1. My Setup

    When I first started documenting traditional boxcar art (monikers) all I had was an iPhone 4. Over the years my gear has evolved. I no longer own a cellular phone. My bag is a small Peak Design camera cube that houses a Nikon F3P, MD-4 motor drive, Nikkor 85mm AI-S…

  2. Railside Rebellion

    Byron Railside doesn’t only bench freight he makes bad ass railroad art like this Digital Hobo shield I got hanging above my desk. Check out his instagram for more info. His craftsmanship is amazing. You won’t be disappointed.  Above Photo Credits: Byron Railside Follow Byron Railside on Instagram HERE. 

  3. Monikers Volume 2

    A collection of traditional boxcar art shot in Lufkin, Texas. 

  4. The (mostly) true story of hobo graffiti

    Documentary by VOX. 

  5. BazzMan Interview

    DH: How long have you been riding freight trains and what made you want to start riding BM: 11 Years in Counting on traveling “Riding Trains/Rubber Tramping”. What made me want to start riding was losing everything that turned into deep depression. DH: Did someone school you…

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