Endless Canvas' warehouse-turned-graffiti gallery opened last weekend and the hordes of street art aficionados and photographers we on hand at the Carbon Warehouse (formerly the Flint Ink factory) at 4th and Gilman in Berkeley.

Our pals over at Uptown Almanac also braved a massive line to get in to share some shots of the scene. Unfortunately, some folks waiting to get in reportedly got fed up with waiting and started tagging in the surrounding neighborhood — against the wishes of event organizers and much to the displeasure of the neighbors.

The warehouse will exist in its current technicolor rattlecan form at least until the end of the month, but it won't have regular viewing hours. For the next public showing you'll have to keep checking the Endless Canvas website. If you can't make it to Berkeley, there's a whole cache of photos over on Flickr.

Previously: Abandoned Warehouse To Temporarily Become 36,000-Square-Foot Graffiti Museum