MPC Site

We will be revamping this site sometime during 2016 .We say a prayer for the recently deceased Rock 161 and Ricky,Tac.

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Grain Station

If your in the area come check it out,, Great beer and food. The concept is off the hook,, 2000 Central Avenue Alburquerque NM, Grand opening Friday December 5th 2014

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Canela Magazine

INTERVIEW

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Art Basel/ Im in Miami bitch

http://www.iminmiamibitch.net/blog/slipkid– Had fun with this ,a little sample below

AK: What should we know about the early days?

An ode to the pioneers. it was fun, it was hard! Some new school cats are so sick of hearing it. It’s like taking a boring history class. But, it’s the truth and you need to know! That in today’s world of internet gadgetry, insta this, insta that, most of today’s writers don’t work for shit! You non-history having mother fuckers have no clue! You want it now! You get it now! If you don’t, you whine about it! Poor fucking YOU!!! From your Stencil, to your outline of style that you stole from the latest aerosol legend from bum fuck nowhere, to pulling out a credit card to order your paint from a palette of colors that exceeded any of the last century’s master artist dreams, you just don’t know!

Then to add insult to injury because your just not sure between the style you stole and the low pressure paint you ordered overnight that it will make you next month’s internet Graff wizard! So just to cover all bases you order two dozen variety caps. Caps by the way that never existed in the “early days”. From a hairline outline to the fat cap that is the circumference of my social studies teachers’ globe. Then you have the audacity to show up to a wall and ask neighboring homes and businesses for permission to utilize their electrical socket so you can plug you’re fucking projector in. Because, god forbid you have to actually eyeball something to figure out some dimensions! That might overload your aptitude to actually fucking figuring something out on your own! Noooooo! You need color by fucking numbers!

Yeah I’m talking to you! Yeah you and you! The next, Banksy, Shepard Fairey wanna-be’s That think well, they did it why can’t I? Why? Because they had an original thought, fuck wit! You on the other hand are an asshole, a copy cat, a fucking Fugazzi! Just like once upon a time struggling artists turned newbie gallery owner/ broker who have minimal understanding of the culture but, capitalize fiscally from the very people that created it. Now if that is not a culture vulture what is? Or the one’s if it weren’t for mommy and daddy’s money would probably be taking it in the ass due to the series of petty crimes they would commit to supply their drug habit based on their in ability to deal with the real world.

Yes, the real world. Not the one where they act like they have a profound understanding of art and culture that to them consists of a hobby and riding the dick of the newest quote “Street Artist!” If that’s not bad enough get a couple of drinks in them at some social event and all the sudden boom! They’re Superman! They get a little froggy and think well? I represent a Street Artist, I must have an understanding of the street! Maaaaaan!!! You don’t have an understanding of shit! You non-history having motherfuckers have no clue! You don’t understand the very foundation and history of where it all came from.

So let me break it down to you, Dartanan!, Once upon a time there were some adventuresome group of adolescents that in most cases weren’t privy to or didn’t have the means to attend art school. It started in Philadelphia and was developed in New York Late 1960’s-late 1980’s these individuals decided to express themselves in a manner that included choosing a fictional name, within that name are letters of the alphabet which became the template of which these individuals developed and reworked over decades and made their own. The tool of choice was “spray paint. Now most didn’t have the resources to buy their spray paint so they decided to (slang word) “Rack it or Steal it). Where would they paint these names? Well, some in obscure areas of the city some not. It was done in the most primitive of ways called single hits or a tag.

That led to tagging most any objects, rolling or not. Then of course the New York City Subway System. Which became the premiere billboard for young aspiring artists. As the time went forward so did the progression of lettering and style. Gone was the original single letter hit style which now developed into a bubble letter style. By this point early 70’s some writers decided that character examples, ie Yosemite Sam, Beetle Bailey, Stick Man (no names do your research) alongside their names would bring additional flair, it did.

So, what started as a tag randomly placed on the car grew into a double outlined letter. Then a bubble letter, later the basis for the Throw Up. The quickest way to get your name around with the least effort. That grew to writers manipulating the letter with shadows, 3D, arrows, bits etc. Later that style of lettering became known as “Wild Style.” Now window down planned letters and color schemes were the norm. That eventually gave way to planned out whole car productions. Some of which could have been witnessed at a variety of stations most famous of which was the gathering hole of the 149th Street bench. Where writers would take images, socialize and exchange tags or styles in the their black books.

