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Discussion in 'Art & Design' started by Manifesto, Nov 19, 2004.

  1. Manifesto

    Manifesto Junior Member

    Joined: Sep 1, 2003 Messages: 227 Likes Received: 0
    repost?
    taken from www.woostercollective.com
    and www.enrager.net/hosted/arofish/

    anyway, so this dude went out there to paint.
    when asked how wasy was it to get across into "war territory"?

    "Getting into Iraq was, as we say this side of the pond, a piece of piss (i.e. easily accomplished). For all the blather about security, the war on terrrrrrrrr, the patriot act at your end, the increase in police powers and surveillance at mine, etc (all the bullshit on our homeland(s), in short) - for 12 dollars and a night bus you can go from Amman to Baghdad with minimum fuss. Roadside bombs and kidnappings permitting. That was the way it was a few months ago anyway. Didn't even get my bag searched at the border. There were one or two little hiches with local security (namely the U.S. army and the Iraqi police) when I was caught graffing though. Funny - with all that noise, who cares about my little bit of "bombing"? Anyway if you've got the time, read the stories that go with the pics on the site."

    Family Portrait North Bank, River Tigris, Baghdad

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    The Marlboro Kids Communications Tower, Rashid, Baghdad

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    check out the site.
    he has more descriptions about his work, and where he did it.
     
  2. panic

    panic Member

    Joined: Apr 12, 2003 Messages: 459 Likes Received: 0
    I was on bombingsceince and one dude posted this guys link
    im at work, so naturally i read the whole thing.
    very cool, very cool.
     
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