Archive for ‘Graffiti’

HOT IN DEM SKREETZ //V3

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There can be a lot said, and there has, of GREY’s originality and influence on San Francisco, West Coast, and worldwide graffiti. Plain and simple Grey was a savage in his day. Rumors fly and he has had his up’s and down’s but he will forever be known as a legend for the work, style, and influence he put down for graffiti. I always thought him and Amaze’s trickery in…

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HOT IN DEM SKREETS // V2

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PERCEPT Percept produced many creative rollers many years ago currently running all over the city. Most pieces might be pre-2007 as I moved here then and noticed they were runners and haven’t seen much new from him since. I always thought his letters were interesting in that he used these long, tall and narrow(probably just the roller pad wide) letters while using creative ways to make the letters bend, mingle,…

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Hoodrat Stuff // May 21, 2011

Judgement day came & went without much notice for most people (was anyone really surprised?), but at cut & run we saw it as a perfect opportunity to celebrate our debauchery,¬†lawlessness, & most of all the official kickoff for this little project of ours. It’s been going really great, & we want to thank you all for the support you’ve shown us so far… it’s definitely a motivator for us…

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HOT IN DEM SKREETS

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1st in an ongoing series of sprayin’, spritzin’, and graff’n ‘n’ dancin’. Most will fall under these categories: -Runners -Classics -Some current -Personal favorites   I’ll start with the piece that got me thinking about starting this series: The huge Saber roller on Market St that has been running for around a decade. I skimmed over his book years ago when it came out and I think a blockbuster like…

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NIKKO

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One day while listening to the amazing Oakland based podcast Snap Judgement and fighting the war on terror with my immaculate Photoshop skills (aka cloning¬† trees for a company that makes flight simulator programs for the armed forces) I was blessed with listening to this story by Delfin Vigil. The author discovers the work of San Francisco sidewalk artist NIKKO in the Nob Hill/Russian Hill/Chinatown areas, does some serious research…

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