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The first leg of Formula D Japan was held during the Japan Motor Games last July 6 to 7 together with the World Time Attack Challenge. The event had familiar drivers/tuners from the …

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KAWS Reflections.

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Kaws is a product of from the evolution of graffiti that started in the 80′s. Although he’s become highly commercial, his roots are pure in a sense he’s paid his dues as a street artist. Unlike MANY MANY wack artist that have their 2 months of “killing it” in the streets that strive for gallery space.

Some people that hate on him will never understand but also growing up in the 90′s and very much into the graff scene, kaws definitely hit up the spots that had the most visibility. He was the Barry McGee of NYC.

REFLECTIONS: KAWS “A sweeter version of death…”. from MATT BLACK on Vimeo.

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