Posts tagged with ‘hitzerotdruckwerke’

  • FreightTrainWorks – Jens Besser

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

  • CALYBA – Screen Print

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

  • Flight Mode No.3 – Old Habits – New Habitats

    The 2018 issue of Flight Mode just kept going where the concept magazine did start three years ago. The book…

  • Flight Mode No.1 – Treasured Moments and Memorabilia

    For many writers, often trainwriters, traveling and painting all around the globe has become an essential part of the graffiti…

  • The history of graffiti in Greece 1984 – 1994

    In 1984 the graffiti writing culture has been transported from New York City to the whole world in movies like…

  • IRON CITY – Graffiti Dortmund

    Dortmund is one of the few German cities in which the classic 1980s movies and books from New York on…

  • Public Wall Writing in Philadelphia

    As New York City developed its own name writing culture in the 1960s, so did Philadelphia. In “Public Wall Writing…

  • Moures – Faces

    When it comes to trainwriting, taking photos of the finished piece is as common as masking your face or using…

  • Antny Kreeg 47 – Kilroy’s Conformity

    „This book is a mix between thoughts I had for a doctoral thesis, writing out my psychotic episodes and a…

  • 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…

  • Art Inconsequence – Advanced Vandalism

    The “art inconsequence”-movie, which was published in 2007 is a milestone concerning the avantgardistic approach of the featured material. Although…

  • Der Edelstein – Rauschen

    “Rauschen” takes the reader on a stroll through Berlin, stopping at writings which stand out from the perpetual flow of…

  • 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…

  • Forms of Rockin’

    Tracing back the origins of letterforms in graffiti, you’ll find major figures who influenced hundreds of young people in the…

  • Das Gedächtnis der Stadt schreiben / Writing the Memory of the City

    In 2007 Markus Mai and Thomas Wiczak invited 18 other artists with a background in graffitiwriting to join their concept…

  • Guide 03

    Guide 03 is about tags by four Prague based writers. This edition consists of four individual zines put together in…

  • Jürgen Große – Urban Art Photography

    In the 2000s Berlin developed from a European large city with roots in a traditional writing history, dating back into…

  • Over and Over #1

    The guys behind the Masters of Reitsport focussed on tags in the first issue of their Over and Over magazine.…

  • 303.1

    An harshly scribbled down intro opens the first issue of 303 magazine. §303 is the paragraph on damage to property…

  • Mirror Talk

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

  • The Death of Graffiti

    18 Thesen hat Oliver Kuhnert in „The Death of Graffiti“ zum vermeintlichen Tod von Graffiti niedergeschrieben. In seiner Fundamentalkritik benennt…

  • Guide 02

    „Do not expect me to make you smile.“ is the official subtitle of the second edition of the Prague Guide…

  • Dumar Novy – What Do One Million Ja Tags Signify?

    Was bringen eine Million „JA“ Tags zum Ausdruck? Was bedeutet es, wenn ein Writer seit 1985 kontinuierlich durch Tags und…

  • CALYBA – Gedichte

    Als Writer bewegt man sich beim Betrachten von Graffiti in einer festen Lesart. Es wird wie automatisch strukturiert nach den…

  • BundeskunstHALL OF FAME

    Documentation of the graffiti and streetart festival which took place from 20th November 2015 to 6th December 2015 at the…

  • Zugriff #2

    „Das hier ist zweifellos die Kunst der Stunde…“

  • Zugriff #1

    „Zugriff ist kein Graffiti Magazine…“