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Rockin’ It Suckers tells the story of New York City's infamous RIS crew in their heyday—NYC in the late 1980s. Despite the violence of a city that was tormented by crime and crack, the golden age of hip-hop was in full bloom. When a zero-tolerance policy towards graffiti was instituted, many of the city's graffiti writers quit—but the RIS crew was determined to keep the trains colorful. This book features never-before-seen images of graffiti by the leading figures in the crew as they share their thoughts on bombing, vandalizing, and rocking the city.
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Hardcover. 128 pages.
Essays by: Duel, Fuzz One, Ghost, Ket, and Noxer. Features the work of Bruz, Det, Ghost, JA One, Reas, Sane, Smith, Veefer, and many more.
W 7.50” H 10”
Founded in 2000, Dokument Press is a Swedish publisher that sheds light on subcultures through the publication and distribution of provocative books, magazines, and films. Headed by a group of art, music, fashion, and alternative culture enthusiasts, Dokument fills a void in the book and mass media market by focusing on human self-expression throughout history.