Fuelled by Currywurst and Kindl, Kevin Schulzbus steadily maneuvers through Berlin. The man behind most episodes of Was fährt (which roughly translates to “Runners”) presents a collection of his favorite recent burners running on variou lines.
Adjusting to current circumstances, Boris releases a new format on his Grifters channel – a series of interviews. Roughly one hour of conversation with Australian Photographer Selina Miles, ranging from making money over to mutual influences on free projects with artists such as Martha Cooper, Sofles, Sobekcis and Felipe Pantone.
To Throw Up just re-released several previous print projects digitally. So far, three zines from around 2010 have been published again. While you might have missed the physical copies, you can at least have a glance at the visual content for free here. Can’t beat Diy!
Personalia presents some of the most active and prominent graffiti writers from Sweden and depicts their lifestyle. For four years photographer Janne Riikonen infiltrated the Swedish graffiti scene by photographing writers and following them on missions. Gradually he got accepted into the scene, and got to meet hundreds of writers all across the country. The static photographs present writers as the people they are and invites the readers to a private meeting with them.
Showcasing the many different walks of life encompassed by practitioners, Personalia looks past the simplistic notions held by the general public of what graffiti culture is and who identifies with it. The finely designed book comes in limited edition of 800 copies. Follow Janne on Instagram here: janne_riikonen