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Art Leaks

Wax Marker

The Wax marker started as an industrial marker but obviously evolved and made its way into graffiti! From simple Sakura, we’ve moved on to the colorful Handmixed, which, as the brand suggests, are sectioned and assembled by hand! They’re definitely among the coolest markers right now!

Paint Marker

The Paint marker is one of the most used! It definitely offers the widest range of colors available! On smooth surfaces, it really gives its best and unleashes all its power!

Ink Marker

The Ink marker is absolutely the most penetrating! As a matter of fact, porous surfaces are really the best suited for this type of pen. Truly a nightmare for every buffer!

Broad Tip Marker

This type of marker in highly demand by calligraphers and handstylers! Thanks to its classic chisel tip, it allows writing in multiple strokes with just a single marker! Definitely a must-try!

Squeeze Marker

It’s one of the most sought-after markers out there! A real must-have for every true tagger! Its main feature is the iconic dripping line! One of the most famous exporters of these markers is definitely Krink, whose squeeze markers have won over half the world!

Metal Tip Marker


This marker is the toughest one on the market! Its metal tip writes practically anywhere thanks to a ballpoint system just like any regular pen, but with much more powerful ink! They usually have a creamier mix compared to standard markers, allowing for raised texture lines that you can actually feel!

Fadebomb x Vandaleak

In the Fadebomb online shop, you can finally find the Vandaleak clothing line! Amazing Tees and Sweatshirts await you, always accompanied by a dose of stickers and gadgets! Don’t miss out!

750ml Cans

For the real bombers, there’s an even bigger, high-pressure option – the 750ml. It lets you pack the most paint in a single can! The Maximo from MontanaColors, especially their limited edition collab with Krink, is a total blast!

600ml Cans

Need to fill space faster? The 600ml is what you’re looking for! Bigger but still easy to handle, it lets you carry more paint around. It’s got more pressure than your average spray, letting you use up all that paint inside.

Futura 2000 new release

Over on artofhiphop50, a bomb just dropped from Futura2000! It’s a collectible Art Toy available in super limited quantities! The artist, a graffiti pioneer, needs no introduction, and his works are now showcased in the world’s biggest galleries. A must-see!

400ml Cans

These are the classic sprays, hands down! Super handy and ergonomic, perfect for anything from tagging to filling or outlining! A good quality spray usually covers about 3 square meters.

High Pressure Cans

High-pressure sprays are the real deal for hardcore bombers! They’re trickier to use but let you work super fast. But don’t think they can’t do fine lines – the best writers can still make magic even with these powerhouses! Top choices here include MontanaColors’ Hardcore, Kobra, and the super speedy Nbq Fast!

Fuzz One New Canvases

The Museum Of Graffiti website just dropped a killer release! They’ve got a selection of canvases by Fuzz One, an old-school master. His new pieces are super colorful and all dated 2023 – a real rarity!

Medium Pressure Cans

Medium-pressure sprays are a balanced compromise. They’re super versatile because with the right caps, you can adjust the line thickness as needed. Popular picks in this category are Loop, Montanacans Black, and Molotow Belton.

Low Pressure Cans

Low-pressure spray cans are your best ally when you need precision and clean lines in your work. They’re also great for beginners since you can easily get a more defined stroke. The most famous low-pressure sprays include MontanaColors’ 94, Montanacans’ Gold, and Nbq’s Slow.

Graff Leaks

DB Robot

German railway company DB is testing a new surveillance system for train depots in Munich! They’ve introduced a robot equipped with cameras and AI to patrol independently and monitor parked trains!

Monochrome is Back

The famous Monochrome video series by Spraydaily is back on YouTube! Episode 101 featuring London writer TwoRise has finally been released! A must-watch, sponsored by Montanacans!

Wax Marker

The Wax marker started as an industrial marker but obviously evolved and made its way into graffiti! From simple Sakura, we’ve moved on to the colorful Handmixed, which, as the brand suggests, are sectioned and assembled by hand! They’re definitely among the coolest markers right now!

Paint Marker

The Paint marker is one of the most used! It definitely offers the widest range of colors available! On smooth surfaces, it really gives its best and unleashes all its power!

Ink Marker

The Ink marker is absolutely the most penetrating! As a matter of fact, porous surfaces are really the best suited for this type of pen. Truly a nightmare for every buffer!

Broad Tip Marker

This type of marker in highly demand by calligraphers and handstylers! Thanks to its classic chisel tip, it allows writing in multiple strokes with just a single marker! Definitely a must-try!

DHL in the wiewfinder

Lately, there’s a new trend among German writers! More and more DHL vans are being hit with ever more colorful and sick pieces! We definitely like them better multicolored than in their classic yellow livery !

Squeeze Marker

It’s one of the most sought-after markers out there! A real must-have for every true tagger! Its main feature is the iconic dripping line! One of the most famous exporters of these markers is definitely Krink, whose squeeze markers have won over half the world!

Los Angeles Skyscrapers

Anyone who’s scrolled through social media can’t have missed what happened in Los Angeles! Newscasts and online platforms are all talking about the abandoned skyscrapers filled with graffiti and used by base jumpers! Truly an open-air gallery!

Metal Tip Marker


This marker is the toughest one on the market! Its metal tip writes practically anywhere thanks to a ballpoint system just like any regular pen, but with much more powerful ink! They usually have a creamier mix compared to standard markers, allowing for raised texture lines that you can actually feel!

750ml Cans

For the real bombers, there’s an even bigger, high-pressure option – the 750ml. It lets you pack the most paint in a single can! The Maximo from MontanaColors, especially their limited edition collab with Krink, is a total blast!

600ml Cans

Need to fill space faster? The 600ml is what you’re looking for! Bigger but still easy to handle, it lets you carry more paint around. It’s got more pressure than your average spray, letting you use up all that paint inside.

400ml Cans

These are the classic sprays, hands down! Super handy and ergonomic, perfect for anything from tagging to filling or outlining! A good quality spray usually covers about 3 square meters.

Tell Me Why

Check out the new release on Spraydaily! “Tell me Why” takes us straight to the Czech Republic with tons of train and metro action, all in perfect Eastern European style and stunning locations. Definitely a must-see!

High Pressure Cans

High-pressure sprays are the real deal for hardcore bombers! They’re trickier to use but let you work super fast. But don’t think they can’t do fine lines – the best writers can still make magic even with these powerhouses! Top choices here include MontanaColors’ Hardcore, Kobra, and the super speedy Nbq Fast!

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