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Interview ~ LA Graffiti Writer ~ Dahm CSM

Why do you write graffiti? Are the legal ramifications worth it?
I write graffiti, because of the stories you make with the paint missions you have, also because of the friendships you build.

You learn a lot about everyday life when you're interested in stuff like this, and it's fun. Every writer is a different Thomas Guide. Although, there's a lot of risk and consequences when you do graffiti, it's a addiction that no matter how many times you tell yourself to grow up, you can't stop it.


Do you like to paint at permission spots?
Not really, I won't say no to the right one, but it's just not the kind of graffiti I like to look at.

It's 2 completely different worlds when it comes to legals, and illegals. When you paint illegally, it's a lot more of a risk, when it comes to a fresh bomb in a empty lot, or on a cutty, or on the side of a freeway, you see it, and you just know that that writer has a crazy story for what he went through for that spot.

Read the rest of the interview on GraffHead.com - Part 1 + Part  2

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