What’s to be said about Hindue’s approach to freight train graffiti that we haven’t already said 100 times already? New 2016 piece on a BNSF hopper.
This old boxcar that was originally made for The Apalachicola Northern or AN Railway is a rare treat. Hindue made sure to do the car justice with a matching color scheme and even a robot.
We don't want to keep sounding pessimistic about freight train graffiti because we do love it, but looking at the lines these days, we can actually say with confidence that we wished the companies we
The snow made a perfect back drop for this cold blooded Hindue and Ghouls end to end on a BNSF reefer.
If there were graffiti in the old board game Candy Land, it would look exactly like this. Hindue lighting this NOKL up and sending it on it’s way to cool off across America.
Freight train graffiti at its best looks something like this. Hindue went with a lot of color on this one but still keeping it really simple for the easy pass by read.
Celebrating 20 years of the GTB crew.
This train that Hindue painted incorporates sign painting, design and graffiti, all in one perfectly awesome panel.
We always wondered what the secret was to Hindue's handstyles and now we know it's all in the Nintendo Power Glove!
Hindue is a well-known name amongst train writers, as his numbers and quality are way up there. Here he takes half of an RBOX doing it justice.
Hindue’s straight letters received the samurai slicer through the middle and now they will bleed in a pool of rust.