Now with the spike in growth of different writers from different areas of the city, coupled with the inherit dangers of traveling alone. It only made sense to create a group or “CREW” normally consisting of writers from an area or a reputation or self imposed image of themselves, ie The CRAZY 5, The FABULOUS 5, The MAGNIFICENT TEAM (TMT) United Artists (U.A.) etc. Going into the 1980’s with the influx of more writers and crew’s and the diminishing amount of train space to paint. It became an inevitable breeding ground for beef between writers and their crews. The beef varied from territory, respect, rules, to outright dislike. Unlike the watered down versions heard today, the reality is some cases turned quite violent via your typical beat down. It turned into getting stabbed or shot and although not often, even death.

The writers of the early years were ingenious in many regards starting with contributing to the advancement of the letter, the planning and preparation it took. Most of which to have their names(art) seen. They went through a myriad of obstacles some of which and aren’t limited to, racking paint, no one bought paint! And trying to rack it. Based on the theme/drawing they had planned prior to going. Sneaking into the yard hiding from work bums(employees of the Transit system), hiding from the oncoming trains themselves depending on what side of the layup you were painting. You never quite knew if that was the train and at night if you were going to get raided by the Vandal Squad. Also, being aware of the 3rd rail you didn’t want to get electrocuted. You didn’t want to be rolled up on by writers who you or your crew had beef with or even if you didn’t, they just wanted to jack your shit just because they could!

These of course are just some of the experiences that took place! It inspired music and movies like Style Wars, Beat Street, Wild Style and books like Subway Art, Spray Can Art, to name a few. It inspired the largest worldwide movement that has produced some of the best artists in the world. This all took place during a time and era that no matter how hard others try to emulate, it can never be replicated again! In the big scheme of things there were only a handful that, lived it and I’m fortunate to say I was one of them!

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Art Basel Miami 2012

Hello, Thanks for stopping by.This  Blog site is an extension of the book. Prior to the release of the book this blog will under go a face lift, there will be a video and an official press release,This is also where all the pictures that didn’t make the book will be put.There are several hundred.

There will also be actual newspaper articles, and elaboration on additional stories.There were a variety of reasons for this , The clarity of the photo,The sequence of chapters, crew members that didn’t want to participate,the legal aspects etc. And finally this is a published book. With that came the reality that we had to be realistic, we couldn’t make the MPC bible.

But what we did do was put together the full history of this crew with ample photos that span over 30 years with stories,quotes from crew members and famous people within the genre.All coincide with the history laid out in the chapters.

It is here that you the reader will have an opportunity  to ask (any question) regarding MPC or it members.It can be about stories you heard through the years,are they truth or fact? You can ask us to elaborate about a story in the book or an individual and their relationship with the crew.It could be about specific war stories during Cap’s era, the beef between Slip and Cap what really happened?. It could be about the making of this book ,who participated? who didn’t ?and why. It could be about members who are no longer here, how did they die what was behind it..It will be answered in the most respectful way .Nothing will be held back,We will do our best to answer All questions.Don’t get it twisted ,there is not another crew like it in the history of graffiti writing! The MPC Crew from The Bronx NY,Defining the word “Street”in Street Art since 1977!   MPC BOOK

I’m happy to say all goals were met, and the end result was accomplished regarding getting the history of the MPC  crew out there.With that said ,Its time to move on.This will be our last post on this site.If you want to see what members are up to check the links to the right for there individual sites. Thank you for the support of the site and the Book.Hopefully with  the additional stories,and images you have got a better feel for the crew as a whole.We had a great time in Miami. I want to thank All City paint team for the support and  great time,The Adjust gallery and Blade for there hospitality,and a shout to Cope 2 for his support.Peace,,

Miami Times

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All additional images, stories,bio’s,steps to making the book are up,

As promised, this hopefully should give a little more insight to text, and images that didn’t make the book. Thank You

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MPC Book Signing @ The Adjust Gallery during Art Basel, Miami Dec 7th 7:00pm

Just recently confirmed we will be doing a  book signing for the Morris Park Crew Book  at the Adjust gallery during  Blade’s show. The boys from All City Paint will be in full effect .We have a wall and will  be doing a mural representing the All City brand spray paint. Confirmed artists are Blade, Slip,  NY,Pheud, Gamma, Denver ,Brisk  from San Diego,and Duce,from  L.A.These guys will make us look good!

