Watching My Name Go By (1976). Graffiti Days! (NYC) New York City Graffiti

“Watching my name go by” is a 1976 BBC documentary about the very beginning of stylewriting in New-York. A true immersion in the streets of the Big Apple including interviews of many writers from that time. On that video we clearely see that writing is an art form created and popularized by young street kids. The docuemantary proves again that the early 70’s were the golden years of stylewriting and that the city was over bombed by tons of nicknames. - See more at: Letrics

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