I believe this was filmed after I came back from my Graphic Design school in Arizona. I believe this was early nineties. Across the street from Franklyn Auto near the famous Psycho City location. It was filmed by Vex and edited many years later. Check out when we were young and bold. The writers and friend that were there were Neon, Reavyn, Picasso aka Howling Wolf, Terry, Estria, Misk, ARB (RIP) and myself. Check out the joke I put on a homeless person.
City of Lost Letters by Nate1MPC, SaytrMPC. and myself CrayoneTWS/ICR/AS/UN/ZULU. When MPC and TWS gets together to do a mural, we call ourselves UN (United Nations).
This was done around the time where I was running a business called www.hiphop-network.com. I got to do a tattoo shop in Pacifica ca. I used some of the flash that most of the tattoo artists use. Plus I got to joke around a little.
The location was NIMBY (Not In My BackYard), Oakland (Just closed its doors. Nov 2019). But once I got to befriend the owner at this unique location I was asked to do a second wall and I decided to bring out my old friends to paint with me. Raevyn did the top letters while Bam did the dragons. We all help fill-in and it was one of those family reunion bbq paint jams that was memorable.
One of my early concepts of the "Throw-up Burners". The concept was simple. Take your time with your actual piece but fill it in with a stitch fill like you would with a throw-up. that way you can do 2 or 3 of these a night. quick pieces but also you can throw down with some style. This was an area before all the stores that went up in Emeryville, Ca.
I was approached by a UBIsoft manager who wanted their UBIsoft headquarters staircase painted on all 4 floors of the video games that they had made. I had amazing help from friend and writer Toons1TCB. SOMA, San Francisco, Ca.
One of my best friends (SunDanceAS) told me he had a wall for me to paint that was inside of his warehouse business. once we got one of his friends drawing of a dragon, I was off to complete the project. I took my time and it took my like 1 week to complete. I just remember the time it took to do each and every scale and it took my almost a whole day to complete that section of the mural. Oakland, Ca.
I did a surfboard for one of the members of the local fire department. He wanted a little rendition of what was on his arm to the surfboard. Music by IZ.
Made a 1-off coffee table book on my recent art.
Just got a bunch of random video clips and spliced them together over a beat. Just a moment in time right up to the time where I got called into the fire department. (I got called when I was finishing up on the low rider).