On September 13th, we had The Infamous magazine’s release party for Issue #7 in Philly at 161West. The party was sponsored by RedBull Philly and Pabst. It was a great time and we thank everyone for coming out and showing love and support. We had product giveaways from Crescent Artists/Rendr, Kola, Robots Will Kill, ISVERA, MQ, Few&Far, BlockByBlock and more. Music was by DJ YS!!! Peter Gambacorta was photographing and EPIDEMIC did this video. Appreciate all the help from everyone to make this possible.
On August 28th, we had The Infamous magazine’s release party for Issue #7 in Oakland at Manos De Gallery. It was a great time and we thank everyone for coming out and showing love and support. We had product giveaways from Crescent Artists/Rendr, Kola, Robots Will Kill, MaryJane Clothing, MQ, Few&Far, BlockByBlock and more. Music was by DJ Agana!!! Mike Bam and Peter Gambacorta were photographing and Rudy Salazar did the video. Appreciate all the help from everyone to make this possible and Yuki for the space.
The Infamous was at the 2012 Philadelphia Tattoo Convention working on our article about Rich Menet, the tattoo artist we featured in Issue 7. While we were there, we shot some video of him tattooing a “Liberty Belle” pin-up girl on his twin brother, Rob. After the jump, peep the video and read some more of Rich’s thought’s about the tattoo game.
Video recap from The Infamous Issue #2 release party in Philadelphia, PA at Top Hat. Video shot and edited by Jon Kaufman.
We’re digging in the data dumps here at TheInfamousMag.com and recently found this summer 2011 footage. The Infamous was present at a barbecue at Philadelphia’s FDR Skatepark where many talented heads were gathered to chill with Kair IYA and LM WAB. Braze, Paposo, and Bloom79 were some of the many writers we talked to.
The Infamous was repping hard at Art Basel in December 2011, participating in The co11ective art show and exhibit space in Miami’s Wynwood Section. This video shows some highlights of the week down there.
In May 2011 The Infamous Team helped out at the Jakk Frost video shoot for “Code of the Streets” by decorating the FDR Skatepark. Check out our exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.
Also check out the official Jakk Frost and Peedi Crakk video for “Code of the Streets.”
For Bay Area legend Apex, it is important to remember that all true graffiti talent springs from the hand.
Location: San Francisco
Experience: 22 years (in 2011)
Arsenal: NY Fats
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Read the rest of the Apex interview in Issue #4 of The Infamous.