From the early originators to the female writers at the forefront of today’s scene, we talk to the artists redefining graffiti’s consciously macho origins.
The seminal photographer talks carving out space, staying inspired and why she’s never been one for rules.
Graffiti in the Colombian capital uncovers stories of corruption, indigenous suffering and government-sanctioned killing.
One of the few women in a male-dominated scene, Claudia "Claw Money" Gold has been tagging the streets of New York for three decades.
A new show explores the evolution of street art, featuring hundreds of large scale works by over 150 contemporary artists.
Osvaldo Chance Jimenez has spent 16 years in the notorious NYC graffiti crew Peter Pan Posse. In a new book, he shares his shots from the road.
Josh Peacock spraypainted the streets, dealing weed on the side, until heroin and homelessness upended his life. Now he's reinvented himself as a different kind of artist.
With their bold ongoing project, Grey Area, Irish collective SUBSET are protesting the criminalisation and censorship of street art.
Al Diaz and Basquiat rewrote the rules of street art before taking different paths: one as a hard-grafting musician, the other as an iconic artist. Both would be ravaged by drugs. Four decades on, the story is far from finished.
Appearing across the walls of the capital, Dreph’s portraits celebrate the humanity, beauty and strength of black British women.
From climbing rooftops to outrunning police, Good Guy Boris has taken a world shrouded in secrecy and documented it in style. But now that he's compiled it all in a book, the next challenge awaits.
In San Salvador, refusing to conform can get you killed. But a wave of rebellious street artists are willing to risk everything in the name of self-expression.