy weather provides optimal conditions for graffiti artists to get up and lots of them have been using the recent winter storms to do just that. But they’re not just hitting walls and roll-down gates. They’re painting the holy grail of graffiti: New York City subway cars. UPDATE: Another train was painted with a Spy […]

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