After the spectacular reception of the first issue, Tramontana, like the wind that bears the same name, continues its unstoppable and unpredictable course. We are proud to announce the launch of the second issue of Montana Colors’ free editorial project.
Due to coinciding dates, the Creative World Fair in Frankfurt was the first place where this issue was made public, and we gave the Montana Colors stand guests these first copies, fresh from the oven.
You can visit your habitual retailer to ask for this free publication before it runs out, but in the meantime, here’s a rough idea of what you will find in its interior…


You can visit your habitual retailer to ask for this free publication before it runs out, but in the meantime, here’s a rough idea of what you will find in its interior…

We start 2019 with a new breeze of fresh air from Tramontana. It’s a special year for us here at Montana Colors as we are celebrating a quarter of a century, 25 years, of working for the graffiti scene with the same enthusiasm and dedication as we had the very first day.

In this new issue you will find a cover spread by RIME MSK and a couple of central articles dedicated to the outstanding exhibition, “Art Is not a Crime”, in homage to Henry Chalfant, freight trains, as well as interviews with prominent and varied figures within the international scene such as, JASE, MECRO, FALNS (DELTA), and BUNI.

In addition, there’s interviews, features and articles on internationally renowned players such as Axel Void, AEC, L’Outsider, André Saraiva, Dan Witz, Natalia Rak, Musa, Hueman, Mind, Escif and Smithe. Among other attractions you’ll find an essay written by Oren Jacoby – director of the documentary based on the life of Richard Hambleton/”Shadowman“-, an adventure retrieved from the past with Dash Snow, O’Clock and Psy156 as protagonists in the catacombs of Paris, and we take a look back at the impressive Yellow Man project that OS GEMEOS carried out in Milan’s Pirelli HangarBicocca.

As a nod to these 25 years in the game, we present an intriguing visual essay which reviews many of the Montana Colors spray can models, from our first Classic can model that we launched in 1994, to the last limited edition can in homage to the documentary, Wild Style.

You can also enjoy a feature about the “Graffiti Shop” concept, with articles by people whose influence was key in the development of this concept, as well as an article dedicated to our recently opened Montana Shop LA in the United States.
These 180 pages of content are fruit of our commitment to the international art and graffiti writing scene, and a gift for our customers all over the world. Sit back, take your time and enjoy this new issue!

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