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Montana LOOKBOOK 2018

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The new MONTANA-CANS LOOKBOOK 2018 out now featuring special MONTANA-CANS products, brand collaborations, events and artists. At MONTANA-CANS we benefit, as a team and as company, from working closely with creative heads, our friends and partners. In return, it is our pleasure to support events, projects and artists. In our opinion, a fruitful cooperation is the source for creativity, development and growth on all levels. We are fortunate and grateful for the fact that we are approached by artists and collaboration partners alike, who have incredible ideas and inspirations, is something that we are very thankful for. Also check the previous issues MONTANA-CANS LOOKBOOK 2016 and 2017

WANE COD Well known for

WANE COD Well known for his great style, Wane Cod has dedicated his life to the power of letters. He was born in London and lived in England and Greneda until he was seven years old. In 1978 his parents brought him and his brother to the U.S. and moved to the North Bronx. During 1983, he became “Wane One” when he painted his first train. Montana Cans had the chance to go to his studio recently and also follow him for a little while, to check out what is going on with him recently! Today, he divides his time between painting and running his company: Writers Bench. As an artist and Montana Cans heavy user, he states that “it’s all about letters” and graffiti is basically a type of typography that they can call style. For Wane spray cans have become a medium, but the culture of graffiti is a big movement, and the reason why he still goes out and does it the so called “illegal” way is because it keeps him grounded. It also keeps him knowing of what’s happening in the culture of graff. In the real world of how graffiti writers live the moment. “If you don’t go out and do it illegally, you’re clueless to what’s really going on. You are just a commercial artist using spray cans,” he quoted to the Creative Independent a couple of months ago. 42

LOOKBOOK 018 “If you don’t go out and do it illegally, you’re clueless to what’s really going on. You are just a commercial artist using spray cans.” 43

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