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Guest BROWNer

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Guest BROWNer

sorry, i have no flicks to start this off, maybe sonik or raven

could throw some examples up..............········¨¨···········,

despite the pages dedicated to explaining picheçao and certain picheadores in the

the 12ozbrazil issue, for me it left much to be desired in terms of photographic

examples... .....¨…; ,

so if anyone has picheçao photos, please share.··,

if i find any i'll post them up too..

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Guest imported_Tesseract

do you have an explanation for that 'n' line going bellow the point where all letters step on?

only in the word pichenao?

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Guest BROWNer

okay i don't want to sidetrack the intent of the thread here,

but this might interest some people.......

a little autobiographical shizzy from 'one of america's coolest and

innovative writers'–––––sonik.

http://www.geocities.com/defefx/Sonik.html

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Hey,

 

Pixação (pronounced pee-shah-sow) is the word. I think for visual input you should go to lost.art.br they have lots there. The homies who run the site ask that you go there to the site to view them and not just post them here though. It's without a doubt the best Brazilian graff site out there and it should keep your interest for miles. There is a lot more that I'd like to learn about the stuff so I'll come back to this thread someday soon.

 

The little squiggly under the c is called a circumflex and it gives the letter a "ce" sound like in the word "hence."

 

Sonik

One of the Coolest.

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growing up in sao paulo, brasil i was around a lot of this....sure i was only in like 4th grade but i remember me and this one kid used to draw tags on eachothers notebooks in the pichacao style, so maybe that's where my infatuation with writing got started.....and i had no idea

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