Nick Waplington “The Search For a Superior Moral Justification For Selfishness”

Nick Waplington is an artist currently working between LA, NYC, and London. Well-known for his paintings and photography, Waplington is an extremely prolific, multi-faceted creative not just limited to the viewfinder and canvas. His recent paintings are showing at the TJ Boulting gallery in London, February 2 to March 4.
Blog1We are lost, But its okay…The found are dead, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.

Happiness is the longing for repetition, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.

No light only darkness visable II, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.

The Search For a Superior Moral Justification For Selfishness, 2016, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 122 x 152 cm / 48 x 60 in.


Snoeman is a visual artist and graffiti writer based in New York City. He’s known for his gritty aesthetics and raw depictions of quintessential New York people, places, and scenes. Snoeman visited the Krink studio and demonstrated his unique style.
All works: Snoeman, Krink on vinyl, dimensions variable, 2017.

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Andre K-60


Downtown NYC native Guess SKE dropped by the Krink compound and made drawings using K-32 on canvas.

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Community Watch Steve Powers

Steve1 Steve3 K60 on acrylic.Steve2Always dapper and daring.

JonOne Visit

John Perello, aka JonOne, is a New York born, Paris based artist. He started on the streets of Harlem as Jon156 and transitioned onto canvas when he moved to Paris. Jon visited the Krink studio on a recent trip to NYC.



DSC08165Jon’s signature style. K60 and acrylic on paper.


DSC08185An avid boxer, Jon shows us his stance.



K-51 Youtube review

Video by sticker trading.

Community Watch Johnny Knapp

Johnny Knapp visits the Krink Campus and lounges on an Modernica side-shell chair.


Steve Powers visit.

Stephen Powers is an artist based in New York City. He is well-known for his whimsical drawings and political murals, but started out as a graffiti artist under the name ESPO (acronym for Steve Powers). Steve visited our new campus to catch up and sketched some drawings with and K32 acrylic markers and our new improved K70 bullet tip marker.

1K70 on paper.



4K32 acrylic on paper.


Thanks steve!

Community Watch Rob Grubman “The Accountant”

Calculator at the ready.


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