The second episode of the MTN Podcast features the Broken Fingaz crew, who commemorate two decades of the collective with their first monograph.
The MTN Podcast returns with another deep dive into the life and career of a uniquely ambitious crew from Israel. Following the interview with NYC train writing and techno legend Ven aka Adam X, this podcast features a conversation with the Broken Fingaz Crew.


Originally formed in Haifa, Israel, The Broken Fingaz Crew are a multidisciplinary art collective. They currently consist of three members: Unga, now based in London, plus Tant and Deso, who live in Tel Aviv.

Coming from a creative and artistic background, they spent the early years of the crew’s existence throwing parties which they promoted with incredibly detailed, psychedelic posters, whilst developing their take on graffiti in the nascent national scene.

It wasn’t long before they started working abroad, and significant steps in their development were made in the UK, the USA and Mexico as they worked on their collective approach to painting, sculpture, printing and installation.

Their subject matter has made a significant evolution over the years, from early representations of sex and death to a more politicized view of the communication in their pieces.

They are currently celebrating 20 years together with the release of their first book, Broken Fingaz, which dropped in early September via the Belgian publisher Lannoo.

For this episode of the MTN Podcast, we talked Unga, Tant and Deso week before the launch. During the interview, the trio talked about growing up in under the threat of missile attacks and bus bombs, their path from graffiti writers to versatile artists and Bono begging to secure their services.

For this episode of the MTN Podcast, we talked to Unga, Tant and Deso the week before the launch. During the interview, the trio talked about growing up in under the threat of missile attacks and bus bombs, their path from graffiti writers to versatile artists and Bono begging to secure their services.

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