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    J'approuv-isme ...

    <span style=\'color:lightgreen\'>**</span><span style=\'color:green\'>3S</span><span style=\'color:lightgreen\'>rMe</span><span style=\'color:green\'>Quoi</span><span style=\'color:lightgreen\'>&#33;&#33;</span>

  2. #1342

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    keski es ridicul ? le grafiti ces deja du ridicul , le patner ya bome laffaire c tou

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    yeh yeh ono stylez like back in da dayz

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    oui Hwc c les meme ...

    sehor, weave, renks, caos, merp etc.....
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    hwc ces tout eux SAUF toi

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    lollllllllllllll oui oui c ca:P
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    En fouillant sur mon ordi, j&#39;ai retrouvé une interview que j&#39;avais réalisé par e-mail avec Flow. Je me suis dis qu&#39;il pourrait être intéressant pour vous jeunes vierges de lire ce que cet artiste pense du graff.
    Alors instruisez-vous ici :

    - Yo whuts up, state your name and crews :
    I write Flow, my crews are T.A. and KWOTA.


    When your art begin?

    I started in March 1993.


    Why you start graffiti?

    Well, after fooling around with it when I was young, I
    started to see it in hip hop videos in the late 80&#39;s
    but mostly early 90&#39;s. I took a trip to NYC in &#39;91 and
    that got me re-interested in it. So, after a couple of
    more trips down to NYC, I decided to try to start
    doing graffiti myself. When I started, I didn&#39;t know
    anybody who did it, there was no internet and barely
    any magazines. Ahhh, those were the days&#33;


    How was the MTL graff scene when you first started?

    Small, the main graffiti area was the Plateau, the
    &#39;wall of fame&#39; was the 2 walls at Fletcher&#39;s Field, on
    Parc at Rachel. The writers that I remember seeing
    were Sike, Santi, Soak, Mersh, Maink, Jam, East and
    Jest. Other than that, there was Zep, Zilon and
    political graffiti.


    Do you think the graff scene evolve in MTL?

    I don&#39;t know, it depends on where graffiti is going to
    go from here, probably more towards an &#39;artsy&#39;
    direction. I think the scene has pretty much reached
    it&#39;s maximum point. There will be more
    people piecing than now and there will be some
    artistic bombing, stencils, posters and all that…


    What’s your favorite surface?

    Trains, definetly freight trains. The reason that I
    haven&#39;t done any walls inside people&#39;s houses is
    because they will see it everyday and see any lines
    that are not perfect. Plus, they&#39;ll get tired of it.
    With a train, you paint it and then it leaves, usually
    you don&#39;t know where it&#39;s going to go, it could end up
    in Jonquiere, it could end up in San Diego. With
    trains, there are alot of surfaces waiting to be
    painted. When you&#39;re sitting at a railroad crossing
    and a long freight train is going by, it&#39;s boring
    watching 50 red/brown CN boxcars passing, a nice flash
    of color is exciting.


    Do you like the « bombing part » of graffiti?

    I never really tagged and if I did a throw-up, it was
    usually solidly filled. I prefered simple pieces to
    throw-ups. Bombing has it&#39;s place but it doesn&#39;t
    belong everywhere. Glass etch is evil, I know some
    people who own small businesses that have been hit by
    etch, I hate it.


    You are north american reknown for your freight trains, what’s a freight artist?

    If somebody is a true freight writer, he understands,
    respects and loves trains. Alot of freight writers are
    &#39;railfans&#39;, they collect train stuff, read train
    magazines and know about the railroads.


    How do you see MTL when you look at Toronto or Vancouver?

    Montreal is reknowned for it&#39;s bombing. When I first
    started visiting Toronto, I was shocked, there was
    hardly any bombing on the streets, you really had to
    know where to look for it, I did a big marker tag in
    an alley there and it was still there 4 years later,
    now there is more bombing in Toronto, ever since Sight
    moved there from B.C.. Montreal needs more people
    doing pieces, I hope that no more people start
    painting freights, the less the better. Having kids
    running around yards, painting over the numbers on the
    trains, will just ruin it for the people who are
    serious about it.


    Do MTL need more legal walls and events?

    Yes, I think there could be more legal walls but if
    that&#39;s all that people are going to do, then that&#39;s
    sad. If somebody comes up and just paints legally from
    the start then that&#39;s wrong. You have to be out there,
    in the dark, looking over your shoulder. People need
    to experience that, it&#39;s a rush.


    Who is the king?

    There are some good piecers in Montreal but the person
    who gets the most respect is Sake, even though he
    hasn&#39;t done much lately, his stuff is clean, it&#39;s in
    visible spots and he&#39;s up alot. &#39;Other&#39; doesn&#39;t paint
    much on the streets but he does alot of freights, he
    truely is an artist, he&#39;s been painting for many
    years, starting in Ottawa, the Toronto, then Vancouver
    and finally Montreal.


    Thank you Flow.

    Interview by Johste @ 2003

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    jai casser la geule a renks lanne passer au cegep ahuntsik,,, ste droel mai bon.

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    taurais du voir kan jai cassé fifty et young buck en meme temps lannée passée gee stai fou la...tellement fou ke the game et ses tits amis se sont poussé en courant tellement ke jsuis thug et kil on eu peur


    fuck
    gGGgGgGgGgGggGg-UnIt

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    lucky t surment pas le premier qui tappe renks :P
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    Originally posted by Mista Jostah@Apr 26 2005, 05:39 PM
    En fouillant sur mon ordi, j&#39;ai retrouvé une interview que j&#39;avais réalisé par e-mail avec Flow. Je me suis dis qu&#39;il pourrait être intéressant pour vous jeunes vierges de lire ce que cet artiste pense du graff.
    Alors instruisez-vous ici :

    - Yo whuts up, state your name and crews :
    I write Flow, my crews are T.A. and KWOTA.


