“I’ve been doing [graffiti] for almost 40 years, I don’t think it has lost its identity.”
Graffiti meets fine art abstraction.
Artists Ben Eine, Shepard Fairey, How and Nosm, Daze and CRASH paint murals at Coney Island Art
Bronx-based graffiti guru John Matos, better known as CRASH, recently presented a solo show at New
Legendary artist John “CRASH” Matos’ latest offering comes in the form of an
Continuing their original 2010 project, Eric Firestone and Carlo McCormick invited a number of
Once the metal birds that soared the sky, decommissioned planes have now been largely relegated to
Legendary graffiti and contemporary artist CRASH offers some of his signature art in a more readily
A series of living legends recently premiered a new body of work at the Corey Helford Gallery
Graffiti artist John Matos or more commonly known as CRASH has taken the approach of patience and hardwork to create his legacy of art. The cliche notion of organic growth really comes true to some as pioneers ofter plied their trade in an era where you simply couldn’t log onto the computer to sprout and disseminate your latest work.