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everyone remembers that movie from 1990, and the second one
everyone remembers the kid from it…check him out a bit more grown up in life
jordan is mot…not many people know what this means and not many people know how to explain it. we at gungs have had a few words to the creators of this movement/craze/whatever it is and they said to sit back and enjoy the fact that everyone is learning jordan is mot.
level three – 231 smith street fitzroy
walking up the three flights of stairs you wouldnt think this place is much but you walk through the doors into somewhat of an upstairs upmarket heaven overlooking collingwood and smith street through huge arch windows. there is a small dining area adjacent to a pool table and the extremely long bar which houses alot of different alcohol (cheapest beers $6 melbourne bitter bottles) over looks a large open space to gather and down a few with friends. the place is very fucking cool!
the godfather of graffiti, ‘seen’ or Richard “Richie” Mirando was a front runner with graffiti in the US in new york. he started to paint in new york subways around 1973 up till and around the 90s with his crew United Artists or UA. seen is a very accomplished graffiti writer with his works stretching into different media such as sculpture as well as becoming a tattoo artist.
this is from seen…
“In 1984 “Blade 1” and I went to Hollywood, California on a mission to leave our mark. We bombed from Venice Beach to the Sunset Strip.The following morning on the flight back home, all I could think about was the “HOLLYWOOD” sign. To me, that was Hollywood’s prize possession and we didn’t hit it! A few months later I returned to Hollywood alone. My sole mission this time around was to paint the Hollywood sign.