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.______ SCRIBES _______.

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Scratchitti or Scribes is a style of graffiti, which is created by scratching or etching a tag into an object. Usually scribes can be created by using keys, knifes, stones or ceramic drill bits. Scribes are difficult to remove since they are permanent scars made on the surfaces.

 

.......mirrors,, glass windows,, your moms face... yadayada......post up ....

 

 

 

 

 

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YOU LEFT ME JUST THE PIECES,

WITHOUT A BLUE PRINT FOUND

HOW AM I TO BUILD THIS JESUS?

I WILL END UP WITH A CLOWN.

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scribes are probably my favorite type of graffiti. its noting like walking into a bathroom or gas station and seeing someones name carved into the mirror from lke the 90's or even late 80's in some case. its pure destruction, i love it.

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There was a type of scribe my crew made in the 90's and their use never really spread out.

Seeing some of those multi stroke hits above reminds me of them.

 

Someone make some of these and carry it on !! They write so much smoother than normal scribes.

 

We would take the round Dremel sander tips ... fill them with hot glue so they don't collapse when pressed on. They dominate any surface ... like using an ultra wide compared to a sharpie.

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