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  1. on 11 Apr 2008 at 11:42 pmDana Hopper

    Hi Steve,

    I’m a local freelance Director of Photography. I’m working with a producer friend (and former graphic arts gallery owner) to shoot a submission for a WGBH (PBS) video on the 08 Presidential Election. I am curious if you might know of any current, local LA graffiti that embodies political concerns or issues that might relate to the upcoming election. I would be very interested in meeting and shooting any artist who’s incorporating these type themes into their work, either candidate or issue-oriented.

    Any input or contacts would be much appreciated. I shoot in HD on a P2 format and would be happy to give any artist a DVD copy of the footage we shoot.

    Thanks much,
    Dana Hopper

  2. on 10 Jun 2008 at 7:02 pmzeus40

    it’s possible to partecipe mos LA for 4 italian writer?
    see my works on

    tnx for all!

  3. on 21 Feb 2009 at 9:17 pmgraffa

    High profile Los Angeles production company is looking for talented Graf artists in the LA area to participate in a docu-series for a major network. Series will shoot summer 2009 in and around the Los Angeles area. There will be pay and great exposure for artist who would like to have their work shown to the world at large. All interested applicants should submit a short written personal biography and samples of your work to the following address:

    We look forward to meeting you!

  4. on 21 Feb 2009 at 10:14 pmSteve Grody

    Regarding the post by “Graffa,” be cautious; with no identification as to who they really are, it could be a sting operation for all I know.

  5. on 13 Mar 2009 at 8:43 amS K I N G


  6. on 01 Jun 2009 at 1:23 ambrent muller

    I really love the graffiti la book
    i love the cd with Joe Connelly

  7. on 12 Jan 2010 at 6:40 pmTasha Hernandez

    Hello, I would like to introduce myself, I am a volunteer with the Art-4-Action, Paint not Prison, program. I was reviewing your website and the type of work that you do. I was hoping you would be able to offer some guidance, education and possible participation, should you be interested, in this program.

    A little background, Paint not Prison is a community organizing and beautification project which engages local youth, including some on probation for graffiti offences, with mentors and artists. Participants are trained in art history and theory of the different kinds of media used to create art. The culmination of the project is a mural production done by the participants.

    As graffiti art enhances a community I was hoping that you would be able to donate some time or supplies to this program. I would like the participants to see the beauty and the true essence graffiti art can achieve. As I mentioned above I am a volunteer and have a lot to learn myself, but I believe in what this program is aiming to achieve.

    Please feel free to contact me at any time my email is For more detailed information on the program please visit, as I might not be giving it justice. Any of your time or assistance is greatly appreciated.

  8. on 22 Jan 2010 at 1:50 amAmia Soto


    I am currently a senior at Whittier College, in the midst of writing my senior project for my Sociology major about female graffiti artists and their experiences as graffiti artists. I am hoping to writem more specifically about why graffiti has evolved into a gender-specific activity that is dominated by the male sex and what is different between female done graffiti work and male work. Thus, I am writing here to see if any female and/or male graffiti artists would be interested in being interviewed on the phone or via email or in person, and everything can be done anonymously.

    Thank you so much,

  9. on 12 Feb 2010 at 2:42 amkennedy


    I’m currently writing an art assignment for graffiti artists and I’m not having any luck finding actual artists. I can find amazing murals but have no idea who created them. The information I would need would be: artist name, title of art, dimensions etc. If anyone can help I’d be extremely grateful!

    Thank you.

  10. on 16 Feb 2010 at 1:11 ampower

    hey brother happy new year!
    the cool brothers that follow can control have asked for more info on my flicks SO…
    i switched shit up and started a blog.
    if you like, i would love to swap links again?

    ps: are you publishing my book yet?

  11. on 09 Jul 2010 at 10:02 pmmark7

    whats good power?It’s good to see you’re still pushing things.

  12. on 29 Oct 2010 at 2:40 pmfobia one`

    hey sking 211 this fobia one get back to me at got some funky shit ready to release but need some help

  13. on 10 Nov 2010 at 11:44 pmKaten

    Hey I am looking for a professional graffiti artist to design some custom art work for me on a pair of high heel boots. I am a sister of two college basketball players who are playing eachother this season and need “Spirit Shoes” if you will. Need to be designed in their respected school colors, their names and numbers and such!

    Do you do this type of work?? Please let me know! I have sketches and ideas of what I need.

    CONTACT: email

    Thank you,

  14. on 11 Nov 2010 at 9:47 pmMelanie

    I am currently looking for a artist to frestly 3 canvassa during a event at our church. It is aimed tword the less fortunate, we are going to be giving away free food, clothes etc. During worship (music) we are lookinf for a artist to freestyle….Any one intrested call 909-261-8355

  15. on 10 Jun 2011 at 5:22 pmFLASK RTN NMK KO OGTS SYA COI

    Hey Steve,
    Thanks for squeezing me in the roll call.
    Your book inspired me to restart my creativity in graffiti art.
    Bust out with another book of the rest of the writing crews!


  16. on 14 Sep 2011 at 3:20 amOdin

    Just a quick note… C2D crew did not come out of DP. The C2D crew was established in the early 80’s. Founders were Draze, Alpha, Iris (Rakaa of Dilated Peoples) and Tez (Black Silver). Several years later, Some new members were added to the c2d family. Including Dazzle and myself (odin). During the time we had been asked to join by Iris-Rakaa, I was pushing DP crew that was started by Me (odin) and Gamer . Both of us were OTR and we wanted to do more Graffiti art pieces instead of focusing on Bombing. Other members later joined DP in the early 90’s such as DS1 (Fly i.D.), Kef… Acme & Precise (SH), Meck (Fly i.D./CBS) and several other members. Later, some departed from DP due to artistic differences. Both DP and C2D do share a connection of friendship, but are both very separate groups of artist.

