The heyday of London Underground graffiti began in the mid-1980s, which saw an explosion of hip hop culture across the UK. The subway art of American graffiti artists and the release of U.S. hip hop had fired the imaginations of a generation of British kids, and UK graffiti artists or writers began unleashing their creativity in small clubs, on walls, and on overground and Underground train carriages up and down the land. With “The Underground Graffiti Sketchbook”, today’s graffiti artists can go back to the medium’s roots and find inspiration without risk of electrocution or arrest. There are 54 line drawings of carriages on high-grade uncoated art paper. Using pencil, paint or marker pen, the unique concertina binding will allow you to create amazing sequences of customised cars, perfect for display or just honing your graffiti skills.