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The new Concrete issue 11 is out. Featuring East Europe trainbombing from Prague to Russia, with a lot of specials: trains and subways from Praha, Moscow, Minsk, Budapest and St. Petersburg, FYGS interwiev and an exclusive Ukraine special.
Vans crewneck sweatshirt with print on front and print on the left sleeve.
Vans hooded sweatshirt with print on front and pouch pocket.
Vans crewneck sweatshirt featuring Vans logo print on front.
Vans crewneck sweatshirt with print on front.
Staple snapback hat with front embroidery and all over print.
Komono Winston Series watch featuring Japanese Quartz movement, matte gun metal case, stainless steel back, water resistant 30 m, genuine leather wristband with genuine leather details. 41 mm case.
Brand new Nixon watch, the first smartwatch created to be used while playing extreme sports. Rugged design with a 48mm polycarbonate case, AMOLED colored touch screen with wet-finger system, durable Corning Gorilla Glass glass, 23mm sylicone strap with stainless steel clip. Powered by Android Wear, it features the following applications: Google Fit, Google Play Music, Google Maps, Distant Camera, Weather and Flights plus the exclusive Surfline and Snocountry fuctions, to be used specifically by surfers and snowboarders. Thermometer, altimeter, barometer, e-compass, gyrometer, accelerometer and humidity sensors included. It requires a phone running Andoid 4.3+ or iOS 8.2+, it connects with your phone via Bluetooth and is rechargeable with an USB plug included in the packaging, together with a hard case.
Fresh new heavy Wanted issue, the famous Spanish graff magazine. Still pushing the best pieces on walls and trains, with a special hall of fame selection. Featuring hundreads of writers including Sea 162, Raer, Stile, Pus, Tech, Rysa, Laser and many others.
This new chapter of one of the most famous european graffiti magizine is literally fire! Great walls selection, specials with interwievs with KAM, Gucci and Kroko 403. Tons of subways and steel with big pictures with excellent quality.
Fresh issue for Wanted, the famous Spanish graff magazine. No words, only pictures with: Madrid walls, Madrid trains, Madrid Subway, Krash special, Spanish trains and walls. The best from Spain!
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This new chapter of one of the most famous european graffiti magizine is literally fire! Great walls selection, specials with interwievs with the old schooler Rush 186 that says he's "far from stopping with bombing"; the OWZ crew, real bombers, and Unik from CFKS crew. Great mix selection, with the typical Non Stop taste. Don't miss it!
WORK IN PROGRESS: THE CARHARTT WIP ARCHIVES is the first comprehensive publication exploring that remarkable evolution. Edited by Michel Lebugle and Anna Sinofzik, with texts by Gary Warnett, Mark Kessler and Anna Sinofzik, it features more than 350 images including heaps of hitherto unpublished photographs, artworks, as well as ephemera drawn from the company’s own archives and different private collections, providing an unparalleled look into the brand’s bustling universe. Featuring the extensive story of the brand from its humble beginning to their most popular garments like the Detroit Jacket, Watch Hat, Siberian Jacket, and Cargo Pants, WORK IN PROGRESS is a celebratory, transatlantic stroll through the company’s rich and colorful history. This collection will appeal to both fashion enthusiasts and devotees of American cool.
The first book to celebrate one of the iconic brands of American streetwear. An originator of West Coast street and skate style, FUCT was a cult Los Angeles brand that went on to become one of the most influential American streetwear labels, influencing not only the style but also the graphic and referential approach of countless artists and companies. Driven by the provocative vision of its creator, the artist Erik Brunetti, FUCT’s appeal drew on contemporary skate aesthetics and invoked a situationist slant on brand-oriented consumer culture. Famous for their appropriation of iconic logos, and renowned for collaborations with artists, designers, and companies as diverse as David Mann and Shawn Mortensen, FUCT continues to flirt with controversy as it remains at the forefront of American street fashion and culture. Published to coincide with the brand’s twentieth anniversary, with contributions from icons of the street fashion world such as Aaron Rose and Gary Warnett, this beautifully illustrated, comprehensive volume explores the archives of the brand’s products and advertising, as well as Brunetti’s artwork, sketches, and films that continue to inspire and inform the brand.
