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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 adamkfujita.com (Episodes 1-15 were engineered by Zack Dunn.)
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Now displaying: March, 2017
Mar 26, 2017

San Jose California KING 157 talks to us from on location in New Mexico. 

Mar 19, 2017

Roachi is Roach in Australian. Learn about the culture of Sydney with our first international guest on the podcast. Born in Japan without an ounce of Japanese heritage in him; ROACHI’s art reflects the mind of one who has traveled and experienced various sunsets from around the world. From comics to freights: we track his story and you get a front row seat. Pull up a chair and have a little listen.

Mar 12, 2017

Atomik tells us all the story of how his iconic Orange character came to be and how the Miami scene has ebbed and flowed over the years. We were so blessed to get the story from the man himself. We cover Atomik's entire graffiti timeline and have a plan in the works to do another interview with Adam where he will tell tales of what it is to travel and do his graffiti. 

Mar 5, 2017

Episode 18 of our podcast features Sloke. Widely regarded as the Mayor of Austin’’s graffiti scene; Sloke shares with us unique insight about the city’s graffiti history. In this wide ranging discussion, he shares everything from how he got started in the artform amidst gang-style writers--to the impact that Style Wars and Subway Art had on his personal career.

Not only one of the most creative writers; Sloke is also incredibly well spoken. With a great deal of introspection and honestly, Sloke makes this episode is informative not only about the scene of Austin--but also about the perfect storm leading to his mark on the city.

This episode touches on everything from; race, gang-violence, the international graffiti scene and love for the artform. Sloke and Atoms’ discussion brings plenty of food for thought to the table.

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