Graffiti Goes East 1990–2012 is a 656-pages book about the history of graffiti culture in Poland and its famous, but now gone, orange trains. It contains profiles of 17 Polish cities, including the most influential scenes of Warsaw, Gdańsk, Szczecin and Wrocław. Over a hundred Polish writers share their experiences of the good old and the present days. The book includes contributions by European personalities who have been visiting Poland since the mid 1990s, such as Kobolt, Steak, Honet, Opak, Buni, Vino, Kripoe, Cakes, Philly, Cept and others.
Published by Concrete / Whole City.New Zelek is used on the book cover and spine.
Below are two videos showing a presentation of the book during the 2013 Rookie book fair, and an overview of the book interior.