New York City gave the world graffiti, and the world sold it on with a three-figure stamp. Through all the changes, the real pioneers like Lee Quiñones have found new ways to keep on keepin’ on.
The Gramercy Typewriter Company has kept NYC dancing on the keys since 1932. With a third generation at the helm, they have no plans to slow down.
Dr David Ores is on a quest to change lives by removing bad tattoos from former gang members, ex-convicts and victims of human trafficking - free of charge.
A walk-and-talk with photographer Ricky Powell, the New York City busboy who took over the downtown scene.
When Wildstyle began in 1995, European tattoo culture was barely visible. Rebel artist and photographer Clayton Patterson explains how two decades of touring with Wildstyle has helped win the culture the respect it deserves.
As an activist, comedian and general nuisance to authority, Randy Credico built up enough love in New York City to run for governor. Now he's targeting mass incarceration. And the city comptroller should be afraid.
Sometimes the hardest place to understand is the one where you’re from. Before his death in June 2015, photographer Harold Feinstein explained how he found inspiration just outside his front door.
Brooklyn-based art and music collective Tribe NYC are surfing a revival of old skool hip hop culture - and showing everyone else how it should be done.
South Korean photographer Pep Kim has documented New York City’s skate scene with a fresh, outsider’s perspective since arriving from South Korea.
New York City gave the world graffiti, and the world sold it on with a three-figure stamp. Through all the changes, the real pioneers like Lee Quiñones have found new ways to keep on keeping on.
The rebel photographer on how New York City lost its way.
Patterson’s Outside In retrospective at Howl Arts bridges back to the grassroots creativity of pre-gentrification NYC.