Graffiti // Monday, October 08, 2012
It’s cool when writers can give some sort of context to their work. Kems speaks on this particular piece, “In the late 90's early 2000 we went on a killing spree of white filled pieces, not sure why? Doing this piece gave me flash backs of the Dojo production in Atlanta with Ges and Totem. The good times never last long enough. Fuck it, lets keep it moving.”
Graffiti // Thursday, October 04, 2012
In 1977, T-kid began painting graffiti in the streets of South Bronx, creating his own reputation within the graffiti and hip-hop communities, eventually becoming a source of inspiration for younger emerging artists. A film has been created documenting 3 decades of T-kids life and a Kickstarter has been made to help its release. The film also features interviews and stories from graffiti writers Ces, Med, Riff170, Ivory TN7, Cope 2 The Goldie, Henry Chalfant, and more.