Category Archives: Photography

OUT NOW! Gues PAL SDK – “I am over the city”

We are happy to release a new zine with Gues PAL SDK. “I am over the city” is a A5 zine with a collection of personal photos by Gues. Each zine comes in a paper bag with a few stickers and an A2 double side printed poster designed by Gues. “I am over the city” is printed in a limited edition of 100 copies and available exclusively through, worldwide shipping.

Incognito Magazine #16 – OUT NOW!


Incognito Magazine Issue 16 – OUT NOW!!

Get it here for 6.9 EUR (World wide shipping):

The interview section is pushed to the limit by squeezing in four (!) amazing writers such as the French style pusher Sonick, The Parisian bomber Nino, the Canadian freight loving vintage master Relfy and the notorious train writer Skel.
Then as per usual a very carefully selected mix of the best unpublished bombing, walls and trains from the best writers from all over the globe such as Reko, Zoow, Horfe, Gues, Tomcat, Os Gemeos, False, Pilchi and Trizz.

Instagram analogue photo album by @Freshpaintnyc

Freshpaintnyc decided not to do a zine or a book this time… but an actual photo album of great quality photos. The album consists of a process of elimination best of the best out of 4,000+ instagram posts over the past 3 years. Some great shots of just being in the right place at the right time or doing lots of research to get places to get a good flick. Support @Freshpaintnyc by buying a copy at:

Video preview: Blade: King of Graffiti book

FreshPaintnyc got their hands on the new Blade book and made a nice video preview. It looking really awesome and if you did’t got your hands on his last book (which is sold out now) don’t sleep on this! The book is available for ordering now at: Blade King Of Graffiti ($30.59, list price: $39.99).

BLADE has already told his life story through graffiti. Now, more than forty years into his career and armed with an incredible memory, BLADE sits down with Chris Pape to reflect on growing up in the Bronx in the turbulent 1970s, and recounts the highs and lows of his storied career, holding nothing back. BLADE is considered “The King of Graffiti” because, by 1980, after painting 5,000 wildly creative trains, he stopped counting. This book parallels the New York graffiti movement almost from its inception, moving through its glory years in the mid-1970s, when BLADE earned his title, and ending in the global art scene, where he remains a major presence. BLADE helped New York graffiti become internationally famous by making it look fun, and, for reasons of quantity, quality, and, perhaps above all, for sheer spirit, BLADE may very well be the most popular graffiti artist with his peers.