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The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe (1/10)

THE ORIGINS | 1973 - 1982

The Rise of Graffiti Writing - Season 1 - From New York To Europe

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8 min

The Rise of Graffiti Writing - From New York to Europe (2/10)

WILD STYLE IS BORN | 1979 - 1981

FROM DOWNTOWN NY TO EUROPE | 1980 - 1981

The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe (3/10)

AMSTERDAM 1980 | 1980 - 1982

The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe (4/10)

The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe

WILD STYLE GOES EUROPE | 1982 - 1983 (6/10)

BRITISH PIONEERS | 1982 - 1986

The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe (7/10)

CRIME TIME KINGS | 1985 - 1987

The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe (8/10)

The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe (9/10)

GERMANY 1983 | 1983 - 1986

The Rise of Graffiti Writing – From New York To Europe (1/10)THE ORIGINS | 1973 - 1982

The Bronx, 1973: A new subculture is emerging and spreading all over New York: Graffiti. In these first episodes meet the early pioneers such as LEE, FUTURA 2000 and SKEME and how they were influenced by the film ‘Wild Style’.

Duration :

8 min

Available :

From 24/01/2020 to 30/12/2022

Genre :

Documentaries and Reportage

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