• Der Edelstein – Wand (New cover)

    „A look at Berlin walls and the way they change due to various factors. In addition, artists and interested parties…

  • BERLIN: Writing Graffiti

    In June 2018 for the first time ever the attempt was made to exhibit the history of graffiti in Berlin.…

  • Punk Graffiti Archives: The Netherlands

    The history of graffiti in the Netherlands.

  • Punk Graffiti Archives: Madrid

    The history of graffiti in Madrid.

  • Aix Vandals – Graffiti und Writing in Aachen 1988–2018

    The history of graffiti in Aachen.

  • BUS126 – Shizen – Screen Print

    For the launch of our second exclusive Hitzerot screen print, we are happy to have BUS126 once again as partner…

  • Editions of LET’S DISAPPEAR! – BUS126

    The usual LET’S DISAPPEAR! book set comes in a individual box, built by BUS126. But for a few copies the…

  • BOE – No condition is permanent

    BOE is part of the design studio Via Grafik which was formed as a graffiti collective in the late nineties.…

  • CREAM – Mit Köpfchen, Herz und Militanz.

    Potsdam originated writer CREAM started writing traditional graffiti in the early 1990s. When the city of Berlin became his main…

  • Nuart Journal – #3 Brand New, You’re Retro: Memory & the City

    “Nuart Journal is a forum for critical commentary on urban art, defined as broadly as possible to include all aspects…

  • San Francisco Sidewalk Inscriptions – Per Englund

    San Francisco, one of the largest cities in California, has a history of graffiti going back to the early 1980s.…

  • Boxcar Magazin – Drei

    The Boxcar Magazine seems to become the new fixed standard concerning high quality publications on painted freight trains. With issue…

  • Zelle Asphaltkultur – Wir stehen bereit – Screen print

    Zelle Asphaltkultur is a North Rhine-Westphalia based and Europe-wide operating group of artists. Their artworks, which stand between graffiti, agitprop…

  • Zelle Asphaltkultur – Verhaltet euch ruhig! – Screen print

    Zelle Asphaltkultur is a North Rhine-Westphalia based and Europe-wide operating group of artists. Their artworks, which stand between graffiti, agitprop…

  • A’DAM GRAFFITY

    Graffiti in Amsterdam has an unique status compared to most European cities where namewriting in public became a New York…

  • Rail Experimental – Belgian Train Worker Art (New edition)

    The author documents the railway workers activity with more than 1000 photographs between 2013-2017. The presented pictures were selected from…

  • SEISMOGRAFFITI – No.2

    One year after the release of SEISMOGRAFFITI, the second issue continues where No.1 did stop. The concept of at least…

  • LET’S DISAPPEAR! – BUS126

    BUS126 is an oldschool writer who belongs to the first generations of the Berlin graffiti scene. Starting in 1986 with…

  • EISENSTEPPE – Spuren des Hoboismus in Deutschland

    Hoboism is an North American phenomenon describing the nomadic lifestyle of iternant workers who moved from town to town by…

  • BUS126 – Screen print

    Matching to the LET’S DISAPPEAR! book set, we are honored to publish the first exclusive Hitzerot screen print! BUS126, oldschool…

  • Boulevard – On Trespassing and Culture No.1 – CLASSICS

    “Boulevard – On Trespassing and Culture” is a brand new print publication and as the editors state in their explanatory…

  • TRAINS DE MARCHANDISES – VOLUME 1

    RAP is a Paris originated writer who started doing graffiti in the early nineties. As member of maybe the most…

  • GRAFFALIFE No.7 – TUNNELS NANTERRE / RER A

    RAP is a Paris originated writer who started doing graffiti in the early nineties. As member of maybe the most…

  • GRAFFALIFE No.6 – CHAMP-DE-MARS / RER C

    RAP is a Paris originated writer who started doing graffiti in the early nineties. As member of maybe the most…

  • GRAFFALIFE No.5 – ENCEINTES RATP

    RAP is a Paris originated writer who started doing graffiti in the early nineties. As member of maybe the most…

  • GRAFFALIFE No.2 – STATIONS FANTÔMES

    RAP is a Paris originated writer who started doing graffiti in the early nineties. As member of maybe the most…

  • TAG TOWN – Martha Cooper

    Martha Cooper is best known for publishing SUBWAY ART in 1984. Together with Henry Chalfant she documented the New York…

  • CLASSIC HITS – New York’s Pioneering Subway Graffiti Writers

    If you think about New York subway graffiti, names like SEEN, DONDI, LEE, QUIK or ZEPHYR may come to you…

  • Phantasies – Mythes et legends du group PAL

    15 interviews with members of the PAL from Paris and some great photos made by Esso.

