Episode 22 we get the honor to speak with Lady Diva aka Tabitha Montenera. Not only did we get to speak about her graffiti career starting in 1984 but we also get to touch on her battle with Cancer. Currently she is still raising funds to pay for her treatments in Mexico.
Please check this link and donate to her go fund me .
San Jose California KING 157 talks to us from on location in New Mexico.
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.
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.
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.
Merlot talks all things graf, design and life in this 17th episode of My Life In LettersIt ain't where you're from; it's where you're at. After a rough start to life in Seattle, MERLOT stopped nothing short of preserving and overcoming with her art. Check out this episode and learn her progression from the struggles of MySpace to her current presence in Chicago.
From his first piece in 1985 to today Spie has always pushed the envelope artistically and politically. We cover Spies career in making marks from the early 70s til the early 1990's when he teams up with Dream One.
We plan on recording Part 2 sometime in the summer of 2017.
Enue breaks down his NJ roots, skate culture of the 90's and his personal philosophies around life, graf, DJ'ing and much more.
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Jerry lets us into his world with personal family narratives and tons or great graffiti history starting in DC and Virginia, to San Francisco and ultimately to Portland Oregon where he now resides.
We get to sit down with the dude AREK BA, NSF, FGS, KMS to talk about his life in letters. He is in Baltimore we are in Bushwick!
We go on location and have the audio to prove it! We get to visit with Cycle in his Queens NY studio talking all things history and art.
We get to speak with EAST this week. He calls in from The Cypher Shop in Denver. We get to speak about his original days as a B Boy in 1978 in Chicago Land all the way up to his first rooftop spot with his mentor Feski Fes on the Douglas B in 1986. Part two will be coming down the line this year, Keep an ear out for it!
Part one of 2. Apexer talks about his early years in the game. We will be recording Part 2 sometime later in the year.
Produced like always by @UZIEGO!
We got to roll around The SFC in Skew's Mercedes talking 80's Mission graffiti history all the way up to his new Grammy nominated song that he produced for J Boog and Wash House Music which he is a founding member of.
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.
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.
Dave breaks it down from San Diego to Brooklyn in episode 6 of My Life In Letters
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”.
Alex breaks it down from the Armenian alphabet to Chinatown. 80s graffiti writer and pioneer Neonski sheds some light.
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!!
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.