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GRAFF TV: SKOR

This episode of Graff TV we feature graffiti writer Skor! For more from him go here: Instagram.com/skoroks_

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FILMED & EDITED BY: Greg Pistol
MUSIC BY: Sboy – Sunshine shooterz

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.

Out now! BLURRED FACES 02

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The second issue of our videozine BLURRED FACES is out now! Subways and trains from Oslo, New York, Lisbon, Moscow, Washington DC, Toronto. Featuring TGF, CMYK, BUNT, UTOP, THE, HCCB, STS, TBK & DTS and friends.

BLURRED FACES
The face is crucial for human identity. We use our face to express our feelings, communicate and identify each other. The first impression of a person we meet is often based of their looks. By blurring a persons face he/she will be unreachable and non-identifiable. Focus will move from the person to his or hers actions. BLURRED FACES is a video-zine by SPRAY DAILY™ featuring anonymous faceless artists writing their pseudonyms on trains and subways around the world.

DISCLAIMER
Spray Daily is a publisher committed to documenting the graffiti culture world wide. We do not condone, promote or encourage vandalism, the destruction of property or any kind of illegal activity whether it be public or private. All photos and/or videos published without a name and credited photographer were sent to us anonymously.

A Wholecar Video

“Wholecar” a hip hop/street slang, A single or collaborative piece that covers the entire visible surface of a train car, usually excluding the front and rear of the train. A whole car is usually worked upon by either a single artist or several artists from the same crew and is completed in one sitting.” And don’t forget: Please take “the game” serious.