Zine Review: Noxer Dod "No Love"

By - Thursday, October 25th, 2012

No Love” is the first zine by notorious graffiti writer Noxer DOD. A Veteran in the NYC graffiti scene with well over 20 years of bombing under his belt, this zine is for sure a collectors item for the street graffiti connoisseur. Noxer’s debut zine is packed with 20 pages of line drawing illustrations featuring that signature Noxer twist we’ve all come to recognize. Each copy comes with some cool and limited inserts including an original photo print, a Noxington dollar bill redeemable for a discounted price on the follow-up edition of the “No Love” zine series, and assorted printed and handwritten stickers. Each copy is hand signed and numbered by the artist. Limited to and edition of 150. Check out some of the spreads below and buy it here. In the words of the korean lady from Don’t be a Menace to South Central while Drinking your Juice in the Hood “Hurry Up and Buy.” And for those of you unfamiliar with Noxer’s work, check out the video clip below from the graffiti video “State Your Name” and get familiar. Text: Ulyeses.C Photo: Nicola Parisi

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