The book, originally published in 1984, introduced New York City’s graffiti to the world. A new edition is available 11 January

The book, originally published in 1984, introduced New York City’s graffiti to the world. A new edition is available 11 January

Daze in 1982: ‘I painted a lot during the day, believe it or not. In New York you could get away with it. I found tunnels more appealing than painting in yards; they’re eerie, but if something happens it’s easier to hide in the dark. I came close to getting caught so many times; I was chased a lot. But writers had the upper hand then

Daze in 1982: ‘I painted a lot during the day, believe it or not. In New York you could get away with it. I found tunnels more appealing than painting in yards; they’re eerie, but if something happens it’s easier to hide in the dark. I came close to getting caught so many times; I was chased a lot. But writers had the upper hand then

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Humanity has been telling stories since the beginning, leaving behind something to remember.

Humanity has been telling stories since the beginning, leaving behind something to remember.

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