Posts tagged with ‘tagg’

  • TAG TOWN – Martha Cooper

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

  • Phantasies – Mythes et legends du group PAL

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

  • 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…

  • CALYBA – Screen Print

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

  • 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:…

  • Sprühlinien – Emmett E. (2nd Edition)

    Destroy- or Terrorlines appear in different places in Berlin. Each line has its own history and sometimes also expresses the…

  • 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…

  • Guide 03

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

  • Over and Over #1

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

  • Gates Of Graffiti

    Doors play a significant role in graffiti writing, especially when it comes to tagging. In Gates of Graffiti Malcolm Jacobson…

  • Sprühlinien – Emmett E.

    Destroy- or Terrorlines appear in different places in Berlin. Each line has its own history and sometimes also expresses the…

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