Superfly: Raw Video Of Graff Writer Action In Demark

I am going to make this post short and sweet. I found this hour and thirty one minute video piece of graff writers in action shot, what I presume, is Copenhagen, Denmark. Somebody correct me about this because there is not much credit noted on merit of location. This is the first time I have ever seen this semi-documentary, and I felt it was quite enjoyable seeing its candidness of writers in action.

This video is steady raw footage with no storyline whatsoever. It is clearly edited action shots and footage of murals, pieces, and tags. It is amazing to see writers in the present burning whole trains like how it use to be done back in the day in the NYC. The shots shown throughout the video showcases parts of Copenhagen as a very colorful city decorated with hundreds or thousands of murals. There is a scene looking out of a train where it appeared to be miles of burners dressing the gloomy environment.

I would like more information on this video because there was not much of any description found online. It is good stuff that I hope you will enjoy.So many great pieces and wild style murals. One of my favorites is the “evolution mural” which begins with mega sharks. It is massive!

And, oh, by the way! Do not wear clean clothes when watching this film. It is grimy stuff!

Peace!

Warning: Due to the raw, candid footage of this video some scenes are definitely not suitable for anyone below the age of 18; not safe for work; and absolutely must be kept away from children. Viewer discretion is truly advised!

From the 11:12 minute mark until the 12:03 minute mark, there is some back alley sexual content that was candidly shot probably for shock value. We apologize if anyone is offended yet you have been forewarned. I did not believe a one minute scene should prevent this entire hour and a half piece to not be shown. Just fast forward through that brief segment and enjoy the graff writers in action.The pieces are worth the watch!

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