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KINGS OF TRAINS | 1971 - 1984

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (1/6)

The Rise of Graffiti Writing - Season 2

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13 min

STYLE WARS – SEEN

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (2/6)

STENCIL PIONEER – BLEK LE RAT (PARIS)

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (3/6)

COPENHAGEN | 1984 - 1987

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (4/6)

DENMARK | 1984 - 1986

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (5/6)

DENMARK | 1986 - 1991

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (6/6)

KINGS OF TRAINS | 1971 - 1984The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (1/6)

1971 to 1984 was the Golden Age of New York graffiti. Three NY writers, BLADE, LEE and SEEN are considered around the world as the Kings of Graffiti. SEEN, aka Richard Mirando, holds a reputation as the Godfather of graffiti due to his significant role in the influential ‘Style Wars’ documentary.

Duration :

13 min

Available :

From 04/12/2020 to 31/12/2022

Genre :

Documentaries and Reportage

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