Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Art in the Streets - Freight Trains

There is so much to see at the Art in the Streets exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. One of the displays that caught my eye was a series of model sized freight trains painted by many of the heavy hitter freight train graffiti writers from around the country. See the 12 trains that were displayed.
MOCA - Art in the Streets - Freight Trains
MOCA - Art in the Streets - Freight Trains

Jero ICR + Big 5 BA FU
Jero ICR + Big 5 BA FU

Sick 156 + Iz the Wiz
Sick 156 + Iz the Wiz

King 157 + Jase BA
King 157 + Jase BA

Key + Mone
Key + Mone

Awe + Heat AWI
Awe + Heat AWI

Smash 74 + Daks
Smash 74 + Daks

Myth + Large
Myth + Large

Con + Arek
Con + Arek

Crispo + Cense MAYHEM
Crispo + Cense MAYHEM

Much + Mber
Much + Mber

Smith + Cycle
Smith + Cycle

Stak + Wolfe
Stak + Wolfe

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

not sure why this old ny style is so popular..might be good idea to come up with new ones instead of copying old

Anonymous said...

^what a fuckin jackass

Anonymous said...

Shame they don't credit the people who did the real work here and painted/weathered the freight cars themselves before the "artists."

Anonymous said...

^ Yes they did. It was posted right on the wall in the museum.

Berlin Smith said...

i love these reminds me of my days being a rebal

Berlin Smith said...

i love these reminds me of my days being a rebal

Andy C said...

too bad your meth mommies never corrected you from squibblin on the section eight walls guess she was out lookin for a new uncle everynite

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