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Wednesday - September 2, 2009 11:40:54 AM
aubergine is the new black

Why some people insist on using black all the time is beyond me. Especially when there are so many great dark colors that are really close to black, but aren't. Take Loomit's Eggplant (aka Aubergine) for example. How sick is this deep purple? And how much more does your piece pop when you 3D with it? You can keep you UFB and Cartoon 3D's Yo! Also if you haven't tried Golden Yellow yet then you are really missing out on Molotow's and possibly the best yellow made. It covers so good makes great shines and rocks a really clean line. And while your at it be sure to rock some Ces Violet and Dare Orange piano keys, you will thank me later.

posted by ARMNBAMMER

(5) comments
On Wednesday - September 2, 2009 05:44:36 PM -- hands wrote:
dare orange and purple make a badass fill combo, w some guac green round the edges
On Friday - September 4, 2009 02:47:27 AM -- me wrote:
only cos ur out of signal black haha(ap reply) LOL! We still have the most popular Deep Black OTR in premium, gloss black MTN, Flat black MTN Black in the 94 line and the both Deep Black and Signal Black in the HP line. Trust me, the eggplant kills.
On Friday - September 4, 2009 02:48:04 AM -- GARy wrote:
this is GARY here(ap reply) lol! whats up gary?
On Friday - September 4, 2009 09:58:49 AM -- Anonymous wrote:
Golden Yellow is graffiti sex
On Friday - September 4, 2009 05:06:18 PM -- Anonymous wrote:
look at that rack!
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