My Life In Letters

Adam Fujita created this podcast in an attempt to document, through interview and story telling, the culture created by graffiti art. We hope to create a living, breathing record of the stories and experiences that have led legions to dedicate themselves tirelessly to this craft and art form. The deeply American art form that is commonly known as Graffiti. All episodes are Hosted Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Adam Fujita aka ATOMS. For more of his work see (Episodes 1-15 were engineered by Zack Dunn.)
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Dec 25, 2016

Live from his Staten Island studio Chris speaks with us about his career from his Hardcore straight edge days through the creation of RWK in 2001 up to today.

Dec 19, 2016

The Windy City decorator; Amuse shares with us his personal story of how he got started in graffiti. Never one to paint a simple style; the same can be said of his interview. Check out this episode to learn about how his family influenced his interest in graffiti and what inspired him to develop more and more styles to this day.

Dec 11, 2016

Dave breaks it down from San Diego to Brooklyn in episode 6 of My Life In Letters

Dec 4, 2016

What kind of name is “CRASH”? It's the name of a graff legend featured in works like Subway Art, Style Wars and countless of other documentaries and books. CRASH pumps the breaks and explains graffiti history from his perspective with us. Learn from his perspective what bombing was like during the train era and the origins of “CRASH”. 

Nov 20, 2016

Alex breaks it down from the Armenian alphabet to Chinatown. 80s graffiti writer and pioneer Neonski sheds some light.

Nov 14, 2016

In this second episode of My Life In Letters we had the chance to speak with Doug Cunningham also known as Dug One from TMF known by many as the Godfather of San Francisco graffiti. 

As always the episode was mixed edited and enhanced musically by Zack Dunn aka DJ UZIEGO!! 

Oct 30, 2016

We kick off our first podcast with the one and only Zimad. We knew that our first guest had to possess the ability to paint a picture of what graffiti culture was like during it’s infancy stages from NYC. Zimad has been there; done that and continues to get up to this day. He shares with us the process of making one’s own mop tags and even goes out of his way to clarify key points of graff history.