Style Wars creator revisits graffiti's golden age

Posted by Michael Olajide on April 12, 2013

Henry Chalfant the man behind the influential ‘Style Wars’ documentary, which gave a raw look into hip-hop and graffiti culture in its purest form discusses the genre and upcoming projects in this recent article.

"The irony is I think it's the name, the writing your name, which caused it to become universally attractive, because of what that meant. To give an individual a voice, a visibility, that they could never have in any other way,"

Style Wars is definitely one for the collection and if you haven’t seen the documentary an anniversary edition will be released later this year. You can read the full article here.

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