Graffiti Burners

I don't think that ordinary citizens usually can judge or really see the difference
between a well executed piece of graffiti and a real burner, for them it's probably
just graffiti. I think to really understand a burner, you have to know a little bit about
 ...

Graffiti Burners

The most eye-popping graffiti of today! In cities worldwide, graffiti art is constantly being taken to higher levels. The will to burn all resistance, to outdo all the others, brings about unexpected and amazing results. Graffiti Burners shows us how techniques have been refined and letter construction distorted, how colour combinations have blossomed and concepts developed. The competition for mastery is burning hot! In addition to amazing pictorial material, several of the writers talk about their pieces and what burners mean to them. Moreover, they offer tips and guidance to those who want to do a burner of their own. Graffiti Burners offers a unique opportunity to acquaint oneself with the progress of the last few years; to be inspired and impressed. In Graffiti Burners the world’s foremost writers show us their favourite works. In short, the best of the best! Askew (NZ), Aroe (UK), Bates (DK), Bio (USA), Ces, Dems, Ether (USA), Kacao77 (D), Kaos (S), Kem (USA), Mad C (D), Nomad (D), Os Gemeos, Pose (USA), Revok (USA), Rime (USA), Rubin (USA), Scan (CA), Skore (UK), Smash 137, Soten (DK), Suiko (JP), Swet (DK) T-Kid, Wane and Yes 2 (USA) are just a few of the contributors to the book. "A burner needs to suck the life out of every other piece near it and stand alone, as the focus, the centre of attention."-- AROE MSK / HA / 7TH LETTER "The meaning of a burner is when another writer looks at that piece and says that shit is fire. Even the average person will look at it and say it’s hot!" -- BIO Tats Cru

Understanding Graffiti

Graffiti, like written language, can be read as a text that communicates meaning
through its composition, style, and use of ... arboreal graffiti, ancient graffiti, “
burners” on subway cars, latrinalia, carved rocks, inscriptions on army barracks
walls, ...

Understanding Graffiti

This collection of original articles brings together for the first time the research on graffiti from a wide range of geographical and chronological contexts and shows how they are interpreted in various fields. Examples range as widely as medieval European cliff carvings to tags on New York subway cars to messages left in library bathrooms. In total, the authors legitimize the study of graffiti as a multidisciplinary pursuit that can produce useful knowledge of individuals, cultures, and nations. The chapters-represent 20 authors from six countries; -offer perspectives of disciplines as diverse as archaeology, history, art history, museum studies, and sociology;-elicit common themes of authority and its subversion, the identity work of subcultures and countercultures, and presentation of privilege and status.

Next Stop

Gone were the old days of graffiti burners running on train lines for days, weeks,
months, and years. If you wrote on a train the night before, your work of art would
never be seen by the world the next morning. It was the end of the rolling graffiti ...

Next Stop

Beyond the safety of New York City's news headlines, Next Stop is a train ride into the heart of the Bronx during the late eighties and early nineties at the height of the crack epidemic, a tumultuous time when hip-hop was born and money-hungry slumlords were burning down apartment buildings with tenants still inside. From one stop to the next, this gritty memoir follows Ivan Sanchez and his crew on their search for identity and an escape from poverty in a stark world where street wars and all-night symphonies of crime and drug-fueled mayhem were as routine as the number 4 train. In the game, the difference between riches and ruin was either a bullet or a lucky turn away. Almost driven insane by the poverty, despair, and senseless violence, Ivan left it all behind and moved to Virginia, but the grotesque images and voices of the dead continued to haunt him. This book honors the memories of those who died. At times heartbreakingly sad and brutal, Next Stop shares with a whole new generation the insights and hard lessons Ivan learned.

Graffiti Art Styles

I realize that the term “style” can have many different definitions when applied to
the subject of graffiti art. For instance, writers strive to have great style in their
pieces and burners, and the concept of style is often used to determine how well
a ...

