In most countries of Europe and especially in the northern parts it´s pretty rare to see trains covered in graffiti running in traffic but there is one exception, Copenhagen! Here is some examples sent to us by Jens-Peter Brask. Enjoy!
This is super-rare 80’s film footage of the All Out Kings: Mesh Reas and Ven bombing the 57th Street lay-up in New York City around 1989.
London’s underground railway, known as the London Underground, or the Tube, is a railway system that serves the city, both above and below ground. The system includes the world’s first underground railway, the Metropolitan Railway, and boats one of the most recognisable route maps in the world. There are two main sizes of underground train, with larger trains used for the older routes that are generally closer to the surface or above ground.
The trains used on each of the London Underground’s eleven tube lines are depicted in this limited edition print by South London Prints. The trains have been drawn roughly to scale (relative to each other), and the background colour of each section of the print indicate the particular line that the train is used on.
You can order the print in both A4 and A3 here
Another updated with some fresh danish graffiti styles by Boner, Sport, Jem Money, Thek and Zombie. Thanks to Jens-Peter Brask for the photos. If you also would like to contribute to the site or our Instagram (Instagram.com/spraydaily) please send your material to info[at]spraydaily.com.
In this fourth issue of Stay Steady mag that got released yesterday Remio is featured as a photographer. Watch the videos and check out their site for more info