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BOOK // Crack On, Shine On

As far as publications go, the Crack and Shine series has been one of the best the global culture of graffiti has seen over the last 5 years. Headed by the team over at TopSafe London and the super talented snapper Will Robson-Scott, the books have given its viewers an in depth look into the…

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CARBON FESTIVAL // Forum D: Film & Photography – Will Robson-Scott

Last Sunday, saw the grand finale of what was already a pretty good weekend at Carbon Festival, with Forum D being one of the biggest all together. Subculture photography and film making giants in, Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant joined the stage with relatively new, but already, established photographer Will Robson-Scott. Widely known for his work with…

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Hurt You Bad: Concealed Intentions #1

Anyone who mildly follows this blog knows that I am a big fan of the team up at Topsafe in London, whether its the Crack & Shine video or book series, I’ve seen and bought them all, included a fantastic Horfe print. So when it was announced that they were collaborating with the great Hurt You…

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I think it should be noted that I don’t get payed to do any of this, I’ll never put up anything I don’t really like to bad mouth it or anything and when I say I like something it honesty means that I do. So when I wrote, what you’d call 5 star reviews, about the…

Horfe Stop

If some of you guys remember, for my Crack and Shine: International book review I showed what was one of my favourite photo’s from the book featuring Horfe. While I think the image is better then the video, the video beats it in terms of showing the actual piece in full, so no body wins…

REVIEW // Crack & Shine: International

Now I’m not really into comparing certain things against others and I try my hardest not to say something is my absolute favourite, but… I think this could be the best and my most favourite book out right now. If there is better, sure, let me know, but this is definately one to beat. Much…

REVIEW // Crack and Shine: London

You know, at times I feel that graffiti books are a dime a dozen, there are some real ordinary ones out there and I’m particularly very picky when purchasing, usually a bit of a read in store is what I need to put the money forward. But there are a few that really needed no…