The first comprehensive book on the work of Jun Takahashi of UNDERCOVER, an icon of Harajuku streetwear and the presumptive heir to the heavy mantle of Japanese deconstruction. Takahashi Jun’s fashion is not born out of an excessively intellectualized agenda. While not quite populist, his generative influences are instead romantic—even gothic. A fixture of the Paris collections for more than ten years—plus seventeen uninterrupted seasons in Tokyo prior to that—Takahashi’s life’s work confirms a maturation from self-conscious artifice and rebel pastiche to a steely, withering elegance all his own. Hailing from Gunma Prefecture like his friend Nigo of A Bathing Ape, Takahashi’s long association with the undisputed king of Ura-Harajuku in the early 1990s is now the stuff of local fashion lore. But Takahashi would blaze an entirely different path to legend and notoriety. The violent rending and hasty reassembly that characterized his early work, its calculated imperfections and sutured seams, have given way to collections that he himself now calls "sexy and feminine." UNDERCOVER is insightfully curated with fashion-filled chapters devoted to Takahashi’s sketches, graphic work, collaborations, and most innovative designs to date. Lavishly illustrated with more than 200 photographs and in-depth essays by fashion writers, curators, and colleagues, this book gives readers first time access into Takahashi’s UNDERCOVER, one of the most desired and multidimensional clothing lines in contemporary fashion.
Montana Colors launches a product which will revolutionize the understanding of spray paints, forever. Water Based 300 is the ecological response to environmental, health and sustainability issues which concern the whole world. But Water Based 300 is not only "Green Footprint", it is a technical spray suitable for all needs. Thanks to its polyvinyl formulation, Water Based 300 emulates the characteristics of traditional solvent-based products, solving all the problems plaguing the traditional water-based spray paints. With Water Based 300, indeed, you won't need no longer to wait endless minutes to apply different color layers: the overpainting has never been so easy. The colors are super opaque, smooth and homogeneous, and thanks to the water-based formulation it is possible to remove the paints from any non-porous surface as long as they are moist, while the state becomes perfectly permanent when dry, allowing the use of it both for professionals and for school / education workshops.
Ideal for all artists in the needs of indoor performances, Water Based 300 is also ideal for those who use it outdoor and, thanks to its universal and modular valve, it mounts all the caps on the market, allowing the artist to work in total ease on all surfaces, from glass to wood to metal to concrete. Each can is supplied with a Skinny Banana black cap.
Available in 41 standard colors, 5 fluorescent, 2 metallics,2 semi-transparents for glazes and effects and 2 varnishes.
The color chart faithfully emulates the pigments' shades used in the fine arts and every spraycan refers, on its tin, the conversion table with Hex colors, CMYK and Pantone colors.
Sakura Solid Marker, born for tough jobs, soon has become really popular amongst writers, due to its ability to write virtually on any surface. Solid Marker is solidified paint in a marker stick and it marks through oil, grease, rust, mud and snow on rough and smooth surfaces inside or outside. It even marks and dries under water. Dries within minutes, is permanent once dry and is virtually odourless. The special “Stay Fresh” twist mechanism keeps paint fresh and ready to use. Ideal for use on wood, cloth & canvas, plastic, steel & iron, rubber, cardboard, glass, fiberglass & concrete. Working temperature range: -10°C to 200°C. Solid Marker produces a 13 mm wide mark and if the marker is left to dry out it’s easly brought back to life by trimming with a knife. Available in 7 standard and 3 fluorescent colours.
The acylic-based 127HS-CO marker, with the exchangeable extra strong 1,5 mm Molotow Crossover-Tip, is optimized for rough surfaces like stone, concrete, leather, tiles, cardboard, terracotta and so on. Thanks to the shape of the tip, the marker is applicable from any angle. Available in 40 colors and refillable with all Molotow ONE4ALL refills.
Sakura Solid Marker Slim, born for tough jobs, soon has become really popular amongst writers, due to its ability to write virtually on any surface. Solid Marker Slim is solidified paint in a marker stick and it marks through oil, grease, rust, mud and snow on rough and smooth surfaces inside or outside. It even marks and dries under water. Dries within minutes, is permanent once dry and is virtually odourless. The special “Stay Fresh” twist mechanism keeps paint fresh and ready to use. Ideal for use on wood, cloth & canvas, plastic, steel & iron, rubber, cardboard, glass, fiberglass & concrete. Working temperature range: -10°C to 200°C. Solid Marker Slim produces a 9 mm wide mark and if the marker is left to dry out it’s easly brought back to life by trimming with a knife. Available in 4 standard colours.
Thrasher T-shirt with print on chest. Artwork by Parra.
Incognito Magazine #19 brings you the latest global graffiti styles presented in 68 pages of trains, walls, bombing and 3 specials featuring JETSKI, MOSS, SIOR and late graffiti writer RISK who passed away early this year.
