Alright... Competition is closed, entries are in, and we're just putting together the online poll which will be up ASAP. Poll will be on ozhiphop.com (instead of the blog) to hopefully cut down on rigging / multiple voting.
Votes will be able to be cast instore also (Strictly 1 vote per person! - though you may vote online and instore) Tallys will be added to the online poll.
Hell Yeah! is a full color, glossy magazine for anyone out there who’s into art, music, rabble rousing, fashion and everything in between. Unlike other glossies currently in rotation from Australia, Hell Yeah! is uniquely focused towards street culture, an area that’s often talked about but widely uncatered for. Our magazine will feature un-PC, no-holds-barred, raw social commentary; 100% stilleto and anorexic model free; interviews with cats from all over the world and what’s goin’ on in the art, music and design scenes that’s got people in the know talking, thrown in with a good measure of humour, sarcasm and shit-stirring. Basically we let you in on all the dope shit that’s going on here, there and everywhere.
Kings Way Details the events, spaces, materials and folklore that made up the lives of Melbourne's early writers. Compiled by active participants in the subculture across this period, it pays tribute to the individual writers and crews who laid the groundwork for Melbourne's current reputation as a global street art capital.
Freight Train Graffiti Features hundreds of never-before-seen photographs spanning decades of the genre's existence and interviews with over 125 revered freight train artists, this authoritative and brilliantly illustrated volume offers exclusive insights into the world of freight train graffiti. Everyone from the most jaded graffiti artist to the world's train enthusiasts to the man in the street will be astonished by the sheer volume and the intricate workings of the freight train graffiti world.
Graffiti LA Documents modern trends in graffiti and street art in Los Angeles, while also providing a history of the art form in the city. This work presents an examination of technique, an exploration of sociocultural issues in crew dynamics, battles and apprenticeship and interviews with the most prominent artists round out the text.
Crimes Of Passion: Now officially renamed C.O.P has been redesigned for the modern woman.. No, not the common housewife hooked on gossip or self obsessed chicky keeping up with the latest trends.. They're talking dope bitches with taste, girls with a raw sense of humor, an honest opinion and skills.. It's so hot we can't believe the pages don't come stuck together. (Taken from editors introduction)
Featuring female artists from all around Australia and the world with a vast collection of pictures and interviews: Lady Pink, Metho, Miss Brown, Toofly, Myla, Igasm, Poise and the list goes on and on and on.. C.O.P also features advise columns and recipes.. As a bloke, it was a pretty good read..I took a copy home to my girlfriend and it got her gee'd up.. But i'm still waiting for my buzzing brownies
Stay tuned for Issue 3 which will be coming soon..