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THE MASTER GRAFFITI THREAD - post ALL graffiti-related comments here.
Based on how many people came out of the woodwork for Bobby Hundreds hardcore thread, i was kinda curious how many people on Superfuture came out of the graffiti scene. Seems like half the graphic designers I meet these days started as writers, which probably makes sense since both are about letter form and communicating a message. Also seeing as how graffiti has played such a large role in "street art", as well as fashion, how many people here we're actually caught up with it at some point.
Another interesting thing to debate is where is graffiti culture going? Seems like graff was getting a lot more hype in the 90's when kids in the Bronx we're doing block long murals with kids from Europe and there were at least a dozen graff mags out. I don't doubt that it's much bigger these days when you consider that there's actually paint companies that cater to writers specifically, and how related scenes and industries have grown so huge in the last 5 or so years. It just seems like graffiti is still sort of flying under the radar which is kind of weird when at the same time there's been a street art explosion. Does anyone see graffiti legitimizing itself over time the way skating has, and turn into an industry unto itself?
Anyhow, just curious where people's opinions lie if they have one.
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Since we've been getting tons of small, insignificant questions that don't need their own threads, here is a thread where they can all go.
1) DO NOT SHIT UP THIS THREAD. This is not a supertrash thread. Unnecessary, stupid replies will be deleted. Offenders may be temp banned depending on my mood.
2) DON'T POST UNLESS YOU ARE ASKING A QUESTION OR ANSWERING ONE!
3) DO NOT BE A JERK OR AN ASS OR BE SNIDE OR SARCASTIC! This thread is for all those dumb little questions that don't need their own threads, so don't come in here if you don't want to read them!
4) This is for small/dumb/personal questions. IE: "What should I buy next? What is starch? How do I shrink my jeans? What is STF? What is sanforization? What is my waist size? What inseam do I get? What is hemming?" etc. etc. etc.
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