interview with the buff monster

Leta€™s face it: if street credit and making a name is all youa€™re after, then you might as well be angling for a job at Aeropostle or Nike. Graffiti art revolves around the passion and love of the art form itself, or there would be no artists going out everyday into streets all around the world spraying or painting their imaginations in abandoned lots and on the sides of railway trains and bridges. Graffiti is temporary and the artists get that. What makes graffiti great is its lack of conformity to the mainstream and its freedom of ideas and art. It cana€™t be bought or sold and therefore always remains in the realm of underground counter-culture. It is free to whoever chooses to look.

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Posted: March 4th, 2007
at 12:18am by Koookiecrumbles


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