I am just trying to be nice’ is a book about the work created by grafitti artist Nug, published as a limited edition. This book contains the first true overview of Nug’s work: from exhibitions to graffiti pictures, video stills and paintings, it’s all here, all Nug, in all overwhelming intensity. This release is a collectors item for book lovers, graffiti haters and opinionated people.
Book release on April 26, 2013 @ Unruly Gallery, Amsterdam & May 4 @ Rönnels Antikvariat, Stockholm.
Time flies, and we are here once again bringing you Incognito volume 13.
In this day and age when Internet graff is the main forum for viewing graff flix, you often hear people say that there is no need for magazines since everything has already been shown online.
– Well, if you think that every fresh nugget was already published online, you need to think again!
In Incognito #13 we have some pretty jam-packed sections of bombing, walls and trains featuring new school burners, drippy silver tags and unpublished burners on the rolling steel among much more. In the interview section have the Finnish style legend – EGS, who is showing a big bunch of his recent heaters. Then, we have noticed the name GBR popping up in our face with classy train pieces for a while now and thought it was time to get some words and images from the boys. As a bonus we also have the American photographer Phil America, who did a special photo essay for incognito. Summing it up, we think it would have been quite impossible to squeeze in more eye candy than this on these 48 pages and hope you will agree with that!
Finally here! The MTN Diaries 2 – (PART 1). More and more graffiti movies are getting released on the web now days. In this part you can follow writers painting trains and bombing the streets in cities like Paris, Malmö and Amsterdam. Check it out now!!
The lost MTN tapes documenting graffiti train writing from Oslo, the snowy and cold capital of Norway. 14 minutes of action by Woble and Hoe mainly on the subway but also some commuters. Also make sure you don´t miss the interview with Hoe and Woble at Tarestyles.com.
I’ve been to Copenhagen a couple of times, and it ended with two one-man wholecars and some panels; nothing special about that since the system over there is practically legal compared to Norway. I’ve just started to take interest in the European systems, so watch out Europe!!! / Hoe