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Montana Hardcore 2: the REAL revolution!
The first spraycan created explicitly for the graffiti market in 1994, now gets a facelift, in order to become the new reference for high pressure spraycans. Montana Hardcore has a new paint formulation, even more adhesive, a better and faster drying, discarding the old compatibility problems in overpainting between different colors. From now on, painting with Montana Hardcore is easier, even in the most extreme conditions, thanks to the brand new V-Touch valve: soft and modulable, superclean, 100% compatible with all the caps in commerce, forget about the overkill and the leaking problems.
Moreover, the color range has been revolutioned, with the add of 63 brand new colors, mantaining the glossy finish which made Montana Hardcore famous all-over the world. Along with the 43 best-seller colors of the last 15 years, Montana Hardcore gets enriched by 10 new Pop colors, specially formulated to be brighter and saturated to the top.
Available in 110 shades, new color range, 63 brand new shades and 3 metalized colors.
Any can is provided with the new Universal Skinny cap.
Our side of the tracks presents 70 images from 35 different countries showing us the romantic and artistic atmosphere that surrounds train-writing discipline, all in a purely photographic perspective. The book includes portraits of many of the world’s most famous artists involved in the graffiti scene as well as many of the most visited and the most obscure places, out of reach from the general public, where graffiti writers go to paint on trains. It will not only be the bible in ones library but it will stand as a timeless piece of work in the scene now seemingly over-saturated in books about the subject. A subculture on the rise and the first-hand, behind-the-scenes look at the people, considered criminals, who practice the art known as train painting, the last antidote to blatant advertising.
The photos include everywhere from New York’s grimy subway tunnels, Copenhagen’s ever-clean Metro layups, Milano’s gypsy-controlled train yards, Washington DC’s high-security spots, Paris’ legendary underground, to even Switzerland’s perfect trains. Catania’s subway before it was a tourist attraction in the graffiti scene, looking cleaner than ever. Bucharest wholecars covering the windows in 2006. Switzerland’s capital of Bern in the buff. Action in Toronto, Canada. Climbing through windows in Milan. Between the lines in Miami. Belgium, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Germany, England, Spain, France and Austria.
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