Johnny Cupcake’s Coffin Tour Stops in Phoenix at The Lab

 

Johnny Cupcakes stopped by through Phoenix recently at The Lab 137 as part of his “Coffin Tour”, where he sold limited edition t-shirts and products from his brand at a pop-up shop for the event.

 

For more, check out The Lab’s facebook page

Bundle Up Graff Show ~ B-Side Gallery


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Photos from the Bundle Up Graff Show, the December Final Friday event at Wet Paint’s B-Side Gallery. The mural was done by Chad Evans and the show featured artists Tenski, Mario G, members of TAF and DIRT crew, and more.

A message of truth from Wet Paint‘s website:

Wet Paint is a neutral territory. Wet Paint is not assosiated with any crews or specific writers of any sort. All are welcome. There are too many bare walls in AZ to be beefing with each other. Grow up and get over it.

Opening of =Rezolution= at The Hive


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Images from the opening of =Rezolution= on Dec. 16th, featuring artwork inspired by life on Native American reservations. The show took place at  The Hive. Read a full write-up and description of =Rezolution= here.

Un3ek Sy5tem at The Fixx ~ Tempe

Photos by MARLOW SHARPE

Photos from opening night of Un3k Sy5tem‘s (Tyson Powless) showing at The Fixx Coffee (7th St. & Mill) in Tempe.

From www.Un3kSy5tem.com:

The meaning behind “unique system” comes from the reality of how Native Americans lived everyday from their system of culture, survival, and spiritual beliefs. Un3ek Sy5tem believes that system is unique and without that, Native Americans would not be who they are today. Not only does the company name have meaning, the designs of each shirt have its own story. Every design is inspired by graffiti art, hip-hop culture, spiritual and Native American influences topped off with the creativeness of the designer.

Tour De Fat 2011 Pix ~ 2011

Photos by Phil Ernst

Photos by Stephen Williams

From the New Belgium Tour de Fat Tempe 2011

VIDEO UPDATE: MadOne’s StickerPhiends #4 Recap

Sticker Phiends IV – Tempe, Arizona from Chris Heck on Vimeo.

UPDATE: Special thanks to the guys at BARON for putting this sweet video together. Check it!

Damn, MadOne’s Stickerphiends #4 was a good time. Stickers up for grabs absolutely littered the place throughout the night. DJ 1Son and the open bar kept the party going, and at one point someone in a giant paper-mache bunny head started handing out business cards claiming he was Banksy, which explained the “I AM BANKSY” that defaced a wall on Apache Rd. the night before. Lalo Cota, JB Snyder and Breeze decorated a van outside in the parking lot, courtesy of Wet Paint. Check out the grip load of photos below, thanks to MadOne.


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NYE Pix ~ The Compound


Here’s a few pics from Maybe 2011 Will Be Better on New Cheers at The Compound, a great show that featured an incredible amount of Phoenix artists. Check out more pieces after the jump.

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The Forgotten [Opening Reception Pix]

Joshua Rhodes

The Forgotten at 5 & 6 Gallery


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WTF Fridays Event Pix

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