Tag: "graffiti"

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Futura 2000 | Expansions 2012

Trashfilter took a trip to Paris to see Futura 2000’s new exhibition and to learn about his new drive for 2012 and beyond.

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The Doomsday Papers | Mysterious Al at StolenSpace

When Trashfilter last caught up with Mysterious Al, he was preparing to collate his work for his first solo show: ‘The Doomsday Papers’ at StolenSpace is the outstanding result.

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Will I Go To Hell For This | graffiti book

This book, fresh from Denmark, is specifically about the Copenhagen S-train scene from 1984 up to 2009. With 264 pages and over 600 photos, it’s pretty comprehensive.

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Hurtyoubad x Topsafe tees

Hurtyoubad.com is as good as the internet gets, so when I heard that they were releasing a limited set of t-shirts with the guys at Topsafe, I knew they’d be impressive. Come and have a look…

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Mysterious Al | artist and illustrator

Mysterious Al is one of the UK’s finest artists, painting, drawing and designing for himself and a growing number of savvy clients. Trashfilter caught up with Al to find out what makes him tick…

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London Burners book (Prestel) | graffiti book by Jete Swami

Another London-centric graf book? Yep: and it’s another good one. Come and check out ‘London Burners’.

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Style Wars | hip-hop & graffiti documentary

Trashfilter pays homage to the best hip-hop documentary of all-time: Style Wars.

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Keep The Faith magazine

When I heard that ‘Keep The Faith’ was on its way, I felt it was a good chance to catch up with the editor and get his take on the disappearing world of UK graf magazines.

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All City Writers | graffiti book

For the £30 or whatever it’s retailing at, this is one of few new graf books that’s well worth the money.

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‘Né Dans La Rue’ Fondation Cartier graffiti exhibition, Paris

“This exhibition traces the origins of the graffiti movement while offering a panorama of the diversity of contemporary writing”. A Cartier-backed history of graffiti? Really? Let’s investigate…

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Crack & Shine

Taking on the task of documenting the history of London’s graffiti scene was never going to be an easy job, but you can strike ‘Crack & Shine’ up as a resounding success.

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Joseph Rivera ‘Vandal Squad: Inside The NYC Transit Police Department 1984-2004’

Rivera was one of the early members of the NYC Police Department’s Vandal Squad in the 1980s – this book documents his exploits whilst trying to catch many of graf’s most infamous writers.

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adidas IRAK Rmx Equipment Sport Runner

We shouldn’t need to introduce IRAK to you, but this collaborative double-pack with adidas grabbed the spotlight and swung it onto NYC’s inkdripping kings with no shame. About time.