Rated 5 out of 5
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.
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!
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.
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!
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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!
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!
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.
The new huge Auri Sacra Fames chapter is out! Featuring 236 pages full of style, mostly from Berlin. Featuring Berlin Tags, crew special on TBA (Berlin-Hamburg), "Piece and Story" with SKIM & SHEK, interview special on UNLIKE U and their lawsuit with the BVG (the Company behind the Berlin Subway), walls, trains and subways... Extremely good price-quality ratio. Don't miss it.
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!
Cut and Fold Subway Sketchbook is 8 different subway car paper models from 8 of the worlds metropolis. Cut, fold, glue … and you have created your own miniature subway model car. From the late 70s until today, these subway car models have served as the canvases for the most explosive art movement of our times. While the kings of graffiti go through great trouble putting their art on trains, these formats are now available to everyone. Fun for train enthusiasts and graffiti fans of all ages. Cut and fold your own little subways, perfect your sketches, re-color the subway designs. Only the imagination sets the limits. Cut and Fold Subway Sketchbook contains 4 subway car paper models of each model - if you mess up with the crayons on your favorite model, just start with another one. Models included are New York, London, Berlin, Paris, Moscow, Toronto, Rome and Stockholm.
Photographer Gerard Fournier presents this book, which will feature more than 100 pages of trainwriting ambience photos and a dvd with more than 80 minutes of action in subways and trains all over Europe. Limited edition, 1000 copies hand numbered. Book + DVD: 82 min + 10 min bonus
An authentic trip in the deep underground to find different kinds of places and people. From writers to clubbers, from caves to trains, from digging to any other subterranean activity. Many pictures, arcticles and original graphics will lead you to the magic underground world, just to discover places you didn't even imagine could have existed. Stricly trough tunnels, the main character of this book. The author Andrea Caputo is a great architect, but is even more famous in the graffiti scene for the excellent research he did with 'All City Writing', a milestone in graffiti culture. Dimensions 24 x 34 cm
Prefaced by Steve Grody, Results not excuses is the first monograph dedicated to the artist Paul “Aroe” Barlow, an active member of the HA, MSK and VMD crews, to name a few. The book motions from his beginnings in the 80’s to nowadays, exploring the universe of this artist rooted in Graffiti culture. Throughout the pages, his murals and his trains show Aroe’s evolution. Trough over 500 visuals on his arts, the artist gives us the full generosity of his art. The reflections of prestigious contributors such as Norm, Ces, Gary or Ewok, amongst others, emphasize his own words.
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.
‘I am just trying to be nice’ is a book about the work of Nug, published as a limited edition first run. This exclusive publication comes with a one of a kind book cover Nug made from a new piece of his work cut to pieces. Please note: every single copy has a unique cover made by the artist. Amsterdam based design agency UNDOG – notorious for creating unorthodox and challenging visual communications – created a clean, subtle and at the same time an equally rough and raw design for the 64 page book. This book contains the first true overview of Nug’s work: from exhibitions to graffiti pictures, video stills and paintings, it’s all here, all Nug, in all overwhelming intensity. This release is a collectors item for book lovers, graffiti haters and opinionated people. Nug is a well known name in the graffiti scene. Apart from taking trains and walls on, he’s also created many controversial exhibitions, video’s and paintings. Some define his Works as plain vandalism, others clearly think this is what art is about. These strong opinionated differences even made it into the Swedish parliament and has kept many international art critics included in the debate.
With Zombie Love by Won from the ABC crew finally comes a follow-up of the successful book Colour Kamikaze who has it all. While interest in zombies and other undead creatures has become mainstream through movies and media, Won has already begun more than a decade earlier to create his own zombie world. He works with an incredible attention to detail, which makes him inimitable.
Chapter 1 is a versatile designed Zombie story, which is brought to life by using various techniques like photos, comics and classic drawings. The special feature here is probably that each image speaks for itself. If you like zombies, this book spreads more Zombie Love than all these mainstream zombie movies from Hollywood. In Chapter 2 - The Chronicles Won shows the best of his work: trains, tuk tuks, helicopters, murals, artwork , toys, drawings and canvases. A visual feast - but we have saved the best for last, as usual. Zombie Love is a must have for all fans of Wons style. But also for all other zombie fans!
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.
Printed in A4 format, spraytrains is a collection of the best shots of the popular blog devoted to graffiti on trains in Italy. A selection of styles that were running on the Italian lines between 2014 and 2015, and a hearty batch of early 2016 panels.
There are, moreover, three fat specials: the first is dedicated to Rabe, tireless Swiss writer always present on Italian lines; the second is reserved to Bacon, which doesn't need any presentation; the last special is all oriented to the Milan metro. Good job!
Paris subway car plastic model in ABS. You can custom it with your favourite marker. We suggest Uni Posca or Molotow markers or any other acrylic paint marker in general.
Dimensions 52 x 4 x 11 cm.
Brand new Stylefile issue, unmissable! Featuring Kaos75 from AK47 crew and his trains, Otis from LE and CAP crew with a big interview and lot of panels from all across Europe andthe Berlin-based subway bomber Fach, with nice pics from Berlin and New York. The very huge mix section features som big names of the European graffiti scene such as Bates, Romeo, Boogie, Mega, Does, Totem, Geesere, Puppet, CanTwo, Tasso, Secse, Ogre, Form and much more! Suggested.
