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Cause I Am
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DURO CIA TOP is one of the graffiti greatest legends of the mid 1970s. From his top to bottom end to end burners in the classic book “Subway Art by Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant”, being writing partner to some of the most famous writers in the history of Graff such as Dondi (RIP), Shy 147 (RIP), Min and the list goes on, to his feature in the quintessential graffiti documentary “Style Wars”, DURO embodies what New York City graffiti was and is. Duro is also the first writer in history to ever be interviewed on television for a special that aired on CBS in 1981. For all you fans of graffiti, DURO released this new self published book “Cause I Am Who I Say I Am The News Breaker Himself: The Untold Story Of Subway Writer DURO CIA TOP” covering mainly the years 1957 to 1985. A lot of words written by Duro himself and also a forward by Henry Chalfant. Definitely a piece of history.

  • Pages: 142
  • Language: Inglese
  • Release year: 2012
  • Produced in: USA
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