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  1. Same for us. When we were interviewing the chemist for krylon we got to talking about a bunch of things. For one reason or another we decided to ask about UFB. When we heard his response we went crazy. It was one of the biggest highlights of the book for us. Something so simple, yet so nerdy! Thanks for the support!
  2. Currently sold out. If you were lucky enough to get a copy of Two Decades of Digging, what was your favorite section?
  3. High priced for the US, but I know it was a bitch for him to get them across the pond full. Probably a good deal and one of the only people to sell cans from the US over there.
  4. We're honored to contribute cans to the Museum Of Graffiti giving historical context to spray paint and its significance in graffiti culture and beyond. "Collections allow us to relive treasured memories again and again through tangible artifacts. To some they are trophies; to others specifics pertaining to brand and color of vintage spray paint cans hold profound meaning. It starts with a single can but inevitably the scope widens, as do the displays, which require constant rearranging. And whether obsessively displayed, or thrown together randomly, we love it all. There are so many differences and quirks, not just between companies but regionally, nationally, and, of course, globally. Whether Red Devil on the East Coast, Touché out west, Smoothrite across the pond, or Tuxan shoe spray down under. Every time we study cans side by side we always learn something new. Cheers to the collectors! We have become the museums of a culture." - Cap Matches Color
  5. 2002, this is probably lost somewhere in this thread. The original vault!
  6. Capdorigine looking good. One of the best to do it in Europe for sure. Can't wait till you drop all your gems on us. The store photo did not show up btw....
  7. The things you find when digging through old pics. This was posted somewhere on this thread awhile ago. Unfortunatley the display has been lost in the Hoard, I havent seen it in years, and have no clue what I did with it... Found these around early 2000. The display came from the shelf of an old PA hardware store. When I asked if they had paint they said no, but their main store might. A 15 min drive to their other location and I yeilded these two cans along with several NOS cases of Sheffield grenades and other random bits. Still stop in to the store, and always find something interesting when I pick around.
  8. I took this pick July 2001 and a little over a month later I posted it on here. The first pic, hard to think that was 18years ago...
  9. Havent posted on here in a while. Didn't know I could just upload, no need to host them anymore....
  10. Those olympic rustoleum cans are great. They don't pop up to often. Red White Black and Silver are the colors I have seen them in.
  11. Those premium decor cans are pretty good. Sprays very similar to old krylon with a slightly different valve.
  12. What can were you using it on. Every can will react different with every brand. Pressure, Valve, Paint are all factors that may make a cap react different. Our CMC Wally cans work best on old valve krylon, and low pressure "Fancy" paints. Every brand will produce differen t results.
  13. Great to see this thread back up and running, there is a wealth of knowledge in here. Need to go wake up my flickr account!
  14. https://www.facebook.com/groups/184663565210633/ We started up this page for buying, selling and trading. Check it out!
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