The first issue of Pointelss Magazine features 4 hot specials: Alme Crew, Phiesta, Jpp Crew, Noek. But also a good selection of walls, trains and bombings by Broke, Rick, Retro, Riot, Semor, Piove, Bilos, Pomis, Peeta, Besk, Iato, Tomoz, Reser, Burla, Bates, Trun, Oracs, Pales, Das, Cost, Mobar, Hoer, Kest, Capras, Bande, Oats, Jons, Izzy, Rage, Wisher, Les Gens, Gomer, Musa, Onix, Inkub, Griotz, Fork, Erase, Shabla, Lovepusher, Astek, Damn, Remi, Esko, Crue, Sobek, Kcis, Sambre, Remz, Depon, Aies, Loretek, SuperTimor, Arsek, Bias, KidKash, Phoenix, Think, Emir, Magic, Rens, Neist, Tera, Dizaster 156, Sweet, Crep, Retro (TAD), Kans and several others!
Hateful is the first editorial project from the TRV crew and the collective Why Style, from Rome. In the 1999 writers as Pane, Stand, Joe, Nico, Jon and Delta put together this fanzine, with excellent texts and pictures taken in New York and Rome. In this pages pictures of pieces done by TRV crew, Delta, Reas, Ja and many more. Few pages (20) but full of good stuff. A magazine that everyone should have in their personal collection. Italian and English texts. Limited edition, 250 printed copies in 1999.
Grog Black Magic Ink 70 is an invisible ink that reacts under UV lights until its complete dulling, with a deep dark brown finish. Its special formulation allows to obtain different shades of color, which are determined by the intensity of light to which it is exposed the artwork. If Black Magic Ink is used indoors, the darkening reaction will be much longer, compared to the outdoor usage, due to the different intensity between the UV artificial lights and the UV sun rays. Black Magic Ink is suitable for writing on all kinds of porous surfaces such as paper, cardboard, marble, concrete, plastic, metal and painted surfaces. It's not suitable to write on glass or other non-porous surfaces. Available in 1 color. Warning: The color intensity is determined by the amount of light absorbed by the ink and can vary depending on which is used outdoors or indoors.
Here we are with a new issue of Pointless magazine, one of the most interesting graff mags of the last years. In this issue we have some cool specials (with interview) featuring Kem5, Egs, Form76 and Krek. The mix section is full of style, featuring names as Pacer, Chas, Sofles, Wany, Reser, Rekor and many more. Suggested!
Incognito Magazine #20 brings you the latest global graffiti styles presented in 68 pages of trains, walls, bombing and 4 specials featuring Renks, Beats, Goog and Alfe. The mix section is impressive in terms of quality and quantity!
Here we are with a new issue of Pointless magazine, one of the most interesting graff mags of the last years. Specials with Omens, Jeroo, Dilk, Suiko and Moin & Fact, plus great mix sections with steel, walls and silvers from all Italy and more!
Brand new magazine directly from Barcelona, Spain. A well done European selection of both walls and trains, in order to make happy both stylers and bombers. Amazing specials on Vino and PantOne, a nice Buenos Aires city-focus and an interview with Spok. Strongly suggested!
One of the best magazine from Eastern Europe is out with a super double issue, probably the best issue they have released until today. Specials inside: Euro Yards, Brus/MOAS, subways and steel from all Europe and an incredible trip to India. Good mix selection and, of course, slovak trains.
Hard TImes, Volume 3, a new strictly trains magazine from the sunny Italy. Specials in this issue: Ike (MAS-Aeroes), Comic (TMB-RPS), Real (VT) and Clito (UAO). Good mix section and huge size pictures featuring Pevs, Erotik, Omg, Teso, Krep1 and many more. Definitely not bad!
Bad Taste is more than a magazine, it looks like more than a book, a collector's item! In this 13rd issue: hall of fame, cityscape, S-Train, subways, 10 years of Motiv, Easer from LONS crew, HACF crew and much more. Hard cover!
Brand new graffiti magazine from Berlin, featuring trains, walls and street bombing, with some really cool specials as for writers Drow and Coke. An excellent eye on the Berlin graff world today.
I'll Kick You In The Head With My Energy Legs is depicting the everyday life in a group of skateboarders from London who managed to escape the prison of nine-to-five. Their everyday life, travel and privation. Each person helps to build momentum in the picture story, whether it be walking along the Thames sludge-covered beaches in search of an American friend who had an "emergency shit" after accidentally drinking a bottle of laxatives, a trip to the hospital to fix an elbow out of joint, or a play with a dead pigeon. The photos were taken over three years by the skipper and photographer Jonnie Craig. He had his breakthrough when he was 18 years old were picked up by Vice Magazine and established himself quickly through his first book 2009. His latest book sold out quickly and is now a collector's item.