You know, its amazing what you find sometimes while walking around in places you don’t belong! Glad to see another Don Hertzfeldt fan.
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It’s been a while since we’ve talked about O.D.D.Ball at length, and its been even longer since Pipelines and I did our interview.
While this isn’t that interview (And I know he’s waiting for it as much as everyone else!), I can share some of the awesome photos I took while walking around Philly of his stuff I found.
Found on South Street is the lovely parody of the famous OBEY sticker. I thought it was awesome.
This sign was in North Philly around a ton of great Street Art.
Man, this one is nuts! Let”s see:
UWP, Zer, Arks da Shark, Bad Dog, Yerp, USM, R2F, and more!
I always dig seeing more and more sexy women depicted in street art, so this awesome sticker incorporating Wild Style was a great find along North Broad Street!
Those Dancing Bandits are at it again, dancing on the steps of the Divine Lorraine.
Found around 5th and Banbridge by Nom Now.
Anime reference time:
These were part of a large mural at near Cecil B Moore. I like it when people actually let artists paint these things. What comes out is awesome.
While Pipelines and myself were trying to get some shots on Cecil B. Moore in North Philly, we stumbled upon 3 old-school taggers hitting up a spot around 7th street. We spoke to them for a bit, and we plan on spilling some details in the next few weeks. After the Hurricane, we’ll (hopefully) be able to get more about all of this.
For now, enjoy the results of their labor and SMURF IT UP!
A-Game did this awesome piece that asks the simple question: “Is Dee Dee Home”?
“Throw-ups make me throw up. If Graffiti is the true voice of the struglin’ people, what are we saying?”
Found in North Philly around 7th and Cecil B. Moore. Admittedly, I agree with the message. Its an interesting point, and one I think should be seriously considered.
We’ve been fans of El Toro since we started the blog, and one day we hope to meet this incredible street artist in person and do an interview (El Toro, if you see this, you can always send us an e-mail at)! Until then, we’re content with posting any and all of the awesome stickers we see from him around Philadelphia.
Awesome Wildstyle piece in North Philly along Cecil B. Moore! Really dig the alien, too!
There’s a lot more to this piece, and we’ll have it for you soon!