2021 – 10 Years Offline Graffiti Magazine
96 Seiten/Pages (Neu: +16 Seiten) – A4 – Softcover – 100% Trains
– Wien U-Bahn / Vienna Subway
– Special: What is my name?
– Wien S-Bahn / Vienna S-Trains
– Austrian / Österreich Trains
Mit dabei sind in der Nummer 26 folgende Specials: Crew Special mit der HORR Crew, Travel Report mit VALID, der in „Going East“ von seinen Erlebnissen in Osteuropa und Zentralasien berichtet und Writer’s Story mit RIGOLO, der von seinem Werdegang als Graffitiwriter und seiner Sicht auf die gut zwei Jahrzehnte Graffiti in Bern erzählt, die er miterlebt und mitgeprägt hat. Dazu gibts einige Seiten gemischter Walls und Trains aus der Schweiz.
– 92 Seiten
– DIN A4
– English / Deutsch
The 57th issue of STYLEFILE magazine goes by the name of BBOYfile and comes around the corner with the best moves on walls and steel. In addition to the familiar photo spreads with the latest walls and trains, there are the following specials:
– ADULT ENTERTAINMENT
– STYLEFILE SKETCH BATTLE #2
Lucky number seven! Tribute is once again paid to the unbridled passion of the trainwriting scene – because even in this different times neither travel restrictions nor curfews can put a stop to the brazen creativity. With our interim publication of the OTIS book, it has now been three years since the last issue. Therefore, we have again made a few adjustments to further refine the magazine. With this issue, the part on graffiti on freight trains is dropped, making room for more writer specials: ADEN, ALONE, ASTRO, CVA CREW, GOAL, IXAP, MISTERY MAN, RUSH, SKUSI, SPHAE, VIFL, WILMA.
Boulevard – On Trespassing and Culture No.2
Zeitungsdruck in Kartonverpackung
Boulevard – On Trespassing and Culture is an international, art magazine that reflects the past and present discourse in street and urban art. The format is intended to complement existing magazines and publications. Overarching themes structure each issue. The topics are theory (Reprint), photography, portraits of artists and works (Cases), current publications, reviews and news (Talk).
‘Threesome’ by Boris Hoppek, Miss Van and Rimon Guimar es / Nuart Journal / Graffiti Review / In Between Space, Time and a Pattern of Chaos, Fousion Gallery, Barcelona (ES) / La Fulmine, Printing house of the resistance (Sardinia (IT)) / John Fekner – Memory / Untold Stories, Inside Graffiti Writing Culture / Menetekel.org / Eric Winkler: Sog / Unlock Book Fair, Modena 2020 / [re/dis]cover – urban art & research
Ben Brohanszky: Subcultural Strategies Katia Hermann and Pietro Rivasi: Exhibiting photos of writing Jasper van Es and Good Guy Boris: #ViralVandals Jo Preußler, Aljoscha Begrich and Stefan Reuter: Can you show me the way to the Graffitimuseum?
Lene ter Haar: Claiming Visibility – Between Vandalism and Appreciation (2010) Orestis Pangalos: Crisis – What Crisis / No Respect (2014) Harald Hinz: About Institutionalizing Urban Art (2018) Bernd Dollinger and Bettina Hünersdorf: Graffiti as Version and Subversion (2010) Patrick Hagopian: Reading the Indecipherable (1987)
Bill Daniel: Wierd Hobo Trip – Beyond the Streets Rage: Selected Works on Public Transit Cars and Gallery Walls Dunja JankoviĆ: Collaboration without Consent Emanuel Roth: Parkiert
New installment of Oh my tag! with material from the last months in the city of Barcelona and its surroundings divided into 3 sections: Walls, Color Bombing and Trains. Also the Spain Files section, in which we collect material from all over Spain. And as a novelty in this number 8 you will also find the World Writers section with international material. Section that we will continue publishing in the next issues of Oh My Tag!
Format 17 cm x 24 cm
Speciale: Lust DH/HFS
Here Today Gone Tomorrow / Photography (@here.today__gone.tomorrow)
Broz / Poland
Cazzo / Vienna
HDUEWOF / Circumvesuviana
Beer / Ferrovie del Gargano
Linee Private Italiane
Cover by: Nine June 01 (@ninejune01)
Tags by: La Franz (@__lafranz__)
114 Seiten / Pages
After the last issue, where we all danced to hip-hop, we are now shifting up a gear – to RAVE!
Here is our line-up:
– VAPOUR TRAILS
– THE WEIRED
– SKETCH BATTLE Vol. III
As a warm-up, we’ll serve you a relaxed – but not unexciting – smorgasbord of wall productions, then at the afterhours we’ll get down to the real hardcore stuff a.k.a. traingraffiti.
Enjoy your dance!
The graffiti magazine Stains Magazine celebrates 5 years and 10 issues and just as previous releases, they keep it ‘Strictly Swedish biz’.
The content consists of mixed walls, freight trains, spraycations, Swedish trains as well as commuter trains and subways from Stockholm. Issue 10 of course also contains special features, this time with Wtass [RTS K432 FJU] – also known as the Swedish meme king @tassensmemes, west coast-based LiL crew offers fresh analog cut-and-paste collage, FUE crew from Stockholm offers on 100% trains and technically skilled Dekis [MOAS TWC] offers burners on both walls and trains.
As if this weren’t enough, the 10:th issue has been expanded to 100(!) pages, with four surprise mini features hidden inside AND the cover is designed together with one of Sweden’s biggest names right now – Triss [BST NFC GG]. If you prefer Swedish, contemporary graffiti, you should definitely not miss Stains Magazine – out now!