Zonk Vision Son

Another set of classic videos from Zonk Vision aka Lush


JESUS VS SATAN ROUND 1 from Zonk Vision on Vimeo.


TAGGIN 101 from Zonk Vision on Vimeo.


This is the trailer for a new film from Magnet called "Beyond the Black Rainbow". The trailer is visually impressive, lets just hope the full length movie lives up to it.

Unlike U

UNLIKE U-Trainwriting in Berlin from HISKICK productions on Vimeo.

"UNLIKE U melts into a scene, which for outsiders, is hard to comprehend. The world of trainwriters, those spray paint artists who specialize in painting trams and underground trains. Extremely undercover. Extremely criminal. Extremely forbidden.

UNLIKE U portrais four generations of sprayers in Berlin, of which the oldest of the hardcore artists is already over 40 years old, while the youngest are around 17. All protagonists have one thing in common. Each one has sprayed countless trains in their lives, some of them even over a 1000."

RIP Skateboarding

1993 - 411 Video Magazine Issue #1 - Brooklyn Banks Gathering.
The footage is somewhat bobo but the content is priceless. The skateboarders tagging the bus is one of my earliest memories of any skateboard video. I had seen other videos before this 411VM but this minute long clip always stuck with me...

Here Comes The Neighborhood

Episode 6 - featuring IRAK Crew

HCTN EPISODE 6 : IRAK from Here Comes the Neighborhood on Vimeo.

"The most highly anticipated episode, in our eyes at least, this video follows IRAK crew members Earsnot and Nemel as they paint the Wynwood walls, and a couple uncommissioned works on some of the surrounding buildings.

These two take tagging to a level of high art. Never at a loss for words, Earsnot puts it, “murals and shit are dumb and pieces are stupid but tags are great!”

The building painted by IRAK for Wynwood Walls is inspired by Barry McGee’s tag-filled murals in San Diego, New York, and Sydney, which have been known to stir up controversy and push the boundaries of the grey area between graffiti and Art. Barry McGee was a participant in the first installment of the Wynwood Walls in 2009, but was left with a bad taste in his mouth when the abandoned structure he painted was converted into panther cafe, incorporating his work for their branding. Earsnot and Nemel build on Barry McGee’s tag wall concept by filling the wall with a variety of monochromatic shades of overlapping tags creating the illusion of depth." 12OZ

Episode 5 - featuring Saner & Sego

HCTN EPISODE 5 : SEGO & SANER from Here Comes the Neighborhood on Vimeo.

Saner and Sego two Mexican artists paint the shit out of Wynwood!

Art Basel 2011 Flicks

Here are some Flicks I was able to snap in between drinking free alcohol and walking my ass off around Wynwood and the Design District of Miami..