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Wednesday - April 10, 2013 03:07:08 PM
Art Primo Visits Iceland

Reykjavik has the allure of a Chic' European Capital with the charm of a little fishing town. It really is small, so you can definitely wall the downtown area and take in the sights. Lots of writers are getting up in Reykjavik right right now. Good clean old school tags, throw ups and strait letters. The kind of stuff we like here at Primo. This Silver filly is at the waterfront by the Opera House. Dat represent!

CMF crew was really holding down. Looks like MTN Erika and Violet. There is an MTN shop there but its really hard to find. Cans are about the same price as the US.

A lot of people abandoned buildings when the economy collapsed leaving plenty virgin walls for the taking. Crews rushed in and did dope pieces. I found lots of Montana and Molotow cans littering the ground. cats have been getting busy.

Chilled with this bloke rocking some Molotow

Im not kidding. Prody's are everywhere.

Casio has one of those names that makes you mad you didn't start writing it. Dude had had the city on lock.

Lots of hand styles. Pentel Shorty and Pilot Silver Shakers are mad popular.

Reykjavik keeps it real with the grimy throw ups.

Abandoned apartments are now Free Walls.

TUPAC 2 getting down!

Horse Meat sashimi...You don't even know how good it is!

ClONE and SORZ rocking it fresh.

This was on the jail haha

We were dippin' down this "highway". It's called the Golden Circle.

Everything looks like it's straight out of Lord of the Rings

That house must be like a 1,000 years old

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