    C2D is Create To Devastate…Founded in 1984
    DP is Def Productions… Founded in 1989

  17. on 16 Feb 2013 at 6:28 pmFanny

    Hello Steve:

    I’m a graduate student at Loyola Marymount University majored in Film Production.

    We are now doing a Public Service Video on the topic of huffing and we are looking for a professional graffiti artist who would like to be part of the project, which is a 30s – 40s PSA.

    I’m wondering if you know someone who would be interested int this project. Could you share some information with me? And here’s a brief introduction of the project.

    Topic: Inhaling – According to a 1995 report by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the most serious inhalant abuse occurs among children and teens. Inhalant users inhale vapor or aerosol propellant gases using plastic bags held over the mouth or by breathing from a solvent-soaked rag or an open container.

    We will send the script to the one who are interested.

    The shooting location is LMU Film Stage. The shooting time is only one day. We plan to shoot this project in the middle of March.

    If you know anyone who might be interested, please let me know.

    Thank You So Much !

    Fanny (

  18. on 26 Mar 2013 at 2:14 pmCHRIS


  19. on 01 Apr 2013 at 8:24 pmKistin Blake

    I’m a ninth grader doing a journalistic report on graffiti art to explain that it is more than just pesky scribbling on walls, but a true art form. Since this is a journalistic piece I will want to know your backstory with graffiti, who inspired you, the trials and tribulations you faced, etc. Please CONSIDER interviewing me over the phone or by e-mail. The time frame for the completion of this report is two weeks, so reply A.S.A.P. if you are interested.

  20. on 13 Aug 2013 at 12:36 pmNate Klein

    My name is Nate Klein and I represent Inside Studios on behalf of MSN. MSN is contracting us to film a 12 week special on amazing street performers in the Los Angeles area.

    A little bit about ourself as well as the project:

    We began as a YouTube production company with several extremely successful channels ranging from cooking shows to animated productions and have now been hired by MSN to produce and shoot their newest series titled “From The Streets.”

    We have been given the green light to produce 18 unique episodes, each featuring a different type of talent (musician, contortionist, dancer, etc.). Each episode will be around 3 minutes long and will be featured on MSN’s video homepage which can be seen by clicking on this.

    MSN is the 4th most visited site in the United States and receives over 115,000,000 unique visitors per month.

    We have already shot 3 episodes in Venice, Santa Monica and Korea Town that have been centered around musicians, jugglers, and contortionists and we would like to have an artist as our next featured talent.

    If you or anyone you know are or may be interested or would simply like to hear more about the project, please email me ASAP and we will get things moving.

  21. on 24 Sep 2013 at 9:54 amDavid

    Good afternoon,

    I will be in the LA area during the last week of October. Do you know any graff-related events happening during that time in the area?


  22. on 25 Sep 2013 at 10:15 amangie crouch

    hello – KNBC TV would like to speak with you about a street art story. Please email me if you are interested. Than you, Angie

  23. on 04 Oct 2013 at 1:52 pmsteveWP

    hello – KNBC TV would like to speak with you about a street art story. Please email me if you are interested. Than you, Angie

    If this is still something you are interested in, please give me a phone number and I will call. Use



  24. on 04 Oct 2013 at 1:53 pmsteveWP

    Best to look at the site to see about events.

  25. on 23 Oct 2013 at 5:20 pmJason


    I’m working on a small commercial project and looking for a space to do some graffiti art legally in Los Angeles. Any recos for places that host open walls for people to work on?

    Jason Richardson

  26. on 16 Dec 2013 at 1:27 pmJean


    I’m looking for someone to put up posters with wheat paste for large-scale art project.

    File ready for print any size up to 20 ft x 13-1/3 ft.

    Must have experience, and must be familiar with potential sites and locations throughout L.A.: Downtown, Hollywood, Culver City, and Santa Monica.

    If interested, please email proposed size, number of locations, and quote for total cost, including supplies.

    I’m looking to have work completed by 5:00AM Thursday.


  27. on 09 Feb 2014 at 8:32 pmIsaiah Cazares

    Dear SGrody:

    I happened upon this website looking for a specialized tour of Graffiti Art in LA. My 11th Grade Contemporary Composition English students are working on a L.A. The Unread City which is a look at writers who have highlighted particular experiences and themes connected to Los Angeles. We’ve been looking at art as visual text and looking at Graffiti as Art vs Vandalism.
    I’d love to have the students visit some of the places here in LA that were the hot spots for the Graffiti movement in the West Coast. They are reading Ruben Martinez’s GOING UP IN LA and he traces the lives of a few graffiti artist in East LA – the WCA, and various other “Bombing squads” from the early to late 90s.

    Can we see what we can do?

    Sincerely and hopeful for what might be!!!

    Mr. C

  28. on 11 Sep 2014 at 10:31 amPaul Calvary II

    Hey everyone,
    If you’re interested in Los Angeles Graffiti, please check out or check out the youtube link attached. Episode 1 features Cale One of K2S crew. If you like, please repost and keep LA’s graffiti alive.


  29. on 01 Dec 2014 at 3:46 pmMarty Mall


    Is there a link to your website?


  30. on 12 Aug 2015 at 1:10 pmAmber Ynzunza

    Hello, I’m looking for a concrete Muralist and to get a quote and information on what locations you can do. Thank you. Email:

  31. on 04 Oct 2016 at 10:38 amLu**

    I approve of the DFO roll-call above. -RIDL 1

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