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RAYZA
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Re: RE: Post pics of Graffiti 2017/06/28 04:16:46 (permalink)
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Was a bit of a breath taker the first time i saw that. Serious piece.
 
I'll up a few of my recent favorite finds later.
 
Anyone else old enough to remember the days of only being able to network through jams and swapping photos of new local stuff via post with other writers around the world/UK? The envelopes always decked out with an outline or just bombed  Swapping outlines as well. Nice days.
 
With the internet it's become so easy to build a massive collection it's amazing, but honestly i can't help but feel it also killed a big chunk of that magic. My eyes aren't complaining though.
 
If anyone wants me to up my digital collection for download let me know. If anyone else can be bothered to i'd be up for seeing what you've got.
 
@Winston, Always loved Zombys hand style 
 
 
 




That's sick. Really looked like a model at first.
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Re: RE: Post pics of Graffiti 2017/06/28 05:06:55 (permalink)
Leer0y
Probably Nema or one of them south coast bumpkins, great reading though. I'm old enough to remember when London graffiti had a real edge, a far cry from the current scene of artfag hipster writers.


Nema still smashes whole cars on the regs though, and most of those London writers have flopped.
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Re: RE: Post pics of Graffiti 2017/06/28 07:49:38 (permalink)
dimdum
Where's the best places in London to see lots of big pieces of graff and street art? Been loving them around Europe lately but I can't think of dedicated areas except maybe Brick Lane.


Hackney Wick has a lot
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Re: RE: Post pics of Graffiti 2017/06/30 19:51:09 (permalink)
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Leer0y
Probably Nema or one of them south coast bumpkins, great reading though. I'm old enough to remember when London graffiti had a real edge, a far cry from the current scene of artfag hipster writers.


Nema still smashes whole cars on the regs though, and most of those London writers have flopped.


That's no easy task in england. Nema's probably one of the most hardcore writers in the UK.
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Re: RE: Post pics of Graffiti 2017/10/03 08:01:18 (permalink)
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Re: RE: Post pics of Graffiti 2017/10/03 09:53:22 (permalink)
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I really like this, very creative use 
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Re: RE: Post pics of Graffiti 2017/10/03 10:35:26 (permalink)
Can't find the .jpg link but this is well worth a look.
 
https://www.instagram.com/p/BX71HRilGte/?taken-by=earlfunk
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Re: RE: Post pics of Graffiti 2017/10/03 10:40:53 (permalink)
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dimdum
Where's the best places in London to see lots of big pieces of graff and street art? Been loving them around Europe lately but I can't think of dedicated areas except maybe Brick Lane.


Hackney Wick has a lot


Cheers. Will do. Going to check out Penge too which has a lot

Leake Street is cool too
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