February 4th, 2014 / 13:31:49
Last week we held another session of The Reeding Annex
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and here is a quick recap for those who missed it!
The Reeding Annex presents “10,000hrs” by URNY
Many thanks to all who participated in this session of the Reeding Annex.
Special thanks to JEFFSTASHBOX for the video, much appreciated!
Stay tuned for February’s Reeding Annex!!
May 17th, 2013 / 14:36:29
Brand new Lions truck painted on 14th
April 6th, 2013 / 12:42:12
Here’s a look at the artwork Christian P. Acker curated for the ‘Flip the Script’ book release. The show is up until the end of the month at Reed Space and a price list is available upon request.
April 5th, 2013 / 20:05:41
Last night we hosted the release for Christian P. Acker’s book, ‘Flip the Script – A Guide for Aspiring Vandals and Typographers.’ Graffiti enthusiasts of all ages poured into the space to view the artwork curated
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by the arthor, as well as purchase the book and corresponding apparel. These books, along with a slew of blackbooks and stickers, quickly became unique pieces of art as they were passed around to be tagged by graffiti writers from all different generations and regions.
February 22nd, 2013 / 18:07:03
Nekst, Sace and
Adek in the cut on Domino Sugar Factory.
February 8th, 2013 / 14:36:51
STOR fill-in accompanied by a sleepy figure
December 28th, 2012 / 11:33:02
After the passing of legendary graffiti writer NEKST last week, a small memorial formed at the foot of one of his city spots.
REST IN PEACE, BIG NEKST
October 26th, 2012 / 12:53:53
9TH, 17, and ZECT among the turning leaves