Throwie Thrusday on Italian Steel

By - Thursday, September 24th, 2015

Throwies are a great way to see and measure who got game. I spot most of them on the streets, buildings, billboards and on the freeway. But I prefer to see them on a metal surface. Here in the norther part of Italy you can easily find them on the Milano subway lines. They are mainly done in a frenetic and fast way during a back-jump; when the train is at a stop or by pulling the emergency brakes. Often they are executed on the regional trains too, the ones that commuters take each day to go to work.

Enjoy this first selection of throwies from the most active Italian train bombers, and some foreign ones like Utah & Ether.

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