Tag Archives: Graffiti

#andscene: ep. 3.30.27

mood: breakfast with the elements …

ring: when i see your face like the mornin’ sun you spark me to shine, tell all the world, my scene is fulfilled and that’s a new design … gonna tell a story morning glory all about the serpentine fire. surely as life begun, you will as one battle with the serpentine fire…


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#andscene: ep. 3.24.27

mood: wide-eyed, wonderlaust, sprawling … “wanderlust,” c/o @wrdsmth

ring: i don’t know how, how we’re gonna get out, but i’m not scared of getting point to point… and i won’t care leaving everyone behind, cause i’ve got them all leaving with me in my mind… you know i can’t do everything that is best for us, leaving our home, makes us grow, then I’ll …


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#andscene: ep. 2.24.27

mood: pink postscript, noted. “aspire to inspire others and the universe will take note.” c/o @wrdsmth

ring: nothing better the feeling is so fine, simply put i saw your #love stream flow… give it up and i got what i came for, universally speaking. take it back and you make me nervous, nothing better than love and service. universally speaking… two of a kind…


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Ep. 25.2: Mint Street Park, SE1 – London, UK

I’ve come to love London a bit more each day. Coming from America, there’s a certain history to the Anglophilic streets that eludes most Stateside cities. Regardless of how wonderful and fresh the new, now, next – it’s the pastiche of the past and gifted present which makes those certain renowned locales truly worthy of any world citizen’s presence. London is one of those cities that appears to be a living, breathing convergence of old, now, and new. I love New York, I live New York to this day – but there’s something about London… the subtle signatures of the city scape that make it impossible to turn away.

Take South London. It’s a far cry from the casual cosmopolitan Notting Hill of the North. It’s nowhere near as “Yeah, we go to Manero’s – we know Manero. No – there’s no Manero,” as East London’s Shoreditch, Hoxton, or Dalston. I don’t exactly know what entails West London, but South London is clearly not the prime locale for fifth terminals, premiere football leagues, or posh pads. This is why I love South London – SE1 Sowfeese to be exact. It’s a neighborhood: we’ve got Morley’s Chicken and Chips #backbypopulardemand, we’ve got pachyderms and palaces, we’ve got Waterloo, Southbank, and Borough High, we’ve got the BFI Imax – which is basically a cinema in the sky.

Here’s a view of bits and pieces of the nooks and niches that make London a makeshift home for me.

First up: Mint Street Park, and some eponymously fresh playground art…

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re:fresh : Greg Mike’s “Loudmouth” and “Popstars and Cokeheads”

Back, back to the belly of the map – A.T.L.A.N.T.A. – to shine on the poptastic Greg Mike.

New York born and bred, but Tallahassee trained, this artist meshes graphic design, street art, creative, branding, and fashion design to create a style all too collaborative – but inevitably all is unique own.

Right when I was beginning to fumble and falter, this man made me remember why there was a time when Forever I Love(d) Atlanta – thank God for gallery exhibitions

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