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Painted 2 tarps ($6.00 total from Ollies) producing a 4 foot by 16 foot block letter. Used a little over 1 can of chrome. Went to a corner where pulling something like this off might not be that easy and just zip tied it over their existing fence tarps. Closing in on a month later and it's still riding. Feel free to use this method if you like.


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Block letter i did on the regional rail lines north of 30th street station. While I did go over one of the multiple Skrew outlines it wasn't for any other reason than the rulebook says, and I quote "Filled in Block Letters go over Throw Ups and Outlines!" Ok, there is no actual  rulebook and I'm only quoting my thoughts, but I think we all know that this is a justified space grab situation considering the age and condition of the "outline only" Skrew piece.


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Piece by art museum in Philadelphia alongside 76. I actually shared this wall with BOOG who killed it to the left of me. FUNNY FACT: BOOG TKU hit me up around 1am and all I had was white, green, black and orange. can't believe I pulled off what i consider an acceptable piece considering what I had to work with. One of those rare instances in graff where a piece actually turned out better than you thought it would.


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