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Hello My Name Is: Omega100

Name: Omega100
City/Country: Hungarian countryside/Hungary
When did you start writing? 2004

What’s graffiti for you?
A secret society with ordinary people and unusual experiences.

Nikola Tesla and Dr.Doom.

Tell us about your city, how is life and graffiti there?
Well the town where i’m from is super small, there is no graffiti scene, only pesky people looking out from their windows, wanna know what are you up to. Luckily i moved from there long time ago.

What keeps you still writing?
Seeing other people reaching new levels that i didn’t even know that it existed before.

What first made you interested in graffiti and how did you end up on that track?
Hip-hop culture made me interested for sure, but i never got into it really, until i got to high school and i had my first chemistry class, which was super boring at that moment. So i started to sketch a random word, and it came out really cool, so i decided that i’m going in.

What trends are you seeing now in the graffiti world that you don’t like?

What do you do when you’re not painting?
Working, and having beers after work, and regretting the beers the next day at work.

How would you describe your style?
I can’t describe it, just trying to make a graffiti piece true to the game all time.

Can you remember the first piece you did?
For sure. I messed up my jacket pretty bad. Got home too late. Mom was upset.

Future plans?
Free energy for the people on planet Earth.

Do you adapt your pieces and tags to the spot/surface?
Yes of course.

What do you think about the new generation of writers in your city?
Well if there’s any, rock on!

What are the best and worst aspects of graffiti?
The experiences. Both ways.

Who do you paint for?
For the movement.

What writers have inspired you?
I got my first true inspiration from a nearby city, where were a quite big scene, and nobody really knows about it still. From there i can name Yous, Nobs, Kelogs, Sector, Hopa, Chines, Bush, Higs. From now days people like Nomad, Dems, Balko, Urocki, Kosem, Druid, Rota, Pako, but the list can go on until infinite times.

Can you ever feel tired of graffiti?
If i have to paint with a hungover yes.

What do you hope people will think and feel when they see your stuff?
“Mammia mia, here we go again!”

Spray Paint:
City: Budapest
Markers/pens: Working ones
Surface: Any
Cap: Pocket

Instagram: @Doomega100

New zine by The Flop Box: ABC #3


The Flop Box released a new publication, ABC #3. With no restrictions or parameters given, each artist was free to interpret the first letter of their name however they felt fit, just as long as it remained black and white and was confined to size of a 8.5 x 11 piece of paper. Participating artists include Askew, Baer, Curve, Dmote, Enron, Faust, Gorey. Hindue, Isto, Jase, Kaput, Large, Mast, Noah, Omens, Pure, Quake, Remio, Sp.One, Trixter, Utah, Veks, Wands, Xqsme, Yes2, Zephyr and Vizie. 28 pages, 8.5” x 5.5” high quality black and white printing, hand numbered, hand screen-printed cover, various Egg Shell stickers included. Edition of 400. Get your copy at www.theflopbox.com.


Graffiti Machine – Tribute to New York

While Urban-art enjoys a worldwide success, the idea is to focus on the tag, brutal, primitive, the most rejected and misunderstood discipline of graffiti. Practical of insiders, few know how to decode, to enjoy. DrColors presents “Graffiti Machine” for the first time in the exhibition “A Nous York” (Lille, October 2014 / January 2015). Created from recycled materials (wood, skateboard wheels, DIY meters), it reproduces a selection of famous New York tags such as False, Guns, Pear and Taki 183. An accumulation, until saturation. Pure Tag, without artifice. Signature. The essence of Graffiti. This artistic experience try to reproduce the mechanical movement, the repetition, the compulsive gesture of the tagger.

Copenhagen runners, December 2013


Finally! Our monthly report from Copenhagens train scene. Here is a bunch of the panels and whole-cars that was running last month in Copenhagen. Most photos was supported by Jens-Peter Brask (www.braskart.com), the rest where shot during our our mini tour in the end of last year.

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