17 years ago, MQ dropped this monster throw up over the pull gate and window on Mission St in San Francisco. The rawest of graffiti vandalism right here.
Arguably one of the most prolific writers of North America ever, MQ has returned to his old stomping grounds of New York and is reminding everyone that he is still very active.
For years and years, MQ had a permanent spot right here on this high traffic spot on East Houston in Manhattan until one day a mural went up. Now whenever MQ comes to town he makes sure to ride right
During a time period these two did so much vandalism and there style of bombing has been adopted by countless people after.
These two do a great job at keeping the graffiti in the streets and with that grimey bombing style.
Bazooka Films recently followed legendary bomber MQ around San Francisco putting up stickers, catching tags, and ending the evening getting down with some handstlyes in a black book session.
Combined these three writers names only amount to seven letters. That’s probably a record for the shortest names on one wall with three writers, a very insignificant record of sorts.
Meanwhile in Japan, the presence of American writers is heavier than it has ever been. Take a trip and take a look, you will see what we are talking about. Not to say MQ being up or having influence
MQ’S “Q” works perfectly altered to QP’S “Q.” That’s sort of like a riddle. A great black and white collaboration on the streets of Tokyo.
This tarp is just a few snips away from being in somebody’s home stretched out across their wall.
That freeway is now gone along with the building. Anok, Log and Jase on the roof, while MQ and Tie hold it down on the freeway level.