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    In this episode of Here Comes the Neighborhood, Kunle Martins aka EARSNOT, founder of the IRAK CREW, along with Jesse Geller aka NEMEL break down the importance of good penmanship, the difference between murals and graffiti, and the concept behind their "tagging mosaic" in Wynwood. Stealing, masturbation and other compulsive behaviors are also addressed. For more information on Kunle Martins follow him at http://twitter.com/KunleIRAK Jesse Geller, his dog and his girlfriend can be found at http://coastttocoast.tumblr.com/ This episode contains original music from Hanni El Khatib ("You Rascal You") http://www.hannielkhatib.com/ as well as original music from Clams Casino ("bombing") http://twitter.com/clammyclams For more info regarding the Wynwood Walls visit (www.thewynwoodwalls.com) For more on the creative team behind this series visit (hctn.tv/learn-more/) or contact info@hctn.tv Follow the series at vimeo.com/herecomestheneighborhood Paint Provided By 33third Los Angeles, Mid City Arts and Montana Cans

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    • Cinelli RVCA Pressure art exhibition


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      Video recap of the opening of the Art Exhibition 'Pressure' held in 2008 at VASF Gallery of San Francisco, by Cinelli and RVCA. Many world famous artists masters of graffiti and street-art scenes interpretated twelve Cinelli Supercorsa Pista frames according to their personal aesthetic in the name of the freedom and self-expression made possible by both the bike and the artistic acts. Partecipant Artists: Ashley Macomber, Barry McGee, Clare Rojas, C.R. Stecyk III, Dan Murphy, Dmote, Jesse Geller, Josh Lazcano, Kaws, Madsaki, Phil Frost, PM Tenore. Contributes by AARON ROSE, ANTONIO COLOMBO, PM TENORE, JOSH LACZANO, BARRY MCGEE. Special Thanks to RVCA, RVCA ANP, BARRY MCGEE, PHIL FROST, PM TENORE, Mellow Jhonny Bike Shop Video credits: RVCA, all rights reserved.

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      • Home Street Home


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        Jesse A. Geller, California College of the Arts

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