    When your art begin?

    I started in March 1993.


    Why you start graffiti?

    Well, after fooling around with it when I was young, I
    started to see it in hip hop videos in the late 80&#39;s
    but mostly early 90&#39;s. I took a trip to NYC in &#39;91 and
    that got me re-interested in it. So, after a couple of
    more trips down to NYC, I decided to try to start
    doing graffiti myself. When I started, I didn&#39;t know
    anybody who did it, there was no internet and barely
    any magazines. Ahhh, those were the days&#33;


    How was the MTL graff scene when you first started?

    Small, the main graffiti area was the Plateau, the
    &#39;wall of fame&#39; was the 2 walls at Fletcher&#39;s Field, on
    Parc at Rachel. The writers that I remember seeing
    were Sike, Santi, Soak, Mersh, Maink, Jam, East and
    Jest. Other than that, there was Zep, Zilon and
    political graffiti.


    Do you think the graff scene evolve in MTL?

    I don&#39;t know, it depends on where graffiti is going to
    go from here, probably more towards an &#39;artsy&#39;
    direction. I think the scene has pretty much reached
    it&#39;s maximum point. There will be more
    people piecing than now and there will be some
    artistic bombing, stencils, posters and all that…


    What’s your favorite surface?

    Trains, definetly freight trains. The reason that I
    haven&#39;t done any walls inside people&#39;s houses is
    because they will see it everyday and see any lines
    that are not perfect. Plus, they&#39;ll get tired of it.
    With a train, you paint it and then it leaves, usually
    you don&#39;t know where it&#39;s going to go, it could end up
    in Jonquiere, it could end up in San Diego. With
    trains, there are alot of surfaces waiting to be
    painted. When you&#39;re sitting at a railroad crossing
    and a long freight train is going by, it&#39;s boring
    watching 50 red/brown CN boxcars passing, a nice flash
    of color is exciting.


    Do you like the « bombing part » of graffiti?

    I never really tagged and if I did a throw-up, it was
    usually solidly filled. I prefered simple pieces to
    throw-ups. Bombing has it&#39;s place but it doesn&#39;t
    belong everywhere. Glass etch is evil, I know some
    people who own small businesses that have been hit by
    etch, I hate it.


    You are north american reknown for your freight trains, what’s a freight artist?

    If somebody is a true freight writer, he understands,
    respects and loves trains. Alot of freight writers are
    &#39;railfans&#39;, they collect train stuff, read train
    magazines and know about the railroads.


    How do you see MTL when you look at Toronto or Vancouver?

    Montreal is reknowned for it&#39;s bombing. When I first
    started visiting Toronto, I was shocked, there was
    hardly any bombing on the streets, you really had to
    know where to look for it, I did a big marker tag in
    an alley there and it was still there 4 years later,
    now there is more bombing in Toronto, ever since Sight
    moved there from B.C.. Montreal needs more people
    doing pieces, I hope that no more people start
    painting freights, the less the better. Having kids
    running around yards, painting over the numbers on the
    trains, will just ruin it for the people who are
    serious about it.


    Do MTL need more legal walls and events?

    Yes, I think there could be more legal walls but if
    that&#39;s all that people are going to do, then that&#39;s
    sad. If somebody comes up and just paints legally from
    the start then that&#39;s wrong. You have to be out there,
    in the dark, looking over your shoulder. People need
    to experience that, it&#39;s a rush.


    Who is the king?

    There are some good piecers in Montreal but the person
    who gets the most respect is Sake, even though he
    hasn&#39;t done much lately, his stuff is clean, it&#39;s in
    visible spots and he&#39;s up alot. &#39;Other&#39; doesn&#39;t paint
    much on the streets but he does alot of freights, he
    truely is an artist, he&#39;s been painting for many
    years, starting in Ottawa, the Toronto, then Vancouver
    and finally Montreal.


    Thank you Flow.

    Interview by Johste @ 2003
    nice but your english need work good none the less.
    R.I.P SLY
    (?)

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    why do you have to quote the whole fuckin conversation


    damn

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    Originally posted by Whoa@Apr 26 2005, 07:50 PM
    why do you have to quote the whole fuckin conversation


    damn
    suck my dick hard.
    R.I.P SLY
    (?)

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    whoa ... ya raison...

    s&#39;ki me faire le plus rire c sake + ottawa = start ... lol
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  16. #1356

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    moi aussi jtrouve ke whoa ya raison
    pis saver vous ke jean claude vandam ye capable de descendre ak un ptit gun pis une fille a motier morte dans ses main 7 gars ganrs dans une van ki on des douze pis des gaers dans rue et des gars en motocross
    damn lui stun real fighter

  17. #1357

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    coment ca CRLN3S je sui pa le premeir a avoi taper renks ahahah

  18. #1358

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    il es comik elp suce des bites

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    LUCKY paske tlm a dja tapper renks :P
    meme c ami :P t pas le premier que me dis sa....

    j&#39;ai vue un videoclip du debut dans le temps ou sehor et mozaik commencais a rapper... et sehor tappe renks en arriere.. pis c son ami... imagine..
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  20. #1360

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    pas mal cool l interview... mais assez de parlage ici cest des flix
    juste des filx..... Si vous voulez parler aller dans le tread disccusion yen a plein sujet la-dedans... go out and paint....


 

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