“Graffiti Goes East” is a 656 pages book about the history of graffiti culture in Poland and it’s famous, but now gone, orange trains. It contains profiles of 17 Polish cities, including the most influential scenes of Warsaw, Gdansk, Szczecin and Wroclaw. More than hundred of Polish writers are heard remembering the good old and present days. The book includes contributions of European personalities, who have been visiting Poland since the mid 90-ties, such as Kobolt, Steak, Honet, Opak, Buni, Vino, Kripoe, Cakes, Philly, Cept and others.
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