Graffiti // Tuesday, October 07, 2014
Read More aka Bookman, Boans, Rancor, Herman, Booker aka too many names to list, painted two of his iconic book throw ups in a school bus yard and included the words, “I can take you to school!”
Graffiti // Thursday, February 06, 2014
What the majority of people see as a just a pile of barrels, Read More Books sees as a runner spot and great place to put his signature icons.
Graffiti // Monday, November 18, 2013
Somewhere in the lush landscape of Northern California, Read More Books found an abandoned house and claimed new bold ownership.
Graffiti // Thursday, October 17, 2013
Read More Books aka Read aka Boans aka more names than you can remember, has been busy along the tracks and other places around Eugene. Here are some of the newest spots and one that was posted before, but has been “updated.”
Graffiti // Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Read up or don’t. You don’t really have a choice. It’s going to be forced in to your peripheral ether way, so get accustomed to it.
Graffiti // Friday, April 12, 2013
This just looks right, even though the person who painted all those abstract shapes didn’t intend for someone like Boanes to come by and slap some graffiti and skulls on their work. Definitely an upgrade though!
Graffiti // Friday, March 01, 2013
In case you held any doubt inside of what the letter “B” was actually for. A Read More reminder.
Street Art // Sunday, January 20, 2013
This girl does an excellent job at showing the size of this book and skull by the often mysterious aritst, Read More.
Graffiti // Saturday, November 17, 2012
Here is a collection of images with various winged skulls by Read more Books. For anyone spending any sort of significant time around trains, these markings are a common site.
Graffiti // Monday, October 29, 2012
Read More books, The Reader, Booker, Bones, and more, recently opened a new exhibition entitled "Read up in a down economy" at Ditch Projects in Springfield, Oregon. The elusive artist filled the space with a number of installations that included work on found objects such as news stands, wood palettes, corrugated metal, and even a trailer, most being shot up by a shotgun, accompanied with paintings and mixed media pieces.