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FatCap.com

MPC BOOK

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December 3rd, All additional images and stories will drop,Thank you

Morris Park Crew–The Official History is soon to be released by Schiffer Publishing. Available October 28, the tome is, as the title clearly states, the official history of the Bronx crew that originated in 1977. 1983’s Style Wars brought fame to the crew and especially to second generation member and uber bomber Cap1, which made him MPC’s most known personality. This book aims to inform on the over 30 year history of the crew as a whole, not only on Cap, through photographs and stories behind them. The until now, little known complete history of one of graffiti’s most iconic crews promises to set the record straight on how it all went down. This book is not to be missed. In the often temporary realm of graffiti, the stories and photographs, the History, is sometimes the only thing you have.

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Rock 161 in da house shun!!!

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Sunny in the high 60’s

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Colt MPC

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Caze- Kid Roise- Ace,

http://kidroise.blogspot.com/

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Slip Mpc -Mack Tats

Last week had the pleasure to meet and paint a quick piece with Mack from the Tats Cru, Mack is out in the Texas area were we know some of the same people, So after some phone calls and emails last-minute we set it up. The 1st stop was the LA underground where he placed an order of All City Paint to ship back. Then we hit the wall and knocked these out.The night before i ran down to buff it and outline my piece and character.Bboy characters are not my thing  being a white boy but,felt it was quick and appropriate .Next time I want to match up lettering styles and get busy till then had a great time,,

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Supply and Demand

Hang tight, it’s getting crazy with the 3rd party sales.Again after the book is fully out there we will drop all additional images and stories to coincide w Book,,

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Thanks

I received some calls and emails regarding the book being sold out. Please be patient I know, easier said than done but, I was assured from the publisher there will be plenty .Its a process of distribution and the hurricane didn’t help matters.Once the book is fully out we will release the additional stories and images.Thanks again

CBS News Money Watch

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Amazon top 6 out of a 100

 Tomorrow can be 30 its all good ,And when I see Banksy ima smack him for GP lol!

Best Sellers in Graffiti & Street Art

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Morris Park Crew: The Official History
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1 new from $34.99

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Infamous Bronx Graffiti Group Documents 30 years of history in new memoirs,,

HERE

Wired

Wire Service

Boston Globe

San Francisco Chronicle

Columbus dispatch

Chron

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Light @ the end of the tunnel

Well?were finally here .I feel i could write a book on these past couple of years alone .It has been a learning process of not only about  myself but,a true test of sobriety, friendships, loyalty,and part insanity of  the people involved with this crew.I want to start by thanking all of you who have supported us over these past few years.As far as the book were off to a great start, .We will be taking a break from this site for a while.If you have questions ask now because when this all settles down it will be a closed subject.And all that will be left is the book and this site.We will be doing our 1st book signing at Blade’s solo show during Art Basel in Miami December 7th @7.00pm at the Adjust Gallery.More on this in a few weeks.Below is a closing note.Thank You again !

Under normal circumstances key word being normal.I would  not have bothered with a lot of the bullshit that I’ve had to endure this past couple of years regarding getting the history of this crew out there.But, really a lot of that BS has been the fuel for me wanting to pound it down there fucking throats,,I’ve heard stupid shit from why should he do it ?I don’t know you people have been sitting on your asses for 20 years ! When would be a good time? he cant do it! Really? When I say they? it’s a few individuals.And those individuals have been by far the biggest disappointment. It wasn’t the fact they didn’t want to get involved ,That I could have respected. It was the manner of which they backed out of it was what I couldn’t rap my head around.I saved every email .. Grown men who didn’t have the balls,common sense,and most important loyalty to the crew they represented.All based on their ,ignorance,and fear of the person they followed as little kids and where still afraid to stand up to as adults.That has been the biggest embarrassment for me as the person who started MPC,that they as members and now as adults couldn’t stand up for themselves.And that’s what makes them the biggest disgrace to this crew! This has little to do with graffiti but, more about life.Respect and loyalty aren’t just words you have to live by them or pay a price ,and sometimes that price can be quite costly as some will experience.

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MPC Book

Folks ,Amazon is temporarily out for the pre-order thank you.You can pre-order from Barnes and Noble and others at a similar discount price before it hits the shelves.See links below ,,Thanks

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MPC Book Release is set for October 28th 2012.

All Additional Images ,Stories, and articles , will drop Monday morning with the official release of the book .Thank You!  read-morris-park-crew-the-official-historyAcclaim Mag

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MPC Book Trailer

 

Amazon

Schiffer

Ask David

All Books

Paperback

Powells Books

Overstock

Ebay

Bushwoodbooks

Boomerang

Foyles

U read

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QBD

Barnes and noble

EVERYWHERE!!!!!

