Photo: The Lifestyles of MJAY Via Mook-Life
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After their return back stateside from spending New Years in Rotterdam; the homies over at Mook-Life highlighted a dope selection of works from a derelict they met while traveling abroad.
“For those who don’t know, the InterRail movement is a particular way of life for graffiti writers in Europe. With the proximity of countries and non-existing borders, InterRail passes give you unlimited access to any train destination on the continent for a period of a month. Writers travel from city to city with the sole purpose of painting the transit systems and getting up. It’s a lifestyle where you live on the bare minimum, steal everything on the way, sleep a few hours a night, scope out yards in every new city and destroy the fuck out of each subway system… all in a hardcore and intense trip. Call it the purest form of graffiti freedom. Today, Mook-Life spotlights one of Rotterdam’s finest by focusing on the InterRail and street life movement he lives every day. A picture is worth a thousand words, and you can feel the adventure pouring its heart out in each one of these frames. We present to you the lifestyles through the lens of MJAY.”