Checkout some of the best examples of Connecticut Graffiti-Sites and Graffiti-Artwork available anywhere on the internet.
As you may know, Graffiti has a very short life expectancy, sometimes lasting only a week or two. With that in mind, we have now become not only the the best website for current Graffiti activity in Connecticut, but we are also the official website for archiving both the Artists Work and the many Graffiti Locations as well.
Enjoy their talent while you can, because (except for here on these pages) this incredible Artwork won't be around for too long.
To see a site map - Click Here
One of the most unique Graffiti Artwork websites of it's kind on the internet. 63 pages filled with thousands of pictures featuring various Graffiti Locations, as well as the works of many vary talented Local Artists. Look through the pages and see what we have posted. We continually add new stuff as it becomes available and update the old stuff, so come back often.
I Am - The Monitor
Since all computers are different, you may at times experience some viewing and listening irregularities when visiting our website.
This could be due to variations between our computer, where the website was created, and your computer.
There are 3 possible reasons for this; (1) Differences in Operating Systems, (2) Differences in Web Browsers, (3) Differences in Display Settings.
If you experience delays in displaying some videos and/or audios, try hitting the pause button for a few seconds to allow for buffering, then resume.
Those of you with Apple Computers may not be able to see the slideshows at all due to Steve Jobs dislike for Adobe's Flash Player. Sorry about that.
To see where new pictures have been uploaded to, go to the
"New Uploads Page"
Here's a link to a great story about one of Graffiti's original founders. I think you'll find this one pretty interesting. Check it out.
Here's 3 links to 4 new pages we just added recently.
1st is another great "permission" wall from HiCrew in New Haven. Click Here for Jimmy's Urban Clothing on Whalley Ave. New Haven, next to Burger King.
Another is for an old, fairly large, abandon factory in Bridgeport. Click Here
The third is another great old, huge factory in Waterbury. Click Here
The forth is another old abandoned factory in Berlin. Click Here
Well We Finally Did It
As a followup to the story on the left . . .
We finally reached the go-ahead point in New Haven where we're asking for submissions for the Downtown Mural Project on Chapel St. Here's the link to find out more
Unfortunately (for now anyway) there's a new problem that's come up. Word is, they're talking about tearing down the building that we wanted to use for our project.
We thought we had all the approvals in place but it seems like there's been a change of strategy on their end.
Not to worry though, we're already looking into several other sights in New Haven that we were planning on doing in later phases anyhow. We're still looking at doing something this spring and summer, as planned.
I'll keep you up to date as things develop.