OUT NOW! Incognito Magazine #22

Finally issue 22 of Incognito Magazine is out, get your copy here: www.spraydaily.com/shop

For this new edition we went for a sit-down with a veteran in the French graffiti-scene: Gues. Train-maestro Reko came blessing us with some great shots from his adventures. From Sweden we have another guy focused on colorful trains under the alias Såg. Moving on in this editions “train painter focus” we share a big load of funky flicks from Plorvi as well as Japhy.

Furthermore, we have some sparking sections of unpublished exclusive pictures of mixed trains, walls and bombing from all your favorite writers from all over the world that we hope you will keep you busy for a while.

MONOCHROME 061 – SHOK

In this episode of MONOCHROME we feature Shok. More from him over here: Instagram.com/__shokey__

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MUSIC: Lord Finesse – Hip 2 Da Game (Buckwild Remix)
FILMED & EDITED BY: Greg Pistol
SPONSOR: http://www.montana-cans.com

MONOCHROME is a series of graffiti videos, all with a black-and-chrome feeling, by Spraydaily.com. Simple short videos featuring one writer and three cans in each episode. One chrome piece on one clean wall by one selected graffiti writer for each episode.

The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe (7/10) British Pioneers | 1982 – 1986


In 1983, the graffiti wave flooded Britain. The foundations for the later fame of crews such as the CHROME ANGELZ are the writers of the first hour PRIDE or about 3D. In this episode, they talk about the influence of their style bible “Subway Art”, the beginnings of style writing in Bristol, and the impression that the first Futura2000 graffiti piece in Europe made on them. In ten episodes, the documentary series traces the rise of the graffiti movement: from New York in the 1970s to Amsterdam and Paris to Munich, from where the graffiti virus infected Europe from the 1980s onwards. In this episode, the British writers Pride and Robert “3D” Del Naja by Massive Attack pay homage and review the beginnings of the English graffiti scene.