It started as simple tagging, I remember seeing the tags on the 'A Line' in NYC (one that always comes to mind "Cha Cha 161"), and progressed to amazing murals covering entire subway cars and multiple cars. Standing on a subway platform in the morning, many of us couldn't wait to see the nights work of the graffiti artists, and we were never disappointed. They became household names (at least in NYC) especially after New York Magazine did a cover story on several.
Here are some images I took over several visits. All images Leica M8.
I can't resist mirrors.
This shot could be on the street.
Low-rider in front of Los Angeles Wall.
Whether with cellphone, iPad or regular camera, the patrons are actively recording the exhibits.
Crash, is one of my favorites.
Capturing Banksy. More cellphones and cameras are active here than any other area.
Cars by Haring and Scharf.
Had to get another self portrait in.
As always, all images are copyrighted.