Below is a list we put together of the most viewed interviews of 2019.
” Also trying color schemes that are out of your comfort zone. I have some friends that haven’t used black in any of their pieces for years because they wanted to push themselves to try other color combos and black outlines were restricting them from thinking outside the box.” -ITSE
” I have always traveled and I have always been a writer, so catching tags and hitting spots is always part of my travel itinerary.” -CISCO
“I laugh!! Hella loud sitting in this local bar w/ Funr.No such thing as balance! I’m walking on a tight rope every day. day in the life of style…” -STYLE
” I draw on a daily basis. Hours and hours a day of letters, color schemes, and different concepts. I’m in love with letters, not just my five. All these people that do their letters, it’s dope, but can they do ALL the letters.” -AREST
” The answers to questions that took us years to figure out are all just an easy Google-search away with no personal investment of time, thought or effort. The convenience of the internet and ease of information has in some ways cheated recent generations out of the rewarding process of discovery that I and older writers had the benefit of experiencing. ” -GESER 3A
” I don’t listen to music while I paint, graffiti is illegal where I’m from. you gotta stay on point for the cops. I do tend to listen to metal to get pumped while pregaming. ” -KICKONE
” One word- DISCIPLINE… Slacking off is so easy when working for yourself if you’re not careful. Define a daily routine and follow it the same way as if you were reporting to a job. ” – VERS
“Everything happened by itself, the same people are the ones who put labels on what kind of art you make, but inside you only know where you belong. If people like what you do they will always want it, legal or illegal. ” -SOLVER
” For me, traveling is one of my favorite parts of graff. Since I was younger I’ve really enjoyed getting in my car and just taking off, spraying in new cities I’ve never been too, linking with folks, finding new spots, just good times in general that make for great stories and memories over the years. ” – JUNCTION
” My letters are always straight letters, I enjoy that structure. In general, Minneapolis graffiti is not overly flashy or overly technical, it’s primarily solid fundamentals and nice bars. There’s a lot of straight letters and funky straight letters, but it’s pretty much always legible. It’s just solid graffiti. “
Big ups to all the writers who gave us interviews this year. To see more writer interviews click here.