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Tuesday - December 10, 2013 10:11:14 AM
Graffiti is Freedom.

Here in the great country of America, kids get handed heavy jail sentences for tagging on marginal places like dumpsters, alleys and underpasses. It's a waste of taxpayer dollars and serves to only institutionalize young people.

Meanwhile, Europeans enjoy the freedom to paint pretty much any abandoned spot without fear. They even bring their kids and have cookouts in the sun. They might even bust out a sketchbook and write some freakin' poetry.

Sounds like we are not only exporting our culture but our freedom...

Translation from description:

"We received the first order from the new Flame Blue from Molotow. We decided to organize a small meeting with some writers from the North of Madrid and some of our other homies. We went to our spot in Navacerrada, some old foundations that crews paint on. We opted for a coat of black paint. We felt that would make the perfect background to test the first 60 colors of Flame Blue. We brought writers with different styles and techniques give us references and demands about what they experience. Coverage of color, pressure, dry time, finish, precision, etc... Of all the brands of spray paint that we have tried so far, Flame-Blue, undoubtedly brought the best results."

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