Art « TLFI

By: True Love & False Idols  09-12-2011
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Art « TLFI

7th letter / TLFI  Coordinated Graphic Effort

What I meant to say, is that the 7th Letter Crew is an extension of the AWR/MSK thing that’s been going strong for some 20 plus years. 7th Letter is a really good segue for a bunch of guys who have given their lives over to doing graffiti and to their crew and a testament to EKLIPS for being able to keep this shit alive for as long as I’ve ever seen any graffiti crew stay relevant. I’m sure some of my facts are mixed up, but that’s the general layyout as I remember it.

This tee is a combo of 7the letter iconography and TLFI logos. And that’s all I have on that.

- 2TONE AWR/MSK/7th LTTR.

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