Printing Destroy & Rebuild today…

Posted in 1 by BLDG on May 29, 2009

We’re working with a great up and coming artist collective called, Destroy & Rebuild. They are a band of graffiti artist who used to destroy the city with their writing and now they are trying to enhance it with their artwork… hence the name.

We’re printing a new piece of theirs today and another one next week. We’ll have some process pics for you to take a peak at shortly, but until then… check them out here: DESTROY & REBUILD


Fefe Talavera: Brazilian Artist

Posted in Walls by BLDG on May 26, 2009

We’re big fans of Fefe Talavera right now. Her Picasso like nightmares have really caught our eye and we think she is worth talking about. Take a look for yourself and you be the judge!

Picture 2

Picture 1

Beyond Street Art

Posted in Walls by Mike on May 21, 2009

Its pretty amazing to watch the evolution of this crazy movement of art we call “street art”. To be perfectly honest I am a little sick of calling it street art. The term itself has such a drab unengaging ring to it. Some of what is being produced today goes beyond imagination. Here are some oldies but goodies…enjoy

classic BLU…this one never gets old

Neltner Super Sized

Posted in Walls by Mike on May 20, 2009

It has been a pretty productive day at the studio. We just completed this beast of a print by Keith Neltner. Standing 3 feet in length, this robust print just about consumed every last drop of black ink. I am sure the Neltner faithful will appreciate the labor that went into this one…

Neltner Super Sized

Neltner Detail

Ape Seven Print Complete!

Posted in 1 by Mike on May 20, 2009

The second Ape Seven print is complete. We are very pleased with how these prints turned out. These will be shipped out for signing and editioning in the next few days. Check it out…

Ape Seven on the drying racks

Ape Seven detail

Up Next, Destroy and Rebuild

Posted in 1 by Mike on May 19, 2009

The latest Ape Seven print is 2 colors away from completion. We are very excited to announce that Destroy and Rebuild is next in line on the press. Check out some of the previous works of this NYC crew…

Destroy and Rebuild

Destroy and Rebuild

Destroy and Rebuild

Animatronic Hot Dogs

Posted in Walls by Mike on May 18, 2009

Banksy has surfaced at a new show in NYC and this time he comes armed with animatronics. I really don’t think it gets any better than the reanimation of processed meat. My hat tips in your general direction Mr. Banks.

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New Ape Seven In Production

Posted in Walls by Mike on May 18, 2009

The new Ape Seven print is currently in production at The Building.

Films printed and ready for action

Film on the light table ready to rock…

Shooting screens

staring directly at the light may cause temporary blindness

The Building Walls Print Process Video

Posted in Walls by BLDG on May 15, 2009

Here’s a process video of us printing ApeSeven’s work. Enjoy!

ApeSeven: The 5th Militia (process)

Posted in Walls by BLDG on May 14, 2009

Now that I’ve completely tired out pimpin’ out stuff everyone else is doing on the blog, I think we’ll turn towards showing you what we’re doing at The Building Walls.

We’re working with about 9 artists (and counting) to print and sell their exclusive pieces online and in our gallery. After waht seemed like an eternity of planning, branding, logistics and what not… we’re finally printing.

Now’s the part of the post where I share photos: (even more on our Flickr page)


This Juno… she protects us from anyone who might be preying on us.


ApeSeven’s inks…


Mike registering color one (Side Note: Mike didn’t go to Harvard, but the kid whose shirt Mike stole after kicking his ass, did go to Harvard… all that to say, the shirt’s legit.)


Color 1 fools!!!!! It begins…

We’ve got a rad stop motion piece we’re making of this 6 color print… that should be up today or tomorrow, so check back soon.

Mark Dean Veca Mural

Posted in Walls by BLDG on May 13, 2009

I really like the fact that Mark is very honest about his art. He’s not trying to derive some bullshit idea of what his work represents so deeply that it becomes abstract for the sake of being abstract. I think his comment about one not having to have gone to art school to appreciate art is right on point. I think to a degree the art world has lost its roots in that respect.

Prefab 77 hits Brighton’s streets

Posted in Walls by BLDG on May 12, 2009

Prefab 77 is a great up and coming artist collaborative in Newcastle Upon Tyne with a dark and subversive style. Keep your eyes on these guys, they’re definitely on our “Next Big Artist” list:

Contest for D*Face Stickers

Posted in Walls by BLDG on May 11, 2009

3 sold out, hard to find stickers by London’s finest street artist, D*Face are up for grabs!!!! (sneakers not included) Comment on the post and give us the best/funniest/fake story of how D*Face came up with his name. Best story wins the stickers! Contest ends Friday, May 15th.


…and a picture of my desk for the heck of it…


Ron English and Abraham Obama

Posted in Walls by BLDG on May 11, 2009

So I’m super pumped about the new movie about Ron English and his Abraham Obama print. Shot by our good friends over at Jet Set Graffiti. Hope you enjoy it!

James Roper: The Ecstasy of Jenna Jameson… and more

Posted in Walls by BLDG on May 10, 2009

Great English artist, James Roper, has done some amazing things lately. I stumbled across this image recently and had to throw it up here. Who doesn’t love the mix of explosive color and topless chicks!? Check out James’ site when you get a chance.

The Ecstasy of Jenna Jameson

The Ecstasy of Tera Patrick

The Ecstasy of Briana Banks

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