The age of robotic graffiti is born. KATSU, a well-known graffiti artist and vandal, used a Phantom drone to paint a giant red scribble across Kendall Jenner’s face on one of New York City’s largest and most viewed billboards. By all accounts, it is the first time that a drone has been deployed for a major act of public vandalism. This is only the beginning of drone-based street art. KATSU explained that the Calvin Klein tag was a proof of concept — he’ll be releasing a more user-friendly version of the graffiti drone “very soon,” he says.
Louis is one bad ass looking dude but don’t judge a book by it’s cover. We spent an afternoon with Louis and he is one of those dudes that makes you feel right at home and his art speaks for itself. Follow him on Instagram @louisgervais3, and if you love what he’s wearing, visit our online store HERE.
Born and Raised in Windsor, Ontario, Canada with heavy influence from neighboring Detroit, Michigan, Jake has turned his love for stills and motion into a full time visual delight dealer. For more eye gasaming be sure to give Jake a follow on Instagram HERE
Artist Blake Little covers individuals of varying ages, backgrounds, and body types in gallons of honey while being photographed, exploring the idea of ‘Preservation’ with stunning results. On the images it looks like his subjects were preserved in amber so he also chose the title ‘Preservation’ for his book that comes out in a few days.
The world’s most mysterious UK street artist released a 2-minute documentary online Wednesday that details the horrors of Gaza—allegedly shot by the man himself. “Gaza is often described as ‘the world’s largest open air prison’ because no-one is allowed to enter or leave. But that seems a bit unfair to prisons – they don’t have their electricity and drinking water cut off randomly almost everyday,” Banksy wrote.
As the people of the United Arab Emirates were gearing up to celebrate their 43rd year as a country, the Ironlak Family set off towards the Middle East from their respective corners of the globe. In Dubai the Lak Fam joined over 100 artists from around the world in an ambitious attempt to set a new world record for the “World’s Longest Graffiti Scroll”.