A picture says a thousand words – and the Concrete magazine #16 has plenty of them on 170 pages. As always, Concrete focuses on Eastern Europe. Consequently you will see trains from Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, and Russia (especially the metro in Moskau).
Further, you'll find an interview with OREO underscored by his colourful tags.USD$11.95
The Neongrau magazine is now coming out with issue # 8 and has increased the number of pages again this time and is now 96 pages thicker than ever.
But not only in terms of pages, but also in terms of content, this issue is big in business. In addition to specials with PULS, MESK and HATE, there are also texts and reports about a project to redesign all of the shaft emergency exits in a city, an insight into a special model railway layout, a travelogue about Graff in India, and a little insight into the world of Harald Naegeli. In addition, as usual, there are of course finely sorted trains and walls.USD$9.95
On 212 brightly colored pages, #4 of Writer Stories magazine again offers rolling steel in its most beautiful shapes and colors. The focus is on Deutsche Bahn trains, but there are also side trips to Italy and Belgium. In addition, DART takes us to Scandinavia in one of the four specials, while PROST presents us some red steel from the Rhine-Neckar region.
In two further specials, NOSK (OF, PSA), who died in December, and SMOOTH from the BLOW and LOBBY crew are honored.USD$21.95
The 55th edition of the Stylefile magazine comes again with some changes to the content: fewer mixed pages, but more specials! As thick as never before, we set the following fruity focal points in addition to the usual categories:
Good: OBSKUR87, DATOR, BAKER, LOVER69, FLYING FORTRESS - and evil: BERLIN TRAINS (with PETER STELZIG), FISTER, MOSES & TAPS. Fresher than ever on 96 pages!USD$6.95
The fabolous COZI collective produced the lion's share for issue #12 of the Klebstoff magazine. Some well-known KLEBSTOFF-friendz make themselves comfortable on these 48 pages – 24 of which feature stickers. A lot of terrific artists came together in celebration of the COZI Comic & Zinefest. Therefore, it is our pleasure to present you with this year's hightlights. As always, this issue is a limited edition – grab them while they're still hot!
Who‘s featured this time? Adrian Durrani, Anna Haifisch, Benedikt Luft, Die PARTEI Sachsen, Genia Espinosa, James Turek, Johanna Bieber, Juliane Maria Hoffmann, Karla Paloma, Kentaro Okawa & Kid Gringo (Cover&Backcover), Lina Ehrentraut, Max Baitinger, Michel Esselbrügge, Minho Jung, Mr. Impact, Nadine Kolodziey, Paul D’Orlando & Lukas Weidinger, Riso Club Allstars, Ritak, Sebastian König, Sonja Yakovleva, Stefanie Sargnagel, Wooden Cyclops.USD$13.95
Print's not dead! While everyone else is wishing for the good old days when circulation was print was still booming, publisher International Neighboorhood is just getting started. On to the next one – the Klebstoff magazine is here with issue #11. This time, there are works from several artists at the infamous SHRED EXPO. For diversity, there's also got some international illustration nerds for you.
This time we roll with Azimet Ahmet (Turkey), Anton Akey (Ukraine), Brainfart (Switzerland), Capstan Design (Germany), Carlo Vivary (Germany), Dennis Gabbana (Germany), Foodie (Germany), Jasmin Roggenkamp/ Raccoon Skateboarding (Germany), Lance Schmale (Netherlands), Lara Swiontek (Germany), MUAH! (Germany), Nadja Barth (Germany), NLSN (USA), Pablo Perra (Germany), Paw (Spain), Pro Heroes (Greece), Rachel Oregan (Ireland), Ralph Niese (Germany), Solaris 100 (Germany), Tamar Moshkovitz GO-TAM (Germany), Tina Mamczur (Germany),Yusuke Inoue (Japan).USD$13.95
Now in a horizontal format: the Bad Taste #26 magazine. 116 pages on the hanse city and its changing railroad system.
This edition features specials on Kiler END ORC, Rimu TSU, Fist BUM, Panik DRA – and hot, rolling steel with Thirdrail – German Steel and the section Trains all over! Have FUN – keep on Rocking it!.USD$11.95
With more than 200 pages of photography documenting the train-, metro- and tram graffiti scenes from all over the world.
- Ross (EVK)
- Metro Jam (ORG | EHC)
- Epos (IMP | FMS)
- Murmansk (BEDA | TPD | KGS)
- Stockholm (Peter White)
- South Africa (RFA | FOFS)
- Serio (EHC| GHS)
- Rams (KGS| OBS)
- Foim (Germany)
- UKS (Poland)
- And much more...
