● Crack & Shine – Season 01 // Episode 01 – Los Angeles
In Los Angeles we meet a few of the members of the infamousThe Seventh Letter & Mad Society Kings crew. Revok, who was recently jailed for 6 weeks for graffiti related offences, tells his story of the history of graffiti in Los Angeles. And we meet with his crew members, Haeler, Augor & Zeser.
● Crack & Shine – Season 01 // Episode 02 – Paris
Paris has the most relaxed attitude to graffiti in all of the cities the team visited. Here the Crack & Shine filmmakers follow Tomerk & Horfe through the streets of the city, and Honet through the underground tunnels, know as the catacombs. While also talking to Andre, the graffiti entrepreneur.
● Crack & Shine – Season 01 // Episode 03 – Amsterdam
This leg of the European tour took us to one of the most historic cities for graffiti in Europe. Here we follow the legendary Twice & Gear on their typical weekend escapades.
● Crack & Shine – Season 01 // Episode 04 – Paris Catacombs
Here the Crack & Shine filmmakers follow Honet through the underground tunnels, know as the catacombs.
● Crack & Shine – Season 01 // Episode 05 – London
London is the birthplace of Crack & Shine. The first book, released in 2009, documented the leading figures in the cities’ underground graffiti community.
● Crack & Shine – Season 01 // Episode 06 – Katsu
Graffiti represents an extremely young global underground subculture, it’s the root of modern guerilla marketing and the core inspiration behind street art. This episode of “Crack and Shine” highlights Katsu, a graffiti vandal active in NYC. Katsu’s campaign is unique within the graffiti world because while most vandals influence with traditional street tagging and murals, Katsu uses deeper conceptual strategies to promote the movement.
● Crack & Shine – Season 01 // Episode 07 – Death is Home: Horfe
For the past 10 years, Horfe has dedicated his life to getting his name up in Paris. Through this public development on the streets of his hometown, a unique talent has evolved and developed to the point where his work is considered to be the most interesting, innovating and original graffiti on the planet at the moment. He is now spending an equal amount of time developing his artwork and creating new work for his upcoming shows in London and Paris.
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