We’re closing up the Nemco trilogy with the last and most intriguing epidose, “Tetto”. The privileged drone’s eye views that are blended into this montage complete this triple experience alongside the Italian writer and his way of life through graffiti.
Nemco is one of the Italian writers who’s giving people a lot to talk about recently. The stylistic simplicity of his letters is reinforced by the unique ornamentation that usually goes hand in hand with his pieces, and his thematic and conceptual acrobatics are also an added bonus. Thanks to a collaboration with Graffitishop, we’ve had the opportunity to accompany the Milanese writer during the process of three pieces being painted in different locations.
They say that a graffiti writer’s second hobby is photography. Since it’s the only way to immortalize the action, virtually all writers become accustomed to photographing their work, especially when it comes to pieces, and if they’re on trains, even more so. This is the topic at hand in this video made by the DUA Boys crew, in which they explain to us about the relationship between graffiti and photography, their boundaries, and also what it represents according to their own perspective.
It’s the prefect excuse to accompany Zombie and Money on some of their trips and experiences, the majority of which occur in Italy, and enjoy their impeccable productions done in their jaw dropping style. This short documentary gives us a gift in the form of first class pieces, unique anecdotes, and above all, a lot of excitement and empathy, while at the same time offering us a moment for reflection on the meaning of graffiti and its rituals.
This episode of Graff TV we feature the great Italian graffiti writer Nemco. We also would like to thank our friends at Mad Colors for supporting us on this series.
GRAFF TV is a series of graffiti videos capturing the style and techniques of some of the best and most interesting writers around the world. From simple new school styles to futuristic 3D-burners or playful naive pieces. Follow the process from sketch to finished piece, all cut down and compressed to three minutes episodes.