• 07 2023

    We will give a lecture about our practice of digging and publishing and insights into unseen archive material as well as upcoming projects that continue to revolve around the question of how the disease called graffiti can be captured in words and images. Saturday, 22th July 2023, 20:00 at Gasteig, Munich

  • 08 2019

    As a tribute to the architect Ernst Hürlimann (1921–2001) who illustrated several advertisements for the Munich U- and S-Bahn in the 1970s and 1980s we printed this new edition of silkscreened high quality shirts. Sizes: small/medium/large/extralarge, classic fit, 100% finest cotton, made in Portugal, handprinted in Germany, 39€ — Order here

  • 05 2019

    Muenchengraffiti.de is back online! Caused by Munich’s police authority the homepage had to be taken offline for the duration of almost one year. Ways of reporting about graffiti, the way of dealing with a culture that is seeking its social standing in and outside the law and different interpretations of what is art and what is vandalism were part of the debates. The homepage will shortly be updated in its different sections and exists from now on in German and English.

  • 09 2018

    ZAR ZIP FLY ZOROthe first layer of graffiti in Munich is out now and available for order here.

  • 09 2018

    Among other online and radio features we are happy to read the positive and appreciating feedback to our book ZAR ZIP FLY ZORO in Süddeutsche Zeitung, Welt am Sonntag and Superpaper.

  • 09 2018

    We had an incredible ZAR ZIP FLY ZORO release-event! Starting with a 2-channel-projection at the backside of the Glyptothek building with Konrad Kittls and Peter Kreuzers pictures greatly enlarged. Followed by the presentation of the book at Kunstverein München, accompanied by a talk, visuals, live concert and an amazing party. Thanks everybody for coming! It was a blast!

  • 08 2018

    We are very hyped to announce the two days celebration of ZAR ZIP FLY ZORO – the first layer of graffiti in Munich. 7th september 2018 open-air-screening at the backside of the Glyptothek building, 8th september 2018 Book-Release @Kunstverein München with talk & visuals, Otto live concert and Party with Le Discoboulet and Radio Lakritz! Check the facebook event for all informations, save the dates and come by — this ones gonna be huge!

  • 05 2017

    Commissioned by the department for arts and culture, Klick Klack Publishing realized Munichs first official graffiti website. Next to general informations about the culture you will find an interactive map with halls, spots and locations in the city as well as a big history part with photo and video footage from the very early days until now.


  • 12 2015

    We are happy to announce our third release. The artist book Extension of a thought by the artist Zedrick Meyer documents a one-day installation, in which two opposing mirrors are being used to extend a 30 metres long, abandoned railway track into infinity.

  • 06 2014

    32 Notes on Graffiti — OUT NOW!
    Thanks a lot for the orders from all over the world! All the ordered magazines are on their way now. Important information: Worldwide shipping is 10 Euro, one magazine included.

    Some copies left!

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    32 Notes on Graffiti – Trailer 10/10

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    32 Notes on Graffiti – Trailer 09/10

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    32 Notes on Graffiti – Trailer 08/10

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    32 Notes on Graffiti – Trailer 07/10

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    32 Notes on Graffiti – Trailer 06/10

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    32 Notes on Graffiti – Trailer 05/10

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    32 Notes on Graffiti – Trailer 01/10

Klick Klack Publishing was founded in 2013 by Roman Häbler, Jonas Hirschmann and Leonhard Rothmoser. The Munich-based publisher focuses on their founders’ shared history in the graffiti movement and its social, cultural and aesthetic backgrounds. Their interest in artistic and subcultural forms of expression centers on critical analysis, the examination of its social implications and a reflective approach to the use of media. Publications are neither recurring on a regular basis nor do they have a standardized concept. Instead, shape, form and layout of each publication are designed to match its unique content.