In edition #6 of Petrograff we received another worthy magazine of the Russian graffiti scene: Material has been collected from all over the eastern country in the form of artworks on walls, metros and freight wagons, photos from abroad are also included – actually everything you wish for as a trainwriter and sprayer.
On 172 pages you will get the full load of Trainwriting: In the Sprühsport magazine number #5, which has its preview on 02.09.2019, the topic graffiti in connection with a wide range of trains is discussed.
Several pieces will inspire your creativity. Crews like the German Huskis, the METRO Allstars, the Belgium Steelers and many more will show you what they have to offer. Don't miss your new mag and these versatile skills!
Published to accompany the release of the Krink Sprayer. The selected 16 drawings were made at the Krink Studio in Brooklyn, New York.
6.38 x 9.25 inches (16.5 x 23.6 cm)
32 pages with cover, black and white
Published by innen in Zurich, Switzerland.
All artwork and photos by Craig Costello.
innen is an independent publisher promoting Swiss and international contemporary artists, offering unconventional perspectives on art and contemporary trends. Founded by Aaron Fabian in 2006. innen has gradually gained prestige with its uniquely charming Zines and Books.USD$15.95
Valencia is Spain's third largest city and is a hotbed of vibrant street art. While elaborate murals, wheat pastes and stencils can be found throughout the city, the scene epicenter is Barrio del Carmen, the neighborhood that comprises "old town" In this part of the city a great number of old structures have been razed to make room for new developments. The building lots are usually surrounded by temporary walls, which Valencia's most prolific street artists use as their canvases.
- Hardcover: 144 pages
- Language: English
- Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 0.9 x 10.4 inches
Our favourite sports magazine is back: the Sprühsport #4 Magazine with 90 pages well layouted stuff, mainly from Germany. But also international trains, panels and other pieces can be found in the mag.
Photographer Peter Stelzig from Berlin has his own special and you can have a look at some stuff by HIPER or the boys from METRO HUNTER.USD$13.95
This time, the Kreuzberg crew embarks NYC-based legendary documentary photographer Martha Cooper and Berlin-based photographer Ninja K. in a series of underground actions, through tunnels, rooftops, featuring high pressure fire extinguisher tags, roll-downs, roll-ups, street bombings, whole cars and backjumps in a first-hand account.USD$36.95
The dry spell is over! Here it is, finally: the Unpleasant #6 Magazineis back with 164 pages full of the most colourful steel!
Some well known artists can befound between tha shiny and well layouted pages, like Edward Nightingale, GRIM, FISTER, and many others.USD$16.95
The 14092005 Book tells the exciting story of a trip to Copenhagen and its detour to the jail. The French sprayer took the trip with some friends in order to paint the iconic red trains. But due to a series of unfortunate events the crew ended up behind bars.
Everything is captured with a small diggi cam, even their stay in prison where they took photos with other inmates. This book is pretty special and limited - so don't hesitate too long, just go for it!USD$27.95
The Neongrau #6 Magazine is full of colourful pieces, mainly trains, but will also find some walls and freights here and there. And we are also leaving German boundaries to take a look at some European and American stuff.
SLAYER, RAEK, OSLO, the INKSULIN CREW, and Edward Nightingale are only a few of the artists featured in this mag.USD$8.95
Almost a decade ago the first issue of the German Artistz Magazine was printed. This is their 8th issue.
The 150 pages filles with trains, cable cars, walls and other stuff that looks better with some colour. Among many others you'll find some pieces by Poki69, Bored Kids, Susie, and HACF.USD$13.95
The infamous Incognito Magazine continues with #22 and this issue is about 15 pages bigger than usual.
The mag wraps around panels, walls, and trains from all over the world, of course. But this time the main focus lies on the artists themselves, like REKO, JAPHY, and GUES.USD$10.95
Trains and metros, Europe or South America - the Basque La Charku Magazine did not set limits for its 10th issue. On nearly 100 high gloss pages, which are amazingly layouted by the way, you'll get more than meets the eye!
This jubilee edition commited itself to rolling steel in general and is sprinkled with some nice features. For example you'll get an extensive interview with PORN031 and BORED. Spanish steel is initiating the mag's pages but it soon shifts to Italy, Argentina or Brasil.
Look forward to: the UAO Crew, STIVE, SHOK and many more.USD$10.95