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Obey crewneck sweatshirt with "Obey" script printed on the chest and prints on the back.
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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
Cosmonometry is the illustrated biography of Pro176, Parisian writer, spokesman for the European school strongly influenced by the New York writing roots. Son of the Paris suburbs, Pro approaches to graffiti from an early age, preferring the RER A station benches, instead of the school benches. The book recounts his approaches to the world of Hip Hop, his desire to escape from the gray landscape of the Parisian suburbs, his first illegal parties in the underground tunnels, his stylistic evolution based on the meeting with the style masters like Bando, Mode 2 in Paris, Poem, Cope 2 and Wane in New York, Recto and Jaba in Liege. Cosmonometry is a true timeline of a key figure in the European world of writing, which has managed to combine the basics of the style of the graffiti mecca with a frantic search for their own method in lettering design. All-round Artist, in the course of his career Pro176 dedicated himself to everything related to the purest form of writing, becoming a master in both its complex masterpiece productions, and in the art of Throwup and tagging, virtually present in every corner of any Parisian arrondisment, until the full consecration of his figure as an illustrator, exhibiting in many galleries in France, Belgium, Germany, England and Switzerland. The book traces his career from the beginning, step by step, documenting his stylistic evolution that, despite being strongly influenced by the 80s overseas style, has come to an evolution based on the passion for the geometry of the letters and the complexity of the unachievable space, which has transformed its pieces into real masterpieces. A must for those who want to deepen their knowledge into the most innovative lettering design of the last decade.
Obey T-shirt with small print at left chest and large print on back.
Zoo York T-shirt with big print on front, comics style illustration.
Sixpack T-shirt with print on front. The album cover of The Velvet Underground designed by Andy Warhol reworked by Bell. Superior quality.
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.
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.
Greetings From is an art book featuring 8 European writers showing a personal view of their cities. An interesting work to rescue intimate feelings and unusual approaches to, apparently, well known places. More than 100 pages with previously unseen drawings, artowrks, photos and stories collected for this DIY project. Totally hand made, printed in a limited edition, with unique covers signed by the artists. Writers involved: Bizarre Dee (Roma), Nico from WhyStyle (Amsterdam), Fuzi (Paris), Egs (Helsinki), Buny (Madrid), IRT PNG (Liege), Eric Winkler (Berlin), HNR (Stockholm). Intro signed by Jacob Kimvall (Underground Productions)