Category Archives: Artwork

Buda’s artwork in various media.

Graffiti: Bigger than the Renaissance

A critique and review of Henry Chalfant’s Graffiti Archive Volume 3: TC5 Featuring Blade “The graffiti movement has become a greater thing than the Renaissance.” – Lady Pink In rare instances, an archive strengthens its subject’s history. This is the case with the third installment of Henry Chalfant’s Graffiti Archive. In particular, graffiti artist Lady Read More…

Back To Burn! A review of City As Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection

February 3th 2014, the Museum of the City of New York launched graffiti once again into New York’s collective conscience. The art form half the city hates and most of the world loves once again reminds New Yorkers that “we may be through with the past, but the past may not be through with us.” Read More…

The Tale of the Blue Black Book.

On February 4th, 2014 the Museum of the City of New York will open “City As Canvas: Graffiti Art From the Martin Wong Collection” and I’m told my old graffiti black book is in the show. It won’t be the black book’s first time in a museum either. Previously it appeared at the Los Angeles Read More…