New York Graffiti Artists Refuse to Grow Up

I came across this story by the Associated Press earlier this week. It features none other than Zephyr, who appeared in — drum roll please — Bomb It 1. I’m sure nobody saw that one coming ;)

Some New York graffiti artists of the 1970s and ’80s are having a hard time putting down their spray-paint cans. They helped morph graffiti into mainstream street art and are now in their 50s and still tagging their art in the city.

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