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Last Update: Tuesday May 26th 12:24 AM
Rukus x Diet - Forgive Me Father
NYC graffiti writers Rukus and Diet headed out to Maine to simply fuck shit up. Catch them hitting trucks, tags and even watch a chick piss in the street while also being the look out. Peace to the whole #NBD family, check out the full video here
Dream Submission: I met my mother
"Okay so I know I dream every night, but their are only a few that are this bizarre. I dreamt I was in my dad's house (the house I grew up in). It was in my dad's house, but back in the 80's (I was a kid). I was standing in the hallway in front of my old room, and I was waiting for my real mom. The thing is my real mom died when I was a kid. I actually never met her, I was adopted. So I'm standing anxiously waiting, because in my dream she was supposed to be dead." Read the full dream here
Check out some sick shots by New York City's own James Lanning. Climbing basically anything just to get the shot he wants, be on the look out for more work by James soon. Check out some more of his work here
Artwork by Alpha Channeling
Check out these amazing pieces by Alpha Channeling. Such a unique style, and every piece has so much meaning about life, sex & so much more. View more of work now
New Dreams sub-section on TCDS!
The City Don’t Sleep just added a new sub-section to the site named “Dreams”. Simply a tab you can click to read people’s dreams that have been submitted to us from around the whole world.
We’re not talking about “I always dreamed of becoming an actor”, we’re talking about dreams you’ve had while “sleeping”. Some say dreams are reality, some say dreams are messages and other say dreams don’t mean a thing it’s just something that happens while your asleep. We’re not going to tell you what dreams are, because we don’t have facts to prove any of our theories. We will tell you that we believe that dreams don’t occur for no reason. Check out the full article & the first dream we posted
New York City artist Thanks has been killing the scene, in a positive way. Creating his mustache character & putting it all over the city has really been getting peoples attention for his bigger messages. You can catch work by Thanks all over the city, many with a unique positive quote/message written on them like "What if i died today mad about yesterday, worried about tomorrow?". His messages & artwork touched a lot of people & still do everyday. Check out the full interview
How to Roll a joint by Lester Burner
So we linked up with the homie Lester Burner today on 4/20 to chop it up about some upcoming projects in the works. When the idea came to us again about making a "How to roll a joint" video & how perfect would it be to actually do it on 4/20, so we did. Check out the full video