Shot from a moving train like a boss.
No idea who this dude is or where he is from, but he’s got style. I did a quick “seapo” search online and came across two other freights, one on in Memphis and the other in Minnesota. Crazy. Freight trains get around.
Lomo LC-A / Provia 400 / Cross processed
Here’s another angle I had of the MTA river piece. Here’s the other one.
Lomo LC-A / Can’t Remember Film / Cross Processed
This new Graffiti book looks good.
I posted this back in 2009, but it’s back cuz it’s so dope. Tastes Like Gold.
Panasonic DMC LX2
Came across this van one day. Not sure who the artist is (thinking RETNA, but not sold on that), but this looks pretty rad.
Lomo LC-A / Provia 400 / Cross Processed
During an impromptu dinner with Bauer and Tristan in Costa Mesa a few weeks back, I stumbled upon this Revok “RVCA” piece behind a low key Wahoo’s (possibly the first Wahoo’s restaurant). I remember seeing posts about this being painted, so it was a pleasant surprise to stumble upon it.
I know it’s semi-pointless to have a B&W photo of graffiti, but it is what it is.
Contax T2 / Tmax 400
Here’s a Revok piece. This dude is one of the best artists in Los Angeles (at least I think so). Click below for some close-up details.
The M.T.A. LA “river” tag has been buffed. This thing was huge and I’m glad I have a photo of it.
I’m sure the state has it’s reasons for worrying about the L.A. “river”, but I think they could use the 3.7 million dollars more wisely right now. Seems like serious business when the Army Corps of Engineers has to be called in. Click below for video.
Lomo LC-A / Can’t remember film / Cross Processed
This was a dope wall with Augor, Revok and Rime (maybe someone else too).
Revok is one of my favorite artists, such good style.