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Thank You,,France

Escoffier would  proud Im a culinary graduate, and im an Author of a crew about the greatest artform the world has ever known,,,

The books drops Oct 28th so they say,, Thanks France

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Finland in Da House!!!

Thanks for the support the book drops in 3 weeks please pass it on.

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United Kingdom Thank You,,

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Big Subway Archives from 12 oz

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Thank You, Switzerland

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Rock 161 MPC original,,

Our boy Rock is fighting some health issues but,he’s coming along as you can see not much has changed,,

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A look inside from Schiffer

http://www.schifferbooks.com/newschiffer/book_template.php?isbn=9780764341571

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Book Testimonial Quotes/ Foreward By Blade

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Thank You Australia!!!

Thanks Australia for your support please pass it on the book drops 6-8 weeks,Fellow Australians that contributed and  that are in the book are Queen Spice from the Stick Up Girls and old school writer Poser from New Rock Crew,,

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Morris Park Crew Book/Here, there ,and everywhere,,,,

A peek inside Chapter 7 Style Wars! Schiffer didn’t disappoint, 160 pages 400 images .As an extension of the book All additional Images, Stories and public interaction will be held here!!!!

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Kass Nejm MPC

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Top views around the globe Thank you,,

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Rest In Peace

The Morris Park Crew Rest In Peace section ,month in and out is the #1 page /post that is most read.  Check It out ,L to R  The originals,,Wedge2? Speed 3,Shorty5 ,??

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Black Book 2

This one isnt the best picture but, great line up, Futura2ooo,Skeet, Cap,Smily 149,Rock161, Fab 5 Freddy,Slip3,Cey, and even a little Zephyr in red I believe. All courtesy of Tracy 168

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StayHigh 149

If you have a chance and some extra cash this is a perfect opportunity to own some great works from these big hitters of the game,all while contributing to this noble cause put on by Dirty Pilot and Terror161,,

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Black Book in da day

I personally don’t have anything from back in da day regarding Black Book work, So when Tracy posted these, it was a pleasant surprise, I mentioned before I could write a book about my adventures with Tracy.Tracy has a video of us from some interview that goes back to the 80’s.Ive been trying to get it before the video release of the book but, as some know it’s a process. There are some cool pieces that didn’t make the book by a variety of crew members that will be posted when the book drops,,Here are the names as follows by Tracy -CHI CHI 133, JERRY WS ,SLIP 3,REA..JIMMY HA HA .. COM 161 ..NOMAD TFO ..JOLT TFO. POSE TFO WS ..SONNY..T.KID..CEM…RIC ONE..BILLY 167.. SANTANA..TRIM…& TRACY 168

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Top 12 Thank You,,

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The Olympics

Congrats to all Olympiads that proudly represented their countries. Its been a pleasure watching the games My favorites are the gymnasts and track and field but, Took an interest in the women’s volley ball ,those ladies killed it! After watching the American Men’s track and field I thought how fast can a human being possibly run? Then I watched the Jamaican Men’s team and was floored!All the games were great. These folks are the best of the best. A special shout  to our great athletes in this country that made us proud including the non gold winners.And a special shout to Allison Felix you have a beautiful smile and a killer body.Im not gonna front I couldn’t handle it but, id like to die trying!

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Acclaimmag.com

Acclaimmag.com/arts/read-morrisparkcrew-official history

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A little look inside

MPC BOOK

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One of the greatest graffiti pioneer footage filmed.

