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Trepes:La Conchinada De Tijuana

Discussion in 'Buy, Sell & Trade' started by YOFCPRESS, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. YOFCPRESS

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    new book by Adek and Resq

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    TREPES : LAS COCHINADAS DE TIJUANA

    $35.00

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    By Stefan Simikich, Resq & Adek (YOFC Press)

    In the early 2000’s, on one of their many trips south of the border, graffiti writers ADEK and RESQ began photographing a peculiar form of tag lining the rooftops of Tijuana. Hanging over the edge while painting upside down and backward, young writers had gone above the street to find a new place —and a new way— to make their mark.

    The pictures were stored away and as drug war violence ravaged border towns, many Tijuana writers succumbed to the realities of the streets below those rooftop edges. Now, more than a decade later, Trepes : Las Cochinadas compiles many of the pictures ADEK, RESQ, and Stefan Simikich took of this unusual graffiti.

    8 x 10, 160 pages
     
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