Posts tagged with ‘freighttrain’

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Queenzbound – 1st sensational issue

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

  • FreightTrainWorks – Jens Besser

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

  • 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…

  • Boxcar Magazin – Zwei

    Only one year after the release of the first Boxcar magazine, the second one lines up to give this high…

  • Cargocolor Nummervier

    In their fourth print issue the guys behind Cargocolor united 16 specials under the topic of darkness. Each of the…

  • Cargocolor Nummerdrei

    After the first two issues of the Cargocolor magazine only had to offer photographic content just like their blog, this…

  • Tramp Directories, Noms-de-Road, and Unwritten Codes. A souvenir of hobo graffiti.

    This 2017 publication gives authentic first insights into a subculture which got more in common with nowadays graffiti as one…

  • 32 Notes on Graffiti

    The concept behind “32 Notes of Graffiti” couldn’t be more simple. Besides the two pages every participant has been given…

  • Mirror Talk

    The work of SPAIR is omnipresent in Berlin. Whether rooftops, linepieces or streetpieces – also in the most uncommon places…

  • Boxcar Magazin – Eins

    Freight trains have been a consistent genre of graffiti in Europe for at least the last 10 years. You can…