  • Nuart Journal – #2 Eloquent Vandals

    “The theme of Issue II – ELOQUENT VANDALS – is a provocative link to street art and urban culture’s delinquent…

  • Nuart Journal – #1 Space is the Place

    “Nuart Journal is a forum for critical commentary on urban art, defined as broadly as possible to include all aspects…

  • Queenzbound – 1st sensational issue

    “This is the railroad story about mutants, trainnerds, coffeedrinkers, teadrinkers and railworkers who creep the freightyards and layups. Their only…

  • Aris – Screen print

    In the summer of 2017 the exhibition „Aber Du siehst mich nicht.“ (“… But you cannot see me”), which was…

  • TOCKA – Screen print

    In the summer of 2017 the exhibition „Aber Du siehst mich nicht.“ (“… But you cannot see me”), which was…

  • Illegale Zeichnungen

    Following the stale traditional graffiti type hierarchy, letter pieces can be executed as hasty throw-ups, large-scale, well readable bombings and…

  • FreightTrainWorks – Jens Besser

    In the summer of 2017 Jens Besser realized the FreightTrainWorks exhibition as part of the Urban Script Continues series in…

  • KUNSTFORUM International. Graffiti NOW – Ästhetik des Illegalen

    Man sieht es überall und versteht es doch nicht so richtig: Graffiti – die vandalischen Bilder auf Zügen und Wänden.…

  • AMSTERDAM ON TOUR – The early signs of Dutch graffiti

    “The year is 1983 A.D.. New York graffiti occupies the globe, the Old Europe is entirely clean and name writing…

  • Groß-Clochard (HUMAN INSIDE)

    “Numerous smartphone snapshots. Frozen snippets of moments from SAEIO’s last trip to Southland. Lightheartedness. Together with two Germans SPAIR &…

  • SEISMOGRAFFITI – No.1

    The author of SEISMOGRAFFITI invited 31 writers to take part in a book project which exclusively focuses on black-and-white drafts.…

  • Guide 04 (+ interview)

    Almost one and a half year have passed since the last Prague based Guide zine was released. Whilst all three…

  • DIAMONDS – Geben Sie ihm keine Zigarette, er ist noch ein Kind

    “We have learned nothing new!” declared the shocked painter Pablo Picasso upon visiting the cave paintings of Lascaux. He was…

  • OH – by Boris “DELTA” Tellegen

    Painting freighttrains became more and more attractive to European writers within the last 15 years. After decades in which boxcar…

  • Disz. The first Dutch writer bombing the New York City subway.

    …New York City is still the capital and cultural center of graffiti. It’s like Mecca to those who worship at…

  • 451 – 452

    The passion to paint trains is often combined with a big enthusiasm for trains, different and rare models and their…

  • CALYBA – Screen Print

    In Joachim Spurlosers and Stefan Wartenbergs 2015 publication “CALYBA” you can find poems based on the pseudonyms of graffitiwriters and…

  • something passed by my eyes

    “ODEN is graffiti artist who lives in japan. mostly his subjects are from exploring, painting and all his experience. This…

  • Gossenpost No.3 – Tags & T-Ups

    One year after the release of the “Marker Issue” the guys behind Gossenpost did add another issue to their series:…

  • Rail Experimental – Belgian Train Worker Art

    The author documents the railway workers activity with more than 1000 photographs between 2013-2017. The presented pictures were selected from…

  • Hamburg

    For more than 20 years Hamburgs cityscape has been overdrawn by artworks which are attributed to OZ. Since the early…