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  1. Some pictures from the master piece era during the early to mid 1970's. Here are a few examples of some trains that RIFF 170 had painted during the 70's. It was hard not to be blown away by the concepts and next level work by RIFF when it rolled by.
  2. RIFF 170 painting a STAY HIGH 149 tag in 2019. This was at the RAY-B 954 and STAN 153 wall in NYC. This was a real treat for everyone to watch RIFF do a few tags on the wall. Some of us at the jam knew this moment needed to be recorded as RIFF wasn't really painting at this point in time. VID_20190928_174626.mp4
  3. RIFF 170 coming back in 2020 and painting two walls. RIFF 170 stopped painting in 1976 and has only painted a handful of times in the 80's and late 90's. It looks like he didn't lose the magic touch and never stopped painting since 1976. Wait until RIFF 170 comes back with his famous mechanical style on the walls. 2020 was a big year for seeing a real old school Boogie down pioneer getting back up on the walls. NYC old timers jam hosted in PHILLY by SANK 1 and BABY ROCK 137. Wall from NYC
  4. PHASE 2 doing a BOY 170 tribute from 2000. BOY 170 was one of the many names that RIFF 170 use to write during the 70's. Always something to see one pioneer go out for another.
  5. Here are a few vintage drawings by RIFF 170. These drawings are from the early 70's to mid 80's. From RIFF's master pieces, characters and tags you can see why he is an early 70's style writing pioneer from NYC.
  6. The classic SOLID BOT DON RIFF car was done in 1976. It was in memory of BOT 707's brother SOLID 1 who has passed away.
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