DUA CREW – Rome, Italy

“In this second video we will take you to Rome – our favorite city in Europe. We have spend a lot of time in Rome lately. There is nothing better than waiting to get photos in Termini with Brus, drinking a bit too much wine with Trota after an amazing dinner in a local restaurant, going to Nettuno for at good night out with Phiesta and Niswe, chilling with Naps in San Lorenzo, eating pasta at Ike’s house. It’s just a great city, full of great people. This video will show a little of the work we have done in Rome over the last couple of years. Hope you enjoy it!” iLoveGraffiti.de

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LUSERYUTH ONE

This video, LUSERYUTH ONE has Miami’s very own TCP and VCR crews in a 15 minute clip shot entirely on an iPhone of bombing footage throughout the streets of their native city. The video also includes a small glimpse of some USA clean train action by various artists.

5 Minutes In – Sydney, Australia

In a new “5 Minutes In” episode from the boys at iLoveGraffiti, we have some serious train action from Sydney, Australia. Featuring a number of writers from the city who definitely put a hurting on it, this video is sure to impress. Writers such as Jayzo, Verge, Plague, Amoe, Deks, Prol, Urge und Sica all make an appearance and you’ll definitely be on the edge of your seat the way the video closes off. Trust us.

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Year-Round Metal Enjoyment – Official Trailer

A documentary about New England, vandalism, and an obsession with trains. Year-round Metal Enjoyment follows several freight train graffiti artists into a world of steel and spray while exploring the Northeast’s many ties to the railroad earth. With over a year and a half of shooting (and rising), more than a dozen interviews from some of the area’s most notorious artists, as well as railfans and workers, Mint Films gives an in-depth look into this obscure and elusive world.

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Nils Müller – Vandals

Vandals is Nils Müller’s new book. Like his first publication, Blütezeit, it depicts the curiously global phenomenon of graffiti on trains – a movement that remains illegal even as it penetrates the world of mainstream art.

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