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tbh lads nothing is guna change on this page.... bebo is shite n me n conso are never on it... page was good but got infested wit toys... dont get me rong i dont mind toys but not when there shitin on actin the big man like little E-THUGS when u should be out paintin n just go on this to appreciate the good shit... not lookin to argue over it just sayin like... neways i will leave the page up just so ppl can look through the thousands of flics that are on here all mainly done by conso himself and chat away as use do... so dont be goin on wreckin my head bout putin stuff up cus its not worth it at this stage...
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You suck until further notice
It's gonna take a long time before we even acknowledge your existence, even longer before we can bear to look at that foul scribble you call your name. To speed the process of acceptance, you can A) Choose a clever name that defies the norm of simple-minded slang. An example of a good name is "ARGUE" (RIP). It looks good when written, sounds cool when spoken, and conveys a combattive attitude. On the other hand, "ENEMA" (actual name) looks, sounds, and conveys a shitty attitude. BE CHOOSY. B ) Use paint, gain a thorough knowledge of supplies, remember that permission walls, stickers, and dust tags are small parts of a balanced diet, be bold, learn a style of writing for every occassion,and write your name bigger every time you go out.
Jealousy is a disease for the weak
Your heart is your greatest possession, dont let it get taken from you.
Dont write on houses of worship, people's houses in general, other
writer's names, and tombstones. Writing on memorial walls and cars is beef beyond belief. Furthermore, involving civilians in your beef is grounds for dismissal. These are are the five fingers of your right hand. Get to know them well. Give soul claps, firm handshakes, and throw smooth bolo punches.
Although being a toy seems undesirable, you should enjoy it while you can. At this stage you can bite all you want with no remorse. All your elders will say is, " Awww isn't that cute, kootchie kootchie koo." So steal that dope connection, rob that color scheme. and loot whole letterforms. Dont worry about giving any credit, we'll pat ourselves on the back and brag how we're influencing the next generation. However, style isnt a crutch or a schtick. It is understanding why that connection you bit flows, or why that color scheme bumps. Style is the process to an appealing end. Once you got it down to a science, you can reinvent letterforms to suit yourself. This creative growth will amaze the old and young alike. Pretty soon somebody will steal your secret sauce and the cycle will be renewed. If this happens to you, don't bitch about not getting your due. Graffiti is the language of the ignored. If your style is stolen, someone heard you speaking. You got what you wanted from the beginning, some attention, you big baby.
It must be noted that the vandal squad loves graffiti. Their job requires
them to fiend for graff as much as you do. When you wreck enough walls, they'll want to meet you. Just like the ball huggers outside the graff shop, they'll recite every spot you hit, with the difference being you'll also hear the Miranda Warning. To postpone this, go solo as much as possible. Dont write with anyone that wont fight for you. Don't be paranoid, but be careful. If you avoid writing on pristine properties, you'll stay in misdemeanor territory, and you wont divert the cops' attention from pastry and caffiene consumption (consult local laws to be sure). Remember, if they didn't see you do it, it's almost impossible for them to win a conviction without your own damming testimony. Shut up, shut up, SHUT UP! Giving a cop info on another writer will doom you to a life of ridicule, from cops and kids alike, with no parole.
There's nothing wrong with knowing your the shit as long as you are. But once you reach that conclusion, your one foot over the edge of falling off. Watch your step fathead, there's no shortage of people chanting, "JUMP JUMP JUMP!" There are plenty of writers that have been painting well for the better part of 20 years, and your posing and fronting looks retarded next to them. Get back to work, you "never was" slouch. In conclusion, graffiti is free, impresses the girls, is heroic in our couch potato culture, will provide you with a million stories to tell at parties, and a sure cure for the inner-city blues. If it's not fun, you're doing it wrong or have been doing it too long. So get going, fame awaits the fly among you.
7 Comments 211 weeks
Dudes have really lost touch with what it means to be a writer, now its as easy as pickin a semi decent name, pickin a cop out style like dirty euro, doing some sloppy pieces in the middle of no-where, and posting them on sites like 12oz,bebo and flickr, and many more popping up.. like its a new raise to fame, like its hardcore, no one knows its in the middle of no-where, but if you post 20 similar pics, your apparently going hard.. up all over nanna’s shed in stilorgan, thats what we’re aimin for these days, like its a daily ritual, you check these web pages to see who’s “up”, thats in quote’s cus the word has lost all meaning, whoever’s rockin the most post’s of they’re backers and they’re tag’s on the back of bus seats, that deserves props.. i must say, im impressed. Im not dropping names, but if i was to skim through the last few pages of twelve ounce, i can guarantee that if i went to Dublin the streets wouldnt profess these dudes, that they’re E-fame doesn’t reflect they’re actual fame,if thats what you wanna call it.
Alot of the new heads have no idea what its about, its a popularity contest now, and not in the original sense, its personal now, and not in the way it should be.. everyone know’s who’s who, im suprised people don’t know cisto’s ATM number, people seem to know where heads live, and say it all over the net, like its “the new goss” , whats that saying about graff like?..is it really just a faces game now?will magazines like WANTED and CANT STOP FANATICS, just become our version of OK and HELLO magazine?
