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Danish Graffiti: Copenhagen Trains

Copenhagen Trains: Vandal Tactics is a brand-new and interesting documentary about danish graffiti in general and the local train writing scene specifically. By presenting nice underground impressions, this 55 minutes short-movie mainly features train graffiti actions which took place between 1997 and 2007 in the Danish capital…

Live actions, heavy bombing, mind blowing color productions, top to bottom throw ups, all on those infamous red steel trains that was an object of desire for generations of writers worldwide.

All in all Copenhagen Trains: Vandal Tactics gives an exclusive and aesthetic presentation of Copenhagen’s train writing spirit in a past era! My advice: Watch!

Via ilovegraffiti.de.

2 total comments on this postSubmit yours
  1. With 55 minutes, it’s a rather long short movie, isn’t it? Especially taking into account this is a documentary.
    But thanks for the post, I’m going to watch it right away!

  2. Brilliant watch, cheers for posting!

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