Graffiti Art Styles

This book presents a classification system for graffiti art styles that reflects the expertise of graffiti writers and the work of art historian Erwin Panofsky. Based on Panofsky’s theories of iconographical analysis, the classification model is designed to identify the style of a graffiti art piece through its visual characteristics. Tested by image cataloguers in archives, libraries, and museums, the system assists information professionals in identifying the iconic styles of graffiti art pieces. It also demonstrates the power of Panofsky’s theories to provide access to non-representational or abstract art images. The result is a new paradigm for Panofsky’s theories that challenges the assumptions of traditional models. This innovative book is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to learn more about graffiti art and for information professionals concerned with both the practical and intellectual issues surrounding image access.

Rap and Hip Hop

This threw the authorities and graffiti artists into a headlong confrontation that is
still smouldering today on several ... I would get in the subway , about to get on a
train , and these trains would go by with these amazing burners , graffiti burners ...

Rap and Hip Hop

Explores the history and social aspects of rap music and hip hop culture, which emerged underground through African American artistic expressions in the 1970s.

The Hip Hop Years

Graffiti artists come up with another name , another persona , paint it all over the
city on the trains and everything and - " Hi ! ... I would get in the subway , about to
get on a train , and these trains would go by with these amazing burners , graffiti ...

The Hip Hop Years

From the turntable acrobatics of Grandmaster Flash to the electro-funk blend of Afrika Bambaataa's Zulu nation, and from the rebellion of Public Emeny o te chart-topping albums of Eminen, an exploration into the world of rap and hip hop is captured through the firsthand accounts of those who played a pivotal role.

Fresh Hip Hop Don t Stop

The next year Tracy 158 founded Wanted, Futura 2000 and Ali Started the Soul
Artists, and countless other groups emerged with names like OTB (Out to Bomb,
or cover with graffiti), the Burners (to burn means to top or beat your competitors),
 ...

Fresh  Hip Hop Don t Stop

Nearly one hundred photographs enhance an authoritative account and celebration of the subculture of hip hop, its music, its fashion, its graffiti, and its dances--including electric boogie and breaking

Street Art

Street Art


Critical Muralism

If a graffiti artist gets good enough doing pieces , then they move on to larger
productions . Once in a while when the artist has mastered his techniques and
style , s / he will be considered to have created a burner . A burner is a piece or
mural ...

Critical Muralism


The Fire this Time

SETTING Eden Park , Brooklyn , New York , U . S . A . , anytime SET The stage is
stark , except for two tables , one stage right , one stage left , with turntables on
top of them . Graffiti burners adorn the set giving the feeling of “ the streets .

The Fire this Time

Major new African-American anthology of drama.

Graffiti Cookbook

From spray techniques and hand styles to tools and style analysis, the book takes readers on a trip around the world in the search of the tricks and trades of graffiti writers.

Graffiti Cookbook

The complete DIY bible of graffiti. Now in softcover! A rich source of inspiration for anyone interested in do-it-yourself culture. Graffiti Cookbook is a guide to the materials and techniques used within today s most creative and progressive art movement. In hundreds of pictures and illustrations and a dozen of interviews with some of the world s most famous artists the authors show how graffiti is made. From spray techniques and hand styles to tools and style analysis, Graffiti Cookbook takes us on a trip around the world in the search of the tricks and trades of graffiti writers. After hundreds of books filled with pictures of graffiti published in the last few years finally one is showing how the artists work. Graffiti Cookbook is filled with tips and examples of how to create your own piece, tag and throw up. These techniques can be used on all kinds of materials, textile, glass, metal, concrete or wood. Graffiti Cookbook gives an unique insight in the alternative art world and is a rich inspiration source for those interested in do-it-yourself-culture. Swet, Jurne, Mad C, Egs and Chob are some of the featured artists in the book."

Kutlwano

Graffiti writers say : ' true writers will never write on top of another writer ' s work ” .
It is considered childish and can lead to conflicts . Ordinarily , two or three people
are involved in ' throwing up a burner ' . One watches out for the police while ...

