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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.

The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe (6/10) Wild Style Goes Europe | 1982 – 1983

“Wild Style!” spills over the Atlantic, puts Europe in bright hip-hop enthusiasm and infects the continent with the graffiti virus. In this episode, representatives of the English and German scene such as Can2, 3D and Pride talk about the unimaginable influence of the film, which started as an underground Klamotte and quickly became the mouthpiece for a new subculture. 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.