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This page features: Graffiti Art Magazine Issue 15
Graffiti Art Magazine Issue 15 This is a Fine Art periodical with a graffiti/fashion twist. Turning past the first few pages of ads and gallery openings, you realize you are in a brave new world. Before any art is shown, there is a full spread on must have collectibles like Shepard Fairey MTN cans and Fafi Swatch Watches. Turn one more page and you get fashion advice that looks to be ripped from the last issue of Seventeen Magazine. Turn one more page and you get the same old vinyl toys by famous artisans like Ron English. Finally, you get to the actual art and of course its OsGemeos, Retna, ECB and Cope throwing a peace sign. It's well laid out with lots of clean curated spreads but has absolutely no fillins, tags or any of that grimy illegal work that you expect. If I were a middle aged Lawyer that just moved to Brooklyn because My skank ex wife took the house then this would be for me. Maybe I'm frantically trying to get laid and now have to try to impress potato nose, Lena Dunham and her daft friends. If I were, then this would be the first thing I would keep under my Vice mags, coke stash and conspicuously placed KRINK mop I left out. If I was a 15yo tagger that couldn't afford KRINK products or hang with Lena Dunham, then I would look at something else like Graffbombz or UP Magazine. That's where all the real deal action is. From the publisher

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Graffiti Art Magazine Issue 15 [1005112]

Graffiti Art Magazine Issue 15

This is a Fine Art periodical with a graffiti/fashion twist. Turning past the first few pages of ads and gallery openings, you realize you are in a brave new world. Before any art is shown, there is a full spread on "must have collectibles" like Shepard Fairey MTN cans and Fafi Swatch Watches. Turn one more page and you get fashion advice that looks to be ripped from the last issue of Seventeen Magazine. Turn one more page and you get the same old vinyl toys by famous "artisans" like Ron English. Finally, you get to the actual art and of course its OsGemeos, Retna, ECB and Cope throwing a peace sign. It's well laid out with lots of clean curated spreads but has absolutely no fillins, tags or any of that grimy illegal work that you expect.

If I were a middle aged Lawyer that just moved to Brooklyn because "My skank ex wife took the house" then this would be for me. Maybe I'm frantically trying to get laid and now have to try to impress potato nose, Lena Dunham and her daft friends. If I were, then this would be the first thing I would keep under my Vice mags, coke stash and conspicuously placed KRINK mop I left out.

If I was a 15yo tagger that couldn't afford KRINK products or hang with Lena Dunham, then I would look at something else like Graffbombz or UP Magazine. That's where all the real deal action is.

From the publisher

Graffiti Art Magazine Issue 15
$39.99      
 
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday August 21, 2013.