hit locals up on flickr
hit locals up on flickr
Last edited by Walt; 05-22-2012 at 05:49 PM.
walk around a lot or try going to main spots ive seen writers here n there at main spots painting n i went to talk to em. even going to graff stores
I had a friend that wasn't a tagger and i was opposite . In school i was always in the building doing nothing . So i asked my friend one day ( hes not a writer but kicks it with them ) what do they do and he just said sit and talk about shit . Then cause i looked like a little tagger i tagged along and yea then later found out 11-15 of them write . Now i kick it with them everyday
Step 1. Go out to a graff heat spot.
Step 2. Say hi.
JUST BOMB IT.
go to a graff shop.
I sever heads, just to sharpen my skills
one way is to go over a tag (nothin more than that) and to get a small beef going and meet them
Ask bums ive tried that it works
I met one guy, but he was on the other side of a fence, and just stopped talking and left suddenly...
Other then that I have met stencilers like no tomorrow....
i want some people to run with in mtl I'm a decent beginner artist hit me up if anyone wants
ive met alot of writers at skate parks and hookah bars
wear a hello my name is sticker with your graff name on you at all times eventually youll get spotted by som writers and they will give you free paint for being so r4d
always write near there tags eventually you will find them
Hahaha.. Christ.. Just get better and go paint.. Make them wanna find you.
What makes you a real writer?
Never doin' the same style twice.
anyone in warren county, va area?
I met a writer at an uppity art store, believe it or not. He worked in the basement and had long ass dreads. His wife was like the manager or something. He doesn't really talk to me any more though, he's like 30. And I think he's having a kid. Also one of his friends came through one time but he didn't wanna sign my black book, i guess cuz he was with his kids.
a true Philly King
Ive met a couple legends but i havent met many active writers, i met Spin 183 at a laundrymat in nyc, and i met Skeme , (yes the one from style wars who argues with his mom,) i met him on the train... Heres my advice : whenever you ee somebody wearing a hat with graffiti on it, ask them where they got it, theyre usually writers who made it themsleves
Swine One N.S.E
"Hard work beats talent when talent doesnt work hard "
Met many greats. It's humbling to meet legends.
Best way is to go to your local graff shop or any where that sells paint.
Here in philly, there are writers blocks and everyone comes together and does books and chills. It's a great atmosphere for a young writer.
find people who do spots near you, and message em
obvious mental insanity zone
one must insure zen
Last edited by Brown679; 08-04-2012 at 03:35 AM.