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My Life In Letters

By Adam Fujita

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Interview and storytelling based documentation about graffiti arts and culture.

Customer Reviews


Great first episode! Looking forward to more! I like your plans to focus on particulars such as Tools and Hip-Hop/Music influences in art. Keep em coming.

Thank You

I was afraid a podcast like this might come off corny or boring, but the series is quite great. The talks have a natural flow/feel to them that aren't filled with endless bravado, but with authentic reverence for graff culture. Having grown up in SF and seeing a lot of this stuff first-hand, it's a nice little history lesson and reminder of an era that has continued to shape my life.

Great documentation on Writing History

In this day and age where youth do not get direction or official sources of documentation on "graffiti" writing, My Life in Letters guides the listener to a vivid, colorful history of San Francisco graffiti through personal stories that books do not explain. Iʻm glad that a graffiti writer from SF that was a part of our history interviews writers from our history.

Adam Fujita gracefully leads each interviewee to paint their personal memories to let the viewer enjoy the stories with their own visuals. Many kids growing up today just see photos online of what writers of the "Golden Age of Graffiti." My Life In Letters brings the listener back to what actually occured in the early days of writing through personal perspectives of different graffiti crews. I thoroughly enjoyed this and hope it continues so I can enjoy more artist interviews that reflect the Hip-Hop culture of the Bay Area.

My Life In Letters
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  • Category: Design
  • Language: English

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