I Was A Graffiti Artist In My Youth

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    My Grafffiti Experience

    This is not a long story, I have one of those to post too. But as much as I like the cool characters and the techniques in graffiti It was a dangerous waste of time. Alot of my friends died because it became more about gangs and the things that people think aren't associated...
    Richard79Florida Richard79Florida
    36-40, M
    Sep 8, 2013

    I am a artist think what you wish about me

    but I am just trying to get noticed. Soon you will see my tag everywhere and my art in major cities like king robbo.
    Omegawolf11 Omegawolf11
    18-21, M
    May 29, 2015

    Society Hates It But It Is A Sub Culture And A Movement That Won't Subside

    each new generation takes it up I think when I got old enough to face possible jail time that made me reconsider my actions. I still look back on it not with shame but it was part of me growing up I know it was property damage and people wanted to kill me for it and it cost money...
    Soroe Soroe
    41-45, M
    1 Response Aug 2, 2013

    LA Tagging 1990's

    I think 80% of writers just stole a name they liked, before they were in a crew.. There were litterally 100,000 or more graffiti artist/writers in Los Angeles in the early 1990's when I came up. My first name was Skytzo, stolen from my cousin's Punk Band. I didn't even understand...
    Richard79Florida Richard79Florida
    36-40, M
    Sep 8, 2013
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