Feb
9

Fun in the Sun…

Came across this video of some chill summer actions in Brussels. In our opinion, Belgium has some of the nicest looking commuter trains in Europe. We’re especially fond of the red model. And from the looks of things, these kids are too. Nice to see Afiler getting some shine. Dude for sure puts in a bunch of work all over Europe, he had panels running in a few different cities when we were out there back in 08.

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Feb
2

TAG Exhibition

 

Canvases By Ether

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Jan
29

Madrid 24/7

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Jan
28

Intergalactic

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Jan
25

Spainards in Oslo

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Jan
23

Free Serg!

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Jan
19

Men In Black II

An instant classic!

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Jan
18

Poland’s Graffiti Scene

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Jan
18

Warsaw Metro

 

Warsaw is home of one of the newest metro systems in the world. It opened in 1995 , and has expanded it’s one line ever since, currently the system has 21 stations on it’s single line. Out of the 40 trains running (in the entire system), 15 consist of the older Russian-produced cars, 7 of the newer Russian-produced cars and 18 of Alstom-produced cars. The Russian and Alstom carriages are incompatible and cannot be used in the same train. Personally, we prefer the older Russian model.

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