The guys over at 45RPM were kind enough to shoot the latest issue of Disposable Fanzine our way.  A plethora of photos (45 to be exact) depicting various states of youthful abandon fill this full-color 6A size zine.  Some of our favorite flicks are above, but if you wanna see them all, you can go […]

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Jul
4

Outside The Box

  Outside The Box doesn’t claim that it’s in any way an authority on boxcar culture.  It holds no pretense of being some sort of an encyclopedia of freight monikers.  It simply tells the story of Jiem, a guy from France who traveled across the US and Canada for a year documenting the ubiquitous names streaked across […]

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Jun
16

Territory Zine Issue #1

The first issue of Territory Zine came to us in the mail a few weeks ago, but we haven’t had a chance to look through it’s 114 B&W pages until now.  This zine is pretty much all over the place, and by place we mean the small, often overlooked cities of the United States. With […]

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Apr
6

Graffiti Underworld

Graffiti Underworld is an interesting departure from the typical graff book.  Less about flashy pieces and more about the what you can’t see in a flick, Graffiti Underworld explores the stories behind the writing on the walls through over 100 interviews with the writers themselves.  Some are anecdotal, some are intense, and some are downright strange. […]

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  Opening our mailbox and finding awesome zines inside is basically one of our favorite things ever.  So needless to say, we were pretty hype when we recently received Issue 1 of Black Ski Mask.  Carefully curated and assembled by Max Mallender and Jason Hollis, Black Ski Mask showcases 40 pages of color photographs that run the […]

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Jan
16

Loungin’

Shout outs to Lifelounge Magazine for the write-up of us on their site.  Check it out here

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The Silent Wrytes guys just sent us their latest issue, and we’re glad to report that it’s 42 full color pages are full of the quality Philly tags and throwies we’ve come to expect from this zine.  In addition to all the bombing flicks there’s a feature on KMD Crew, and interviews with Bate WCS and Met I2I from […]

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    At 250+ full-color pages, Isolation Book Of Art is a tome of Scandinavian life as seen through the eyes of Kim Andre Hagen.  Filled to the brim with snapshots, sketches and various artworks, we must admit that what really caught our eye, of course, were the photos of Metro actions across Northern Europe. […]

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Dec
1

Cousin Oliver – Zine

  This little black and white zine landed in out mailbox recently. Cousin Oliver is a diy photocopy cut-and-paste style zine featuring 24 pages of mostly freights and streaks (with a bit of street action thrown in for good measure).  It’s not bad for a first issue, and we are looking forward to seeing more pages […]

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The folks at Invasian were kind enough to send us issue 4 of their magazine. Focusing solely on Asia’s graffiti scene, the mag highlights what’s going on in many of Asia’s major metropolitan cities. Their “Explosive Goods” article is a great break down on Asia’s local paints, and helps take the guesswork out of what’s the best […]

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