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Vychodni Strana

About 50 minutes of hardcore trains, trams, blockbusters, rooftops and more.

New York City graff

[via Kings of New York .Net]

Best of Style Wars

Graffiti movie from the 80’s New York. Thanks to Pinten for this video. He loves this flick, so he have cut out the best parts in his opinion.

The Best of Graffiti TV – volumes 1, 2 and 3

This DVD contains live footage of graffiti writers from all over the world painting legal art work and illegal tagging on the street. This edition includes the best scenes from Graffiti TV 1, 2 and 3. Here you’ll find the best in bombing, piercing, and breaking. Graffiti TV will put some fire into your DVD […]

Etterbeek, Belgium: Awesome animated graffiti

I just found this awesome animated graffiti on This sequence of graffiti images can be found on a wall on the back of Etterbeek train station, Belgium. Drawings by BONOM & LORK.

Bomb it! – the movie

Bomb It!, a flick that follows countless artists all over the globe to tell the timeless tale of graffiti. Guerrilla filmmakers trail their subject from its birth in pre-historic cave paintings to its contemporary explosion on the walls of Barcelona. The cast of real-life characters runs the gamut from old school legends to current favorites, […]

New book: Los Angeles Graffiti

Interview with POWER, Roger Gastman & Sonja Teri Page Count: 128 Size: 8 1/4 x 10 inches Format: Paperback Publication Date: July 2007 Price: $27.95 Category: Street Graphics and Urban Art, Popular Culture Graffiti makes us think of cities. Urban denizens are used to seeing ink and paint scrawled and plastered on trains, buses and […]

Urban Funke – Barcelona, Spain

Urban Funke 2007 took place this year on June 29 and 30 in Barcelona. The weather was perfect and the energy was as chill as can be when you’ve got a bunch of graffiti artists, street-ballers and skateboarders running around! On top of Montjuïc, with the Palau Nacional as the backdrop, the event’s location was […]

The Graffiti Project

The idea of The Graffiti Project is simple and original: take the vibrant and often transient art form of Brazilian graffiti out of its predominantly urban context and apply it to the ancient and permanent walls of an historic rural castle in Scotland – Kelburn Castle. This distinctive vision is quickly catching people’s imagination, and […]