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Josh Squash

Fuck. What can I say?… I hate May 4th.

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Squash and Ozzy
2012

AloneOne - Squash RIP hexes-2.jpgEvery hexagon is a reminder. Even if something is missing.

AloneOne - Squash RIP sketchbook

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AloneOne - Squash RIP 542012

Rest In Peace
Joshua “Squash” Raine Laven
9/23/1972 – 5/4/2012

Miss you bro.



Jeffrey Gamblero

We lost a good one last week. Rest in Paradise JeffreyKornGamblero
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“Jeffrey Gamblero”
marker, pen, and colored pencil on paper
8″ x 10″
2014



NEKST MSK D-30 R.I.P.

The graffiiti world lost another one yesterday with the early passing of Houston  CA  NYC, nationwide crusher “NEKST”…

ImageNEKST – Spring and Bowery (NYC)

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“MSK” by NEKST, seen from the Williamsburg Bridge

kgibbs-61391“NEKST” Houston St. (NYC)*

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“NEKST” Houston St. (NYC)**

Nekst-truck“NEKST” (S.F.) **

Image“NEKST” (the Bronx, NYC) **

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“NEKST” MBTA Red Line (Boston) **

* stolen pic from theKeeganGibbs.com

** stolen pic from ?

 



R.I.P. Gill Scott-Heron
May 28, 2011, 11:30 am
Filed under: Inspiration, Music | Tags: , , , , , ,

Revolutionary poet, author, musician, spoken word pioneer, activist, all around legend and amazing inspiration to me,  Gil Scott-Heron, best known for his 1970 work “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”, died May 27th at a New York City hospital at 62 years old.

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R.I.P. SURE (ATM, HAA, 156)
December 8, 2010, 6:24 am
Filed under: Art, Graffiti | Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,


Just heard that SURE (ATM, HAA, 156), half of the duo “SURE + FAUST”, has been killed while in the line of duty in Afghanistan at the age of 25. If you’ve been around lower Manhattan (or all of New York for that matter) in the last few years, you’ve surely (no pun intended) seen his over saturation of stickers. And these aren’t the (so trendy right now) printed vinyl stickers, these are all hand done with some of the dopest handstyles in the graffiti world. I met him briefly last year (He actually caught me getting up. Classic.). We talked for a minute and exchanged some stickers. Seemed like a genuine cool dude. He’ll definitely be missed. Rest In Peace.






Check SURE out in Martha Cooper‘s book “Name Tagging” and read an interview with him at Mark Batty Publishing.




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