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BEZ --- Rotterdam

Discussion in 'Brick Slayers' started by imported_Tesseract, Oct 27, 2001.

  1. http://flexagon.freeservers.com/images/1bez.jpg'>
    I always thought of BEZ as a writer dedicated to style in a non fancy way.
  2. ZackAttack

    ZackAttack Senior Member

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  3. ASER1NE

    ASER1NE Veteran Member

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  4. Organ Donor

    Organ Donor Elite Member

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    looks like euro wildstyle and hurts my head. i like the second to last one though, the proportions make sense to me for some reason, unlike the rest.
  5. I wouldnt call it wildstyle...but thats relative.I dont know how you feel about Europe but its all about good or bad writers to me.
    As far as for the productions,when i say "in a non fancy way" thats what i mean.
    See how nothing is forced to become something more than it is?
    I understand/respect that above all its a matter of taste.
    But those pieces are 100% graffiti.No more no less
    Give some respect.
  6. T.T Boy

    T.T Boy Dirty Dozen Crew

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    its painted well, but i dont feel it. if he would do some dope simple letters id feel him alot more.
  7. blahblahblah

    blahblahblah Veteran Member

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    actually i say it's 30% graffiti and 70% filler
  8. BullFROG

    BullFROG Member

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  9. mizx

    mizx New Jack

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    "its GRREEEAAATTT!!", tony the tiger
  10. KRAUT

    KRAUT Junior Member

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    Hm I dunno...I like the impression of the pieces as a whole in the first moment I look at them but the letters as such don't make no sense. I think everybody could do them like that except the technique they're done with:eek:
  11. Kraut

    I disagree, his style is very developed if you ask me.I can understand your comment in a way.But honestly i think that if someone settles(sp?)
    down with the fact that these pieces were not made to be pretty he can see what i am talking about.
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    Bevis Member

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    Bevis Member

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