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Art Leaks

Fat Cap

The entry-level choice for fast caps. Its thick line makes it ideal for quick, impactful work. The most popular fat cap is the pink dot, recognized by its classic pink nozzle.

Soft Cap

The medium-sized cap, perfect for coloring or blending, and softer, thicker outlines than the skinny cap.

GraffitiLoser Artworks

 Finally, new artworks from Seen, the godfather of Graffiti. He’s released new canvases and prints that he ships worldwide, including a print of his famous ‘Hand of Doom’ subway!

Procreate App

The number one app for tablet drawing. Loaded with features and brushes, it’s simple and intuitive, helping improve your style without paper and pen. Check it out in the app store!

Skinny Cap

For those doing legal graffiti work, the skinny cap is the top choice. In the Hall of Fame, when you’ve got more time, these are the most popular. They provide a thin, precise line and tend to use less spray paint. Give it a try and see the difference!

Gloves

Gloves are a trusted companion for any self-respecting writer! They ensure that there are no paint traces left on the hands in case of any mishaps. Lately, there have been new types available in the market that offer better grip to the spray can, available both in disposable and multiple-use versions!

Mop

The Mop is one of the writers’ most favored markers, but it’s also one of the most delicate to use! It’s characterized by a super solid line and often has stylish drips. However, the tip is very delicate and should be used only on very smooth surfaces!

R.I.P. Tracy168

We are deeply saddened by the breaking news. One of the legends of the 1970s graffiti scene, tracy168, has passed away. As early as 1975, he was considered one of New York’s kings due to his innovative style, which many still emulate today! We will never forget you!

Wholetrain

Wholetrain: Toughest trainbombing move. Cover the whole train, no blanks. Hard execution, time-consuming. Letters can be tricky due to length. Power move: Combine wholecars with different writers.

Wholecar

Wholecar: Huge piece or a combo of many, covering the entire train. No blanks left, it’s the piece plus the background, all over that ride. Ladder often needed ’cause spots get tricky. Not for everyone, takes serious skills!

Kickit @ Dumbo Bologna

This Sunday, October 1st, catch us with our official stand at Kickit – Italy’s prime event for sneaker culture and streetwear. We’ll be taking over Dumbo in Bologna. We’ll showcase our new Streetwear line, and we’ve got some gadgets and vouchers for gems and credits. Don’t miss out!

Top to Bottom

The Top To Bottom, aka T2B. You hit up a train or subway car from head to toe, covering the whole height, but keeping the sides empty, like, no paint there! Sometimes, the outlines on top might be missing for practicality’s sake. So, grab that ladder, your freshest colors, and a boatload of patience!

vandaleak new feature

Vandaleak’s brand-new feature is live and kicking! Once you’ve updated the app, you’re in for a treat – during your action, you can now record your screen for 30 seconds of the highlights you choose! Just hit that top red button and save the vid when you’re done with your piece. And don’t forget to drop it on social media, tagging our official profile!

End 2 End

End 2 End, or E2E, is all about a lineup of pieces by multiple writers or just one, connecting across the whole train’s width along with the background. Often, these writers work together using coordinated colors for a super smooth and visually stunning result. Remember, the eyes gotta love it too!

BackGround

In the graffiti game, the background might not always steal the show, but guess what? Sometimes, it’s that little extra something that takes your piece to the next level! You got options, from basic bubble fills to those super intricate joints with epic landscapes and mind-bending gradients. So, set your imagination loose, let those creative juices flow, and give your piece the backdrop it deserves!

Graff Leaks

Fat Cap

The entry-level choice for fast caps. Its thick line makes it ideal for quick, impactful work. The most popular fat cap is the pink dot, recognized by its classic pink nozzle.

Soft Cap

The medium-sized cap, perfect for coloring or blending, and softer, thicker outlines than the skinny cap.

Krink X Mtn Colors

They’ve released new 750 ml red spray cans that can spray up to 4 meters high. A rare gem for devoted bombers! Gotta check them out!

Skinny Cap

For those doing legal graffiti work, the skinny cap is the top choice. In the Hall of Fame, when you’ve got more time, these are the most popular. They provide a thin, precise line and tend to use less spray paint. Give it a try and see the difference!

Gloves

Gloves are a trusted companion for any self-respecting writer! They ensure that there are no paint traces left on the hands in case of any mishaps. Lately, there have been new types available in the market that offer better grip to the spray can, available both in disposable and multiple-use versions!

wallpaint

One of the key tools for writers aiming for stylish wall art is undoubtedly the base layer of paint! This foundation allows spray paints to adhere better to the wall, preventing unnecessary waste. Moreover, a consistent base layer certainly helps the artwork stand out against the wall! Try it to believe it!

Mop

The Mop is one of the writers’ most favored markers, but it’s also one of the most delicate to use! It’s characterized by a super solid line and often has stylish drips. However, the tip is very delicate and should be used only on very smooth surfaces!

Color Trips Italy

“Color Trips Italy” is now live on Spraydaily’s YouTube channel! The video takes us to Italy with the GTS crew, showcasing all the actions from their holiday in the “beautiful country,” including some cool moves on the most loved regional trains! In short, it’s a must-watch video!

Wholetrain

Wholetrain: Toughest trainbombing move. Cover the whole train, no blanks. Hard execution, time-consuming. Letters can be tricky due to length. Power move: Combine wholecars with different writers.

No Cops no stress

“No Cops No Stress” – the fresh video dropped by the Spanish blog System Boys takes us straight to Turkey! From Istanbul to Ankara, and even Bursa, a crew of writers, including the renowned Mone, deliver epic metro and train actions from the area

Wholecar

Wholecar: Huge piece or a combo of many, covering the entire train. No blanks left, it’s the piece plus the background, all over that ride. Ladder often needed ’cause spots get tricky. Not for everyone, takes serious skills!

FY in Stockholm

he fresh NcFormula video just dropped! This time, it’s all about FY, and in this clip, they’re tearing up the streets of Stockholm! Get ready for a full 22 minutes of metro, train, and even tram action across the Swedish city. This one’s a definite must-watch – don’t sleep on it!

Top to Bottom

The Top To Bottom, aka T2B. You hit up a train or subway car from head to toe, covering the whole height, but keeping the sides empty, like, no paint there! Sometimes, the outlines on top might be missing for practicality’s sake. So, grab that ladder, your freshest colors, and a boatload of patience!

Phibs on the Rails

Renowned Aussie writer Phibs teamed up with Montana Colors Australia for their fresh video drop! He’s in action painting a stunning freight train with one of his most colorful masterpieces. This action is a must-watch!

End 2 End

End 2 End, or E2E, is all about a lineup of pieces by multiple writers or just one, connecting across the whole train’s width along with the background. Often, these writers work together using coordinated colors for a super smooth and visually stunning result. Remember, the eyes gotta love it too!

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