Sketchbook created by Zeus40 from the Wild Boys Crew, a limited edition project that contains several blank pages and a few pages with trains and trucks outlines. It also contains a special 'Back To The Style' jam poster with the 2014 edition walls. It contains a pencil as well.
120 gr Recycled rough paper
128 pages - Format 12x17 cm
Brand new That's Amore issue featuring tons of pictures and specials! Featuring Viper, Mixer, HDP crew and a huge section of mix pictures. As usuale, it's only about trains!
Hard TImes, Volume 2, a new strictly trains magazine from the sunny Italy. Specials in this issue: Piove (L'ME), AIDS crew, Jnacs (OMG), Ricks (ROYALS). Good mix section and huge size pictures featuring Ciao, T.Love, Erotik, Soul 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 14th issue: hall of fame, Apris GBR special, Raiz FK special, Hamburg subways and S-Trains, Athens subway city focus and much more. Hard cover!
New Stylefile 42, the Jungle File! Featuring Rusl, Amit2.0, Schock78, Spider, Boogie, Nug and Skim. Featuring a lot of mix pages, European trains and walls as usual!
Featured in this edition is none other than the legendary train writer Pubes, who is still going strong and celebrating his twentieth (!) year of train writing. Alongside, the Stockholm writer Kay who at the moment is giving Stockholm a treat of his quirky, abstract letters. Finally, a photo report where you get into the world of the America street bomber, Guns. Then as per usual a wide range of styles in the walls, trains and bombing sections with material from crews and writers such as Wufc, Rhb, Bst, Keff, Fra32, Pilchi and many others.
We Are The City represent Rome nowadays, focusing on walls and trains, without forgetting the subways, with a special on the brand new Metro C. Lots of panels pictured from huge names in Rome, such as Poison, THE, Runa, Reps, Brus and many more. Suggested!
Hard TImes, Volume 1, a new strictly trains magazine from the sunny Italy. Specials in this issue: Bacon (PEVS-MF), DIAS-UHT crew, Ves (NSA), UFS crew. Good mix section and huge size pictures. Definitely not bad!
How & Nosm are European graffiti artists and professional muralists residing in New York. There has been much interest in their new work. In times when a multitude of colors, techniques and effects tend to overcompensate for style, How & Nosm take the opposite approach. With a limited color pallet in hand (black, white and red), How & Nosm create eye-catching murals laced with social commentary. Their signature ‘black, white and red’ intricate patterns, stark line work and stylized forms allow the clarity of the message conveyed come to the fore. 'How&Nosm – The Brazil Diaries' is an intimate look at their art explorations in Brazil. Unlike any other place they have travelled to, have they found such great understanding and acceptance of their artistic pursuits. The liberation and creative freedom afforded has proved instrumental in their recent mural work and keeps them returning for more. Don't miss the last book's section with a selection of international walls with TATS and MSK and a selection of trains and metros all across Europe.
The new That's Amore issue shows some of the best stuff running on trains in Itlay, mostly stuff made by Italian writers. Only trains and subways and two big specials: Rok (DH-TCS-WAU) and Runa (THE). Good selection, big pictures, don't miss it!
One of the best magazine from Eastern Europe is out with a super fresh issue, probably the best issue they have released until today. Specials inside: Euro Yards, SWR crew, Sobekcis / HA, Mjay photography, South & North America trip (full of subways and clean trains!). Good mix selection.
The Stylefile 39 - INDIGOfile offers everything that makes even more fun with a spraycan than without. From a barbeque at the hall of fame to the tunnelparty in the underground. From Sweden to Cuba, we have compiled the most beautiful parts of the cities and turned it into a 84-page magazine. In addition to walls, trains, and INDIGO sketches, this time, there are specials with INKA, who also made the cover sketch, B-MAN, RAKE, NAKZ and a STYLEFILE VS. NILS MÜLLER double-page to discover. For all those who just cannot get enough of summer stories, 1UP from Berlin tells us about their trips to Cuba, Thailand, Istanbul and Paris in an interview.
A brand new Unpleasant issue arrived at GraffitiShop: as usual there are no walls, only trains! Featuring: - a special from Sato - the exceptional writer Bild - photographer: Edward Nightingale - Around the World with Tailor - Partners in Crime: Chaos & Ausy - Crew Feature Nr. 1: MGB - Lebman – a true Steelhead from Hamburg - Crew Feature Nr. 2: IMR
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.
UP45 includes a story on the pixação scene in São Paulo visualized by Leandro Mantovani's incredible images of the pixadores in action, a focus on The American style writer Jurne, Stockholms Mint and Bulgarian UNL-crew, Tobias Barenthin Lindblad found out about one of the first essays ever written about the Stockholm graffiti scene in 1986 and interviewed Staffan Löfgren, who wrote the essay, Marr and Leon presents a bunch of their insane burners which has honored the Scanian Påga trains over the past year, plus we give you an extralarge number of pages filled with Swedish graffiti to cover a fraction of all the graff produced since the last time.
Second issue for this young Italian graffiti magazine, featuring TMA crew, trains from Eastern Europe, metro from all acreoss Europe and many more. Around 14 pages of walls.
Good photo selection of trains and walls in the new Incognito 12 issue, mostrly from Scandinavian peninsula. Interviews and reports for HM crew and Altgr crew from Copenhagen, plus a mix section from all over Europe.