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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by Aero, May 5, 2004.
Lol you deffs cut that. It's okay. No body cares, looks good. Nice work
some better pics
allright just so everyone is clear on my comment, yeah dude i would put esar on meks level. the same level fore a different style of graff. meks is complete flawless structure, big colour co-ordinated productions with detailed characters. dope. top notch shit right? esar is spontanious, original as it gets, and the quantity is unbelievable. i went thru the pages counting his pieces one day. i think there was 13 on one page once, all maaaad burners. so yes esar and meks, same level, different styles. maaad respect to both. some old pics for the talk. me and my homie doin crew pieces, i did the letter structures and fills, he did the backgrounds first time using internet paint REAL TALK
might aswell throw in my piece/ the whole wall
dope shit nigguh
but where the pics of whats to the right i wonna see them shit to
scrap can left over
Saturday Sprays in Liverpool with some of the crew.
Iceman x Hope
Dstak x Iceman
Iceman x Dstak
Add on Facebook, thanks guys.
Thanks again Wolfgang! Some of them actually were labelled with tags, but not all of them. To actually contribute something positive to this forum I will post one of my favourite pieces of the same wall. On this I would only wonder, if you recognize the character, is it taken from a comic/cartoon or self-invented?
There is a similar character in the book "Subway Art" on page 28 and it's in black instead of green. Are crews organized internationally? Cheers!
"I'm totally not a cop. Now excuse me while I politely ask questions that sound like I'm tracking down and collecting info about specific writers based on the legal spots I have photos of! What are their names? What are their crew names? Why have I seen their stuff all over the city? Where else can I find them? And later on, I'll be asking if you know if them and where I can meet them. Because I'm definitely not a cop."
writers will paint at chill spots or legal spots but also paint illegally and the character is no ones specifically, it has expanded to anyne in the graffiti universe who wants to use it
Guys Im just a toy and stuff, but a lot of you guys are so talented here, like Ironlak could make video of ya
Everyone starts at the bottom, you just gotta put in the hours to get to their levels
Years, even decades.
ROKE Graffiti Chicago 1996 - 2002
The good 'ol days. Chicago is a great town to paint. I started writing CYBER too and pieces of CYBEROKE. I miss it. Now I do some legal walls only
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