Jurne, Maple, Enue and friends packed a car full of spray painted and hit the road in search for freights. Check out their road trip through the US: freight action, beers and food!
Plaque913 tries out the latest Montana BLACK colors. During 17 hours he makes 17 pieces in 17 different color shades.
Some live actions on all the different trains in Copenhagen, such as the Metro, S-train, Bridge train and long distance trains.
When did you first get introduced to tattooing – and how has graffiti influenced your work?
I started working in the tattoo industry in 2007. One thing led to another and at the moment I can’t imagine doing anything else. To me, graffiti and tattooing are completely unrelated. The few similarities I can draw from the two would be my common aesthetic for tradition and an overall classic look. I prefer graffiti to look like stylish, classic lettering and tattoos to look like tattoos, no matter the design. Also, the ability to network effectively amongst like-minded professionals, being in the streets and interacting with people from all walks of life. Living a life you love that you created for yourself through hard work and determination are other common threads between these two endeavors. Read the whole interview with Lions over at 12ozProphet.com