You got to love the social expose YouTube provides as a medium for people to open up themselves to the world. Especially for Hip Hop culture. I lurk on it every couple of days to find who is posting the latest dopeness in the world of Graff Writing!
Graff Writers, wild style, bombing, tagging, throw ups, burners, galleries, styles, spray can art, freight trains, subways, handball courts, penits, street art, stencils, wheat pastes, stickers, decals, clothing, graffiti history, battles, crews, and tournaments.
If you want to represent the real Hip Hop, you got to rock a Graffed-Out Denim Jacket. There ain’t nothing like a jacket with def colors and wild style funk! As a matter of fact you can burn your jeans, your hats, and your kicks, too, if you fiend for the over-kill! But let’s talk about the jacket. If you have some painting skills, or the patience to get some, let’s see if we can lead you in the right direction.
A true Graff Writer is an artist masked by the alter ego of a character-empowered pseudonym. They live and run for the thrill seeking life of blazing their identity to the world with the same prime-time energy as a sign in Times Square. They deliver their craft as harbingers, poets, messengers, apostles, activists, visionaries, prophets, shock jocks, romantics, and editorialists. No matter what they create, where they bomb, or how they burn their hieroglyphics, Graff Writers ultimately prize the game in the name of fame.
When Hip Hop thrived in the late 80′s, everything at that time seemed to be good. The art form was loved, appreciated and most importantly getting respected. I’m not so sure about you, but in my opinion, something always seems to be left out or left behind or even left alone. The DJs were bringing it, the Emcees were flowing it, the B-Boys were rocking it and the Graffiti Artists were…