“Content” Text Cuts And Additional Commentary
This goes with the political pieces on page 100-1:
Exceptions may be inspired and sincere or of the insipid, boring “off the pigs” variety. Note that in the cool Marka piece detail below, the woman is “harvesting” aerosol cans. The UTI “Destructive Army” mural is unusual in two respects: first it is not a left-leaning political statement, whereas the majority of productions that have any overt political content at all tend to be “counter-culture” if not revolutionary in pose; second it is a 50th year anniversary D-Day dedication to the Allied Forces led by the United States (note the day count since the invasion). Few writers show interest in history before they were born, but lead designer of this production, Cale One, said he had been wanting to do a D-Day memorial for some years.
“Memorials” Text Cut
Skate, Ayer, Rob One, Pure, Geo, Sine, Risco, Tolse, Soon, Clever, Ink 5, Over and Lest are writers that have been and still are memorialized in tags and pieces around the city.