Great chat with a great guy. Kid Crow from the ID Super babd Boys crew out of Germany!
We waited 2 long years to get Part 1 from TDS back on the pod but here he is. Check out last episode Season 1, Episode 31. We cover 1972-1974! Facts! Enjoy. Please tell your friends to subscribe to this pod and to support us. Thank you!
So much history with this man right here. Been knowing him for over 2 decades and his work and style persists! Check his page on IG @kieranswanpaints
Super excited to speak with Nero 156 on this second episode of season 3.
Hailing from the great state of Massachusetts we got a chance to sit down with Stoe from CDC BA. We get to begin our talk around 98 when it comes to Stoes graffiti career and we work our way through the nuances of his work up to about the mid 2000's.
We look forward to getting back with Stoe for a part 2 next season or beyond.
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My Life In Letters is Hosted and created by Adam Kiyoshi Fujita.
Took a little time off to have a baby with my wife and to wrap up some other work projects. So we haven't released an episode in 2 months but were back with Trix!
Great to get some West LA history on the map and Trix had a lot.
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Ive been so busy with projects and expecting our second daughter that I haven't been able to post a new episode in a few weeks. But fear not! New eps are coming.
I also lost access to the @mylifeinletterspodcast page recently so I haven't even been able to inform you guys to whats going on.
I really appreciate all your support. And again more MLIL eps are coming.
Our first European interview live from Italy with the Dutch born Mr JUNE. We span the early days of his graffiti career in the mid 80's in his town just outside Amsterdam. Through his day studying. We will get back with June next season to cover the last 15 years. We hope you enjoy!
This full interview is one of our favorites. Not only does Mone break down the earliest days of his graff career but we also get to learn more about the Mount Vernon perspective as he was and is a suburb writer making himself known in NYC and beyond. Huge thanks to Mone for coming on and as promised on the ep we will follow up with him next season to do a part 2 episode.
See @rockinitsuckers instagram page to see more of his work or google MONE RIS and let the flood gates open on ya.
Speaking with MONE got us all sentimental fro the days of Krylon and Rusto, stock caps and no computers. In this teaser episode we remember what it was like to get your hands on a piece of media like Subway Art for the first time. That rush that you may or may not be able to get now a days in our Social Media culture.
We hope you enjoy this episode and in 2 weeks we will release Mone's full interview. Stay tuned.
While Mone isn't on social check out the @rockinitsuckers page to see more of his work.
This is a part 2 to Episode 16 from Season 1 of My Life In Letters. We were so blessed to get the Bay Area native and legend Spie back on the show. We learn so much whenever we get to speak with Spie. He is a natural teacher and student of life. We were particularly grateful to hear stories about Mike Dream and about their travels and his legacy. We hope you enjoy this episode and learn from it.
In this episode 5 of My Life In Letters we focus on some pf Spies ideas and thoughts on leadership. I dig into the themes that Spie provides around critical thinking and on being our bests selves.
In two weeks we will release Spies full interview.
See his Instagram to see more work @agentdecoy and as always you can reach out to me Adam @adamfu or through the MLIL page @mylifeinletterspodcast.
In this 4th episode of season 2 we deliver to you the entire interview that we recorded with GUSTO TFP 4B. He is a Queens native and has stories for day with guys like Faust, Stae2, DCV, Sen2 and so many more.
we got to hear some great tales of Mentorship on his initial episode and in this full interview we learn about Gusto's immigration story, how he "faked it" into a full time job at MTV as well as good old fashioned "racking" stories with his team.
We were so thankful that Gusto took the time to sit down with us.
In this episode we get to speak in detail with Gusto from Queens New York about his experiences with mentorship in the graffiti community and how that shaped him. It shaped him as an artist and writer but also as a designer working in corporate settings. I have researched extensively on mentorship and on what it is to have leaders in our community.
This is a fraction of the larger episode which will be released on Sunday March 11th.
You can see more of Gusto's work on Instagram @gustonyc
In this episode we pick up where we left off last year with Wane, in Season 1, Episode 25. In this second discussion with wane we cover his work from 1986 to the early 2000's. We talk a broad range of topics pertaining to the graffiti culture. Many strong themes come up like business ownership, community building, public speaking and graphic design.
See Wanes work on Instagram at @waneonecod and see his website to buy work and learn more about the man himself at www.waneone.com
Wane sits down and spends time to give us an update to his episode from last season. In Season 1 episode 25 Wane tells us about his life in letters from 1979 to 1986. In this new episode we focus on the entrepreneurial side of Wane and how he created and ran The Writers Bench clothing line. In two weeks we will release our interview in its entirety. See Wanes website waneone.com and his Instagram for the most up to date work @waneonecod
Amuse 126 takes over the hosting chair and Atoms is in the hot seat.
Changes are in store. We will be taking a break to revamp, rebuild, recharge and refresh the podcast. Its been a wild year with lots of ups and downs. Some highlights and thoughts recorded here.