Illegal Baltimore part one: Pieces and freights

Stab HOD

A few months ago, I was lucky enough to be able to visit Baltimore during their¬†Open Walls Baltimore¬†mural program. In addition to being fortunate enough to meet some of the most amazing artists from around the world, I was also able to explore the many hidden graffiti spots that the area had to offer. With a local writer as my guide, I was able to document over two dozen spots and see a wide range of work. Due to the prolific nature of Baltimore’s graffiti scene, the posts have been divided into three parts: pieces and freights, rollers, and street pieces. Continue reading “Illegal Baltimore part one: Pieces and freights”

ADHD at Factory Fresh

The photos are finally online from 2012 which is Avoid, Bloke, and Faro’s show at Factory Fresh. Their crew, the ADHD Kids, is doing some really great work in New York, so I’m excited to see them in a gallery as well. The work is very cool, and they seem to have completely transformed the gallery into a world of graffiti. And if you’re in the buying mood, I wouldn’t say these guys are an investment, but I love some of the work and the prices are super low on a lot of the smaller pieces.







Photos by Katherine Murphy

Great in ’08: Peru Ana Ana Peru Says…

As part of Vandalog’s “Great in ’08” series, which will be running every day for the rest of the month. Check out previous posts here. Street artists from across the world have been given one post to give away to one artist who they feel has been doing great work recently. Today it’s Peru Ana Ana Peru‘s turn.

Who is one artist doing really great work right now?

Peru Ana Ana Peru: it’s hard to pick one, as there are so many, but we’d have to say that we are quite fond of the work going up by the ADHD Kids at the moment. they seem to be trying to go their own way in the graff scene, and that’s nice. faro, bloke, anthrax, naks, venom, etc. they’ve got great style, and their letterings are dope.

ADHD Truck
ADHD Kids. Photo by

See photos of work by the ADHD Kids work after the jump… Continue reading “Great in ’08: Peru Ana Ana Peru Says…”