REVNO – Oakland, CA

July 1st, 2016

Photographer: Madeleine Tonzi

ELMO, RESOE – Oakland, CA

June 30th, 2016

Photographer: Madeleine Tonzi

Stencil – East Bay, CA

June 29th, 2016


SHUK, RITA – Berkeley, CA

June 28th, 2016


RENEK – Berkeley, CA

June 27th, 2016


MEIH – East Bay, CA

June 26th, 2016


Photographer: L. Herrada-Rios

GRILA – East Bay, CA

June 25th, 2016


Photographer: L. Herrada-Rios

CEAVER (640) – East Bay, CA

June 23rd, 2016

CEAVER graffiti.

FELLS, OHIOE – Berkeley, CA

June 22nd, 2016


SPADE – Oakland, CA

June 21st, 2016


MR EF – Oakland, CA

June 20th, 2016


AIDZ – East Bay, CA

June 19th, 2016


Photographer: L. Herrada-Rios

VOILA – East Bay, CA

June 18th, 2016


Photographer: L. Herrada-Rios

TOOPI Caboose – Jalisco, Mexico

June 17th, 2016

Toopi Graffiti Train Jalisco Mexico.

It’s always exciting to spot some Cabooses.

Until the 1980s, laws in the United States and Canada required all freight trains to have a caboose and a full crew, for safety.

Technology eventually advanced such that the railroads, in an effort to save money and reduce crew members, stated that a caboose was unnecessary, since bearings were improved and lineside detectors were used to detect hot boxes, and better-designed cars avoided problems with the loads.

The railroads also claimed a caboose was also a dangerous place, as slack run-ins could hurl the crew from their places and even dislodge weighty equipment.

KU2F – Oakland, CA

June 16th, 2016

KU2F Graffiti Oakland California.
Photographer: Madeleine Tonzi