NEW PRODUCT :: MONTANA ULTRA WIDE 750ML

We just received an epic shipment of new art supplies and today we’ll be featuring the largest member in the Montana Cans family, the 750ml ULTRA-WIDE can. ‘An ideal tool for contemporary urban calligraphy and ultra wide line work. The spray width variation is from 15cm if applied rapidly at close range, to approx. 60cm if applied slower at a greater distance to the desired surface.’ The best of both worlds! Come to our store in East Austin (130 Pedernales st.) any day of the week 12:30-7:30pm to grab a can. We carry both black  and chrome! This is one of […]

SXSW 2016 :: Impossible Walls Project

Written by: ZUZU KELLY PERKAL  PHOTOs BY: JASPER WONG SprATX + POW WOW! Worldwide + SXSW Every year during SXSW our beautiful ‘weird’ little city is transformed into a vast living, moving, breathing organism. The streets brim with transient visitors from around the world, hundreds of bands and musicians put themselves out there in hopes of their big moment, old buildings become clamorous venues and in the midst of all the chaos Austin comes to life. The SprATX family is honored collaborate with our friends at POW WOW! Worldwide and the amazing crew at SXSW for the second annual Impossible Walls Project, a city-wide mural campaign featuring artists from around the […]

Grand Opening Party

Our grand re-opening and three year anniversary party last Saturday was a bigger success than we could have ever imagined. With a turnout of over 800 people, the five-hour celebration continued until the booze ran out. To those who waited in line for 45 minutes, we applaud and appreciate you. A huge thanks to Jameson Whiskey, KCCO, Red Bull, Cat Tequila, Red, White and Blue and BeatBox Beverages for providing everyone with a much needed liquid blanket, as well as our other sponsors, Art Primo, theCHIVE, Sunken Ships Studio, and Brick Oven. Shoutout to DJ ChinoCasino for the dope tunes throughout the evening, […]

Artist Feature :: NIZ

“Niz is a Peruvian  born female stencil artist based out of Austin, Texas. She is known for her mutli-layered photo-realistic stencil work and skateboard art. Niz’s work draws from elements of graffiti, hip hop culture, existentialism and spirituality. She finds her expression through old world Latin culture, African-American music, the female aesthetic, skateboarding and urban grit. The photorealism of Niz’s stencils is often offset by a grittiness and texture that mirrors the urban landscapes she is familiar with. Her work has been published in several books:  Stencil Nation (San Francisco), Heart and Soul (New York), 400ml. Do It Yourself (France), Austin: East of I35 (Austin, TX) and […]

Artist Interview : TRUTH

Mike Johnston is a street art evangelist (TRUTH) bringing the message of joy to the masses.  He loves to paint on found objects and on giant concrete walls.  The four years that he and his wife lived overseas in Asia and the Middle East really shaped his creative process. One thing he hopes to be true about his art is that it brings a smile.  His major influences have been comic books, Jesus Cristo, and street art. Zuzu : WHERE ARE YOU FROM? Truth : I’m a military brat and moved all over. Every 2 years we were somewhere new. I […]