Kutlwano


Freight Train Graffiti

But graffiti is graffiti , so this is all hard to control . Kids are ... If it's a flat train , I tell
kids they shouldn't even paint it unless they're doing a burner . To me , the
boxcars that are flat with no ridges should be done with only burners , no throw -
ups .

Freight Train Graffiti

Accompanied by one thousand full-color illustrations, a definitive history of a lively art form provides insight into the vast graffiti subculture, its art, and its practitioners, with more than 125 interviews with train artists, a history of the style's origins and evolution, and its influence on contemporary art. Original.

Best of Stylefile

It might be that it half of all the pieces and have some great burners street art
which evolved out of graffiti ? Wasn ' t is because of the German language . and
really know why they are burning . Graffiti has got it that stencils and stickers were
 ...

Best of Stylefile

The first ten issues of Stylefile magazine have sold out! This book is a compilation of the best work featured in those first ten editions, a distillation of raw creativity that saw first light on the streets of Europe's major cities and their rail systems: Berlin burnbers, Dutch bananas, Danish dynamite, Swiss cheese, European steel and more. Each issue of Stylefile features a writer special, an interview with a writer and a cover created by a high profile writer such as Bomber, Otis, Shaw, Razor, Stuka.bsc. Whether scrawled on walls, completely covering a rail car, or artfully adorning a chosen urban space, graffiti art has evolved into an art form that inspires legions of fans and has finally won the respect of the critics. Best of Stylefile documents the development of the graffiti/writer scene in happening cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, London, Copenhagen, Zurich and more.

Visual Orgasm

By the end of the interview I was so excited and hyped after hearing ofhis dedi-
cation to hip hop, graffiti and his drive to ... also involved in hip hop and then the
more I learned about it, it was like no shit man, you can put up buslong burners.

Visual Orgasm


Street Art

This attitude is reflected in the language of graffiti : writing graffiti is ' bombing ' , a
tag is a ' hit ' , and advanced letter formations are ' burners ' . If artists in museums
and galleries had the same mentality as graffiti writers , then Picasso would ...

Street Art

Street Art - art made in public spaces and including graffiti, stickers, poster art, stencil art and wheat-pasting, but not corporate-sponsored advertising or "public art" - has become one of the most popular and hotly discussed areas of art practice on the contemporary scene.

Angry Black White Boy Or The Miscegenation of Mason Detornay

The Mayor ' s Office declared a War on Graffiti , which sounded nicer than a War
on Young People of Color , and beefed up ... of artistic overcrowding , and
ushered in a golden age as masters competed to cover the new spaces with
burners .

Angry Black White Boy  Or  The Miscegenation of Mason Detornay

A suburban white boy obsessed by the subcultures of black art and life, Macon Detornay turns his love of black culture into violence against the white passengers of the cab he drives, an anger that he channels into the creation of the Race Traitor Project, a movement of self-loathing white people, aimed at organizing a National Day of Apology. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Street Gallery

Rappers frequently feature “ burners ” ( especially superb , colorful aerosol
pieces ) on their music videos or television ... city of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs
Department in sponsoring an all - day conference titled " Street Art / Graffiti
Vandalism .

Street Gallery


Creative Review

COUSANDO DEADLINE : 23 DECEMBER 2004 GRAFFITI CARPET BURNERS
No , your eyes do not deceive you : several artists , including graffiti heroes Delta
and Stash , have designed a selection of , yes , rugs . These woollen ...

Creative Review


Black Popular Music in America

Founder of the so - called Zulu Nation , a loose confederation of Bronx breakers (
dancers ) , rappers ( singers ) , scratchers ( record spinners ) , and burners (
graffiti artists ) , Bambaataa was featured in Beat Street , together with such Hip ...

Black Popular Music in America

A history of Black music looks at important styles, performers, and songwriters, and assesses its influence on modern popular music