From the Windy City, we head to Amsterdam for the next in our on-going series of city-centric graffiti features. Our friends from Topsafe London linked with Mattijus der Meullen, representing Dutch Damage, to get the full scoop on the writers who have shaped Amsterdam's rich graffiti scene.

From the 1970s on, Amsterdam had bred taggers ranging from old school taggers to new school bombers. The town known for coffee shops and tulips has it all. And, something other places don't, tram cars. Yeah, those have been a thrilling canvas for the cream of the Dutch crop too.

In chronological order, the 25 Greatest Amsterdam Graffiti Writers.

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