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Mar 20, 2011
@ 1:36 am
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Here’s a gif I made out of the timelapse material I made of MISM’s 3-minute throw-up graffiti tag. (Which took me 2 hours to make. Tumblr is a bitch when you want to upload a gif…)
Feel free to share!

Here’s a gif I made out of the timelapse material I made of MISM’s 3-minute throw-up graffiti tag. (Which took me 2 hours to make. Tumblr is a bitch when you want to upload a gif…)

Feel free to share!


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Mar 19, 2011
@ 10:24 pm
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Today was a good day!
One of my realest friends invited me to shoot some video and photo of him and his crew doing graffiti. I was looking forward to this day but I paniced a little as I saw the cloudy sky and some rain potentially impeding the shot.
But when Yannik (MISM) started to paint the sun came out and I made some cool shots of his progressive graffiti painting.
There were so many guys of his crew (RCA) that we did’nt get a wall to paint, so we had to take the stairs. But in the end this was the coolest place to shoot and because one of these guys forgot to bring Yannik’s spray cans he had to use, well; supplemental gear.
These are the reasons why his painting seems a bit wild, emotional, unfinished and progressive. I really loved how he did it.
I can’t wait to see all of the stuff we made and to create a concept for a cool feature on graffiti, hip hop, or just a portrait of Yannik himself.

Today was a good day!

One of my realest friends invited me to shoot some video and photo of him and his crew doing graffiti. I was looking forward to this day but I paniced a little as I saw the cloudy sky and some rain potentially impeding the shot.

But when Yannik (MISM) started to paint the sun came out and I made some cool shots of his progressive graffiti painting.

There were so many guys of his crew (RCA) that we did’nt get a wall to paint, so we had to take the stairs. But in the end this was the coolest place to shoot and because one of these guys forgot to bring Yannik’s spray cans he had to use, well; supplemental gear.

These are the reasons why his painting seems a bit wild, emotional, unfinished and progressive. I really loved how he did it.

I can’t wait to see all of the stuff we made and to create a concept for a cool feature on graffiti, hip hop, or just a portrait of Yannik himself.