When we picked up the first issue of Street Struck last year, we opened its pages and were more than a little fkn impressed – there are many magazines out there these days covering graffiti and street art, and its hard to push up amongst the pack,- but what we saw within its pages made us realise that it was well on its way, already, to being a leader amongst its peers.
Beautiful photography, imagery and behind the scenes shots, littered with works from some of Melbournes finest artists, Street Struck is the Melbourne graffiti magazine that we’ve needed – and now they’ve released Issue #2, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it.
“Street Struck magazine is a Melbourne based limited edition publication focusing on all elements of graffiti. Issue 02 is 80 pages and packed full of high quality mostly unseen pictures. Including full colour productions, legals, tracksides, panels, freights, blackbooks & bombing; from some of the city’s (and its visitors) most active writers.
Features include GDS Crew, Leo One and blackbook entries from Pudl, John Kaye, Presto and I-Spy
The magazine is limited to only 500 copies.
Issue 2 has just landed in Melbourne, now currently available at Giant, Villain, Obese Records and online at www.obeserecords.bigcartel.com – It will be making its way around Australia to all good hip-hop stores next week.”
Check out a bunch of the preview images the Streetstruck dudes sent along below – rad shit indeed, get a copy as soon as you can.
Once again – go buy this shit! www.obeserecords.bigcartel.com