Lots of Good Graff Down in Miami This Past Weekend as you could see from the photos people have been posting ALL OVER the Interweb,In My opinion The Owner of this Lot in particular, Josh Kohn Lucked out With The Group Of Artists Primary Flight Assigned him to paint His Walls As You Could See From the Photos, HOW and NOSM from the TATS CRU with one Large Wall that Messured 17 x 92 , Then TYKE (WITNESS) AWR/NASA Then The other side was Graced with A Large TMD CRU Production, It Was Amazing To Watch How Energertic Those New Zealander’s were That Almost Painted Round the Clock every night and Made everything come together so smooth, And Not To mention Quite a Few Other Large walls that people worked the asses off on!!!!! Then Unplanned By Friday Evening, With Everybody tagging the outside gates, Josh got Sick of telling kids To Stop Fucking Tagging and Do Some Nice Pieces and Within hrs The Block Was Filled With More Heads Showing Madd Love to His Walls!!! I belive People were painting that block till the sun came up the next morning!!!!! The Lot Was Filled With Good Painting, And Lots of IRIENESS The Whole Weekend, MUCH Thanx to Josh and His Wife Traci for being Such Cool Peoples-SMUGGLER
Steel Wheels Miami!
All Rail Inspired Art Show.
Featuring Works By North Amerikkka’s most prolific and influential
Rail Road artists.
Photography, model scale, signage, monikers etc.
All under one roof in the hottest city in the world, literally.
Miami” will be the hub this weekend.
Be there or get left behind.
Writing/Aerosol Art on trains has a history that predates the modern writing by nearly a century.
Following the Civil War, veterans returning to their homes by rail, sometimes and often
wrote their names and the names of fellow fallen soldiers on the sides of rail road cars.
After the stock market crash of 1929 which we can relate to now more then ever thousands of Amerikkkan’s became what later would be called Hobos or Tramps.
From very early, marking rail cars with a personalized handle was synonomous amongst the hobo culture.
In the mid 1960’s a similiar brand of writing began to appear on public transit vehicles in the cities of Philadelphia and New York. Writing/Aerosol Art on the Subway and rail road are the foundation of the entire aerosol art culture. For this reason Aerosol Art on trains will always have a special place in the hearts and minds of writers and enthusiasts alike.
Cole T” Onley.
We cordially invite you to witness the movement.
One full weekend in MIAMI. FLA.
Serving The South……
7140 NW Miami Ct.
Miami, Fl. 33150