Once upon a time, writing on the street was considered vandalism, acts of criminals, and uncivilized efforts to communicate.
From the moment we’re able to dream, we want something more. The same could be said for North New Jersey artist SpifF Ellis.
The relationship between Frank Ape and Brandon Sines captures something more, something beautifully human, and hard to come across in contemporary art.
Whether it be his version of a broken heart or the constant battle between love and money Kai’s artworks speak to the human inside of us.
How would you feel if you were a street artist and this was happening to you?
Hip-hop culture is truly everywhere.
July 4th, 2011 was the day Raheem Saladeen Johnson became street artist King Saladeen. He says that he, “walked out of his 9 to 5 to walk on water.”
He’s a true artist who is constantly creating new pieces, as long as he is not eating or sleeping.