The first three (completely sold out) issues of SubCulture are back as one massive 128-page, perfect-bound art book.
This collection contains the following three issues:
- SubCulture 1: Can It (2012) – Graffiti stickers on subway trash cans
- SubCulture 2: Etches and Scratches (2012) – Super-permanent etch and scratch graffiti in the subway
- SubCulture 3: WET PAINT (2014) – Paint and ink graffiti in the subway
128 pages, black and white interior. Each copy comes with a SubCulture sticker.
Check it out now on the brand new Subway Art Shop!
SubCulture 2: Etches and Scratches
The second zine by Subway Art Blog focusing on super-permanent etch and scratch tags in the subway.
NOXER: No Love
“No Love” is the first zine by notorious graffiti writer NOXER DOD. With over 20 years of writing behind him, NOXER’s debut zine is packed with 20 pages of illustrations. Each copy comes with a bunch of inserts like: a photo print of a NOXER truck, a Noxington dollar bill, and assorted stickers.
DRAG sticker pack
A surprise pack of handmade stickers by DRAG O2D and friends.
Believe it or not, Subway Art Blog turns 4 this month. To celebrate, we are having a party in conjunction with Goodbye Hello, a photography exhibition by Mike Ion and release of Carnage zine #3. I will also be releasing two zines: my own SubCulture #2 and NOXER DOD’s first zine, No Love.
I will be giving away limited edition posters to the first 25 people that stop by the event and mention Subway Art Blog, so come visit, have a beer, buy some awesome zines and check out some great photography!
Graff Cal has all the details.
Introducing SubCulture, a new zine about art and culture in the subway. The first issue, entitled “Can It,” is all about the old style trash cans in the subway. These cans acted as a canvas for graffiti writers up until they were discontinued in 2011.
The handmade zine includes 32 pages (including the color cover) of images and text on the topic. Each one comes with the following: one numbered copy of SubCulture #1: Can It, an unique envelope that mimics the design of the subway trash cans complete with a mini CAN IT FOR A GREENER PLANET sticker and handmade mini stickers by over 15 different artists, a Subway Art Blog business card and vinyl sticker, and at least one other assorted sticker.
The zine is limited to an edition of 100. SubCulture is now available at the Subway Art Blog store at: subwayart.bigcartel.com