And the phrase “going hard” is just thrown around so loose these days, no idea what going hard is, going hard is painting non stop, day n night, no compromising, its as simple as that, just NON FUCKIN STOP, just whackin up throw ups, tags, pieces, writing with anything you can..cus thats what this is, we’re WRITERS, we WRITE.. we don’t talk, we’re not speakers, so it should be mouth shut, it should be anonymous, let your letters talk for you, and if you don’t have the physical presence, go home.. you either write or you don’t, simple as.. you shouldn have to prove SHIT by posting away non stop, don’t try prove shit to anyone, your either up or your not, the standard for whats up is VERY,VERY,VERY low these days.. no one is being realistic, we’re a scene of bystanders, we just stepped back and watched grift take over, just like “wow, grift did this, grift did that” but how many of ye were up there with him? We just all stepped back n watched, now he’s gone we look like fools, grift is the definition of irish graffiti, and THAT is just embarrassing, grift isn’t great (be realistic) yeah he can get up, but is he any better at it than oclock,banos,inxs,jammer?? No, he’s not, and everyone seems to think “those grifts are burners”.. burnin what exactly? Sayin that alone is embarrassing.. disagree?then you must have low exectations for what you can achieve.
Everyone is seekin some recognition of what they’re doing too.. graff was never about that, back in the 80’s in NY you were lucky to ever meet another writer, YOU were your only critic, there were no sites telling you what was good, if your “going hard” or not.. you knew yourself what you were doing, you knew that you were going out painting, non stop, writing your name, just simply writing, not talking, doing.. and you were “impressing” yourself, you wernt impressing a blog of writers.. you wernt doing spots JUST so you can go home that evening and post it on 12oz, you were doing it for YOUR reasons..
This is graffiti, its about a name, its about your letters, its about how you place your spots, its about going out and actually painting, while your sitting here reading this, why arnt you out painting? Your not answering to me, your answering to yourself, cus your doing graff for yourself...arnt you? So give yourself a GOOD reason why your not out painting.. something better to
19 Comments 221 weeks
A number of words and phrases have come to describe different styles and aspects of graffiti. Like all slang and colloquialisms, the phrases vary in different cities and countries. The following terminology comes primarily from the United States.
back to back
Graffiti that covers a wall from end to end, as seen on some parts of the West-Berlin side of the Berlin Wall. Similarly, trains sometimes receive end to end painting when a carriage has been painted along its entire length. This is often abbreviated as e2e. End to ends used to be called window-downs but this is an older expression that is falling from popularity.
A quickly executed throw up or panel piece. Backjumps are usually painted on a temporarily parked train or a running bus.
A graffiti artist's sketchbook. Often used to sketch out and plan potential graffiti, and to collect tags from other writers. It is a writer's most valuable property, containing all or a majority of the person's sketches and pieces. A writer’s sketchbook is carefully guarded from the police and other authorities, as it can be used as material evidence in a graffiti vandalism case and link a writer to previous illicit works.
To bomb or hit is to paint many surfaces in an area. Bombers often choose throw-ups or tags over complex pieces, as they can be executed more quickly.
To steal another artist's ideas or lettering schemes. Seasoned artists will often complain about toys that bite their work.
To remove painted graffiti with chemicals and other instruments, or to paint over it with a flat color.
Typically a large, more elaborate type of piece. The piece could be said to be "burning" out of the wall or train-side. Because they take so much time and effort, burners in downtown areas are more likely to be legal pieces, painted with the consent of the property owner. The early writers of New York also did burners illegally on trains, and adventurous modern writers sometimes still do large scale illegal pieces in heavily-trafficked areas. Alternatively a burner can also refer to a quick chrome bombing or throwup.
A crew or cru (alternative spelling) is a group of writers or graffiti artists. Some crews are members of gangs, or are associated with gangs (sometimes for procurement of art materials or for protection while painting), but most crews are unaffiliated with gangs. It can happen that an ordinary group of friends suddenly form a crew if they are all interested in graffiti and want to start collaborating. By painting in a crew with the crew name there's a smaller risk of being held responsible for the works if a member gets arrested, because from a legal point of view the name could have been painted by anyone in the group.
To completly write all over a specific area like a door-way, wall or window that is untouched.
The opposite of top-to-bottom - meaning a train-car covered with paint from one side of it to the other. Used as an adjective and non-commonly as a noun. The expression is however not very used anymore because of better sounding alternatives.
The use of acid solutions intended for creating frosted glass, such as Etch Bath, to write on windows. In Norway some trains have even been taken temporarily out of service because of the acid tagging, which is potentially dangerous for other people's health.
The term used in the North east for the outer most outline around any piece of graffiti. Also referred to "outer glow", "outer trim" and "shells".
also referred to as "bombs" "throw ups" or "throwies". Fills describe a piece of graffiti that is either filled in a rush or a solid fill. A fill is also the interior base color of the piece of graffiti.
To go over a piece of graffiti simply means to paint on top of it. While most writers respect one
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