May 03 2007 . 09:34pm

REVOK x GRIME x ECIRKIT billboard in Manhattan, NEW YORK completely illustrated by REVOK. Damn we’re really doin’ it for 2007th. Notice The Seventh Letter logo in corner! This is why we’re hot!

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The Seventh Letter x Dilated Peoples x Divine Styler interview in Custom Lowrider Magazine Japan

April 04 2007 . 04:15pm

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January 27 2007 . 11:15pm

Here’s some current pics of the Letters First show in the Royal Elastics Gallery in one of their many flagship stores in Taipei. The Letters First show runs in the Royal Elastics Gallery until summer 2007 when we will take it to Barcelona, Spain!

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Primal Urge of San Francisco celebrates its grand opening

January 26 2007 . 12:51am

Saturday, January 6th, Primal Urge of San Francisco celebrated its grand opening. Artists Marcus Pacheco, The GRIME, Yutaro, Norm, and Phil Holt, have grouped together, offering connoisseur quality tattoo work in a city known for its tattoo enthusiasm.

The artists opened the doors to their private second story studio, allowing all to enjoy in the new space they’ve created. Having left their previous location as Art Work Rebels, the new space has arrived with a new, yet familiar name, Primal Urge — a name that recalls the scope of influence this shop had in its 1990s incarnation. With Marcus Pacheco as a guiding light, Primal Urge became a focal point for what was then a new style of tattooing, art influenced by painting, a wider color palette, bold line work, images related to grafitti, pop art, etc.

by: Dean Schubert

Primal Urge Studio
3415 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco CA 94110
(415) 552. 4297

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Finished pics of Gompers Middle School

January 19 2007 . 03:21pm

Gompers Middle School, Watts, Los Angeles.

On Saturday  December 2nd  Gompers Middle School opened their campus to local and international graffiti artists. Over 32 artists showed up coming from areas of Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, New York, Arizona, and Canada.  Many students of the school joined the effort helping the invited artists complete their walls.  Overall the project was a success.  Although some of the faculty at the school was confused as to the content of some of the artwork, most were able to accept the final product as an improvement. This is the first time this school has had an overall paint job in over 15 years.  The project was such a success that the mayor’s office offered to have all of the new "murals" covered with a graffiti-proof coating! Graffiti getting protected with a graffiti-proof coating…. Times are changing man!

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