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  1. more crappy flicks this is racist but still funny crowd pleaser ("yaahh, d30!!!!") wow holy shit these are wwwway too big the war on terror is clownin http://shahamat-english.com/ http://shahamat-english.com/ vs http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natolive/index.htm http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natolive/index.htm its funny in 2013 it's all about whose got a prettier website and more friends on twitter https://twitter.com/alemarahweb https://twitter.com/NATO
  2. Without a doubt Tyvek and Densglass are nationwide untouchable kings of graffiti. I don't think most of you can appreciate the square feet and the amount of people who see these two every single day all day. BOOM In every city. This might go over some people's heads but this is real graffiti, realer than your favorite writer. Tyvek and Densglass are actually symbolic of not just extreme dominance of visual space and crushing square footage numbers and eyes-on time (the most of any symbols in human history and that's not a joke). Have you ever thought about graffiti as more than just words, but also objects? "Tyvek" is a symbol for a crew that makes everything you never think about but see every single day. This crew is richer than you could possibly imagine. Amongst some of the things they make which you see and use every day: plastic dashboard in your car, the spacey-patterned bus seat covers, your carpet and everyone else's carpet, the foam in the booths at restaurants, the fibers in your mattress and the bullet-proof glass between you and the teller at the bank. This being a small fraction of the things this crew fills the earth with. Packing peanuts also. This may not be how you are used to thinking about graffiti but this is inevitably where those ideas and urges to write your name over and over again go. Because, to reiterate, these people do in fact have the most surface covered with their word in addition to making up the objects that in turn full up your daily life. So it's not an either-or, true kings will inevitably do both and Tyvek and Densglass are true kings. Look around the room, and something - and it won't be labelled - comes from these people behind "Tyvek". Like your Bic lighter. In your city, "Tyvek Tyvek Tyvek Tyvek Tyvek Tyvek". These people are very influential and stylish, they are in fact doing the most. Post your Tyvek and Densglass pictures!
  3. hm okay well your way more the god of graffiti than dontlookback lol.... but im still not convinced two more questions when does the trend of "'non-graffiti' graffiti" like whoever writes @ballardbuffer over the ballard buffer, homeless diary entries on bus stops, "NO MORE SHARE" w/ a swastika and a star of david, this kinda stuff etc when does that fad go away? and how do u know IM not just another one of your screennames
  4. fullblownaids are you the god of graffiti? can you tell me why black sharpie graffiti is on the rise?
  5. ^ yeah no 100s of people didn't just start looking at 12oz 24/7 ya cluck they're marketing/spam/information bots this is common sense but its worth repeating a system is only as strong as how much it can see (so imagine what every officer can see in person at any moment, + what people on the street see and call in, cameras etc as a complete picture) and if that system doesn't see you (so like no cop saw you do anything and no citizen saw it/called 911 etc) then it can't respond and it is literally impossible that you get caught. obviously its not always gonna be like nobody saw you but the best way to reduce risk period is trying to make sure they don't or that you aren't what they saw. likewise law enforcement LITERALLY has no information other about graffiti than what they can find on the internet, put together themselves from being out on the streets, and what they can get people to tell them in person. if you're not smarter than them give up
  6. Wow 239 guests looking at this thread... Huh that's pretty remarkable considering how active it is. And that every other thread now always has 200+ guests. Hmmmmmmm I guess there's been a surge of interest in looking at graffiti on 12oz or something
  7. got a $5 with a 2diefor btm pen tag at work today... it went back into circulation two minutes later so I guess that shit works. simple idea cool to see it in action
  8. stole this guys up actually all over the place in real life its nuts
  9. wtfuck u talmbout dog your wrong no disrespect to aerub but thats outta pocket... are you serious
  10. ^ wtf i thought dude was posing in a reflection of a window tag but no its really a tagged up arcteryx thats too fucked up for me but if you really got em like that then sheeeit
  11. haaahahahaha nooo your trollin you tagged that as hood? GANGSTA? humble yourself sir you've got to be kidding me
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