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In this episode of MONOCHROME we feature Swedish graffiti writer Skil from TD Crew.

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MONOCHROME is a series of graffiti videos, all with a black-and-chrome feeling, by Spraydaily.com. Simple short videos featuring one writer and three cans in each episode. One chrome piece on one clean wall by one selected graffiti writer for each episode.

WIDESTYLE – Stockholm graffiti scene 1996-97 (Full Movie)

Betongliv.com just released an old Swedish classic graffiti video online. “Widestyle” shows graffiti in Stockholm during the years 1996-97. Check out this part of pre-internet graffiti history.

Hello My Name Is: Skil


Name: Skil
Crew: TD (Top Doggs)
City/Country: Stockholm/Sweden

When did you start writing: In the middle/end of the 80’s
Whats graffiti for you: Letters and good friends!
Influences: Classic graffiti and new fresh ideas.
Quantity vs quality: If you can combine both its good but for me nowadays I’ll try to do quality pieces when I paint because I don’t paint that much.
What keeps you still writing: It is still a lot of fun doing it and it’s a part of my soul thats never going to change.
Future plans: Family first and paint when I have spare-time.

Instagram: skil_td

Skil, TD – Interview


Your style has evolved over the years. You are one of those who are at the forefront and takes Graffiti on, a trendsetter. Do you feel pressure or expectation from others?
Thanks for the kind words but it’s probably others that are more prominent than I am at the present. I like to develop my style and not stagnate and do very low repetitions. I probably feel no pressure from others to have to prove something but I have enough pressure on myself not to be sufficiently creative. Nowadays I’m just trying to paint (if I have time) when I have the energy and desire to not have to like it to feel boring. For more of the interview (in Swedish) and pictures visit graffitisavedmylife.se