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  2. From the streets to the galleries, RISK has done it all...

    As an artist in the 1980s, RISK pushed the limits of graffiti and gained notoriety not only for his unique style, but for being one of the first writers in Southern California to paint freight trains and freeway overpasses. RISK was responsible for importing New York's Wild Style of graffiti to Los Angeles and combining it with his own aesthetic of lettering to create something entirely new. At the peak of his career he took graffiti from the streets into the galleries and recently played a major role in MOCA's groundbreaking Art in the Streets exhibition, which brought mainstream recognition to graffiti as a serious art medium. With a career spanning more than 30 years, RISK is continually evolving and pushing his personal limits as an artist. His story is a true testament that all artists must strive to break boundaries, and that anything can be accomplished if you are willing to take a risk.

    Full interview available in Bluecanvas magazine Issue 12. (http://www.bluecanvas.com/magazine)

    Interview by Andrew Kline
    Edited by David Kim
    Produced by Section Studios
    Music "Yesterday" by Pre (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Pre/Wood_Grain_Sessions/08_Yesterdaymp3)

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  3. New video with Graffiti legend OG RISK for Tribal see more on http://www.tribalgear.com

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