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Uncapped: The Great Debate of Street Art vs. Graffiti [INTERVIEW]

Last modified May 16, 2018 at 2:13 pm

BBU’ers. How’s it going? Figured it was time for a debate with someone other than myself on the topic of Street Art vs. Graffiti. When the most prolific train-era bombers and wall-writers are boothing it up at art fairs or stacking Gs in galleries, is graffiti dead? I had to know. So, I gathered a […]

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Uncapped: Beneath the Paint with AMUZE

Last modified July 27, 2015 at 4:42 pm

Graffiti can be traced back to Ancient Egypt. Making the above piece entirely too apropos. Once a week, our new “Uncapped” feature will focus on graffiti artists who are following in the footstpes of the fore-fathers like Kilroy (1940s), Bird (1950s), Cornbread and Kool Earl (1960s) moving right along to the NY Subway Train Reign (yeah, […]

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