Southern New Englands source for Montana Gold products; Yarrow's Cans has a 230 foot legal wall and 40x9' container for artist to sample product and work with out the stress of being on the street. This blog will show updates for any news and or pictures of current work on these walls, we are always working on finding new ways to promote the positive sides of street art and how Graffiti can be a positive for cities like Providence RI.
Prey, Azek, Kems...I am really glad to see a new Prey piece back in Providence...If you didn't know...Prey was one of the style pioneers of RI's graff scene. In the early to mid 90's, along with the UPS crew, prey established a very unique style and conquered virgin tunnel spots with whole wall productions. Some of the first real deal productions to ever be done in Providence...
Also, I would like to note that Azek is from oversees and is a really nasty writer!
The jam went really well. Lots of kids showed up to tag up the car and try out the Montana Gold spray paint. They also had a good grip of questions that the artists answered as best as they could. There was also a surprise visit from the legendary Vase one and he schooled the kids on the history of the graffiti game from New York to Rhode Island. I am pretty sure Brown University will be hanging up the pieces of plywood in one of there buildings for some eye candy display. Here are some flicks from the event.
Yarrow's cans will be having graffiti workshop at 6 - 9 pm on the Brown University green. Please come by and see two graffiti artists on display. Ask questions, talk about techniques, even try out some of your skills with some montana gold spray paint. You can't beat this event!!! Stop being lazy and check out the talent of our local artists that have mad knowledge and mad skills!
Great thing about this blog is, lets say you forget your camera when you paint, more then likely I will be able to catch flicks of what you paint. Not only will you see it shine on this blog but you can click on the images, go to the flickr account, and download a variety of pic sizes so you can have a good flick of your ish...amazingly convenient, especially for the cats that don't even have a camera!v Also, if you don't have photoshop, I will make a connector flick of the whole wall you cats do. A connector flick always puts a wall in good perspective...
this last piece, I think is a really innovative one...first guacamole piece I have ever seen...nice job Peresh!!