In today’s day and age of the internet,galleries ,and self-imposed players legitimizing  graffiti on the back of street art .This video has become that much more refreshing.Since coming back into this Ive been amazed by the enormity of it all,I’ve also have had the luxury of being a sound board of discontent toward aspects of that enormity and some of the players involved. Some a little resentment perhaps,But you can’t hate people who have the ambition ,drive and ultimately help this so-called movement. The other side of that coin justifies a little of that hateraid, As a case and point Sascha Jenkins had made the point previously that there is an over saturation  in Graffiti books.He wasn’t joking! I have to admit that when we were trying to get this deal and it didn’t come right away I said your joking right? These guys got book deals under the banner of street art /graffiti but, we can’t?No hate just fact I thought who is this? where are they from?I quickly learned that no,This is the flavor of the week,Oh? this person is a fan of graffiti, he/she Bought collections of other people’s works.Or maybe they were photographers which in itself is all good. The problem is and there’s a couple 1 is it lessons the opportunity for someone who actually lived it to receive a book deal .A little biased? Yes I mean I’d rather read about the adventures of the true pioneers or the TMT RTW  ,UA, Tc5  hell id like to read about anyone or crew then I would someone who is a fan. Make sense? This not only minimizes there chances of getting published ,it also slowly dictates the truth and  course of that history.And when I say history I mean NY.Speaking of which Ket said to me Slip People don’t give a shit about history ! He may be right but,If you play baseball shouldn’t you know who Babe Ruth is? Anyway,Now a person that was  fan and received a couple of book deals, and wrote some  articles in some hipster magazine is being perceived by some as an authority/historian in a genre they never lived.Now throw some big money towards that genre because after all there is money to be made somewhere. And where does that money come by way of? What has graffiti been trying to legitimize itself as?Thats right! I knew you weren’t that slow an ART FORM.So galleries are now interested but, who are they going to turn to for authenticity? You guessed it the guy who was a fan and wrote a couple of books and articles.That person now is thrown into the title of a curator he /she is an official historian of Graffiti /Street art.Hey I get it they worked hard ,they interviewed,They were driven ,passionate,They helped legitimize this movement don’t hate.Yeah but, when your trying to be part of a movement that you helped start and are told you cant be apart of that show or paint that wall because its reserved for the wheat paste/stencil wizard from bum fuck Egypt .You can understand my frustration can’t you?

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Schiffer Publishing Presents

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Henry Chalfant’s Big Subway Archive by Henry Chalfant & Max Hergenrother

Big Subway

Whatuwrite on top of all the daily news, One worth checking out,,

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Wall Writers

Received this from Bates Pass it on,,

Wall writers-Roger Gastman

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Acme Sundays

After trying to catch up w house work, I went out well after noon, Those guys were finishing up and me and Cesar rocked these . I met Cesar last yr while painting the gate for the Owner of Acme,He came down and showed me  all his canvas work he did in Oil and Acrylic,Great stuff Spray paint is new to him but, as you could see got  skills,,

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Martin Wong Graffiti Collection

We have recieved a lot of emails and requests over time, some strange and some cool this is cool.According to Tracy 168 Chi Chi’s Black Book she’s refering to belongs to him .Anyway straight to the museum. Who would have thought?

Hi, I’m cataloging the Museum of the City of New York’s Martin Wong Graffiti Collection. We have two pieces by Billy 167, one in Chi Chi 133’s black book and another in an unknown writer or crew’s black book. I have two questions. First, do you know Billy 167’s real name? We want his real name to include in our lexicon of graffiti writers. Second, did you take the photo of Billy 167 with the MTA id that appears on your blog? If so, may we repost the photo on the museum’s blog? We would credit the photo to you and link back to your blog. I’m working on a blog entry that describes the process of cataloging our graffiti collection, including the identification of writers such as Billy 167, who have long since passed. I would appreciate any information you may have. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Lauren RobinsonDigital Project CatalogerMuseum of the City of New York1220 5th AvenueNew York, NY 10029

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Rest In Peace

There are 2 images I wish I had ,One of them is the P.nut 2 piece above the one I did on Moshulu pkway.Some asshole went over it. The other is the Super Kool 223 tag to the right of one I had by Park side projects.Both of theirs were there 1st obviously

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Morris Park Crew Book

Morris Park Crew Book

Hello, Thanks for stopping by.This  Blog site will be an extension of the book. Prior to the release of the book this blog will under go a face lift, there will be a video and an official press release,This is also where all the pictures that didn’t make the book will be put.There are several hundred.

There will also be actual newspaper articles, and elaboration on additional stories.There were a variety of reasons for this , The clarity of the photo,The sequence of chapters, crew members that didn’t want to participate,the legal aspects etc. And finally this is a published book. With that came the reality that we had to be realistic, we couldn’t make the MPC bible.

But what we did do was put together the full history of this crew with ample photos that span over 30 years with stories,quotes from crew members and famous people within the genre.All coincide with the history laid out in the chapters.

It is here that you the reader will have an opportunity  to ask (any question) regarding MPC or it members.It can be about stories you heard through the years,are they truth or fact? You can ask us to elaborate about a story in the book or an individual and their relationship with the crew.It could be about specific war stories during Cap’s era, the beef between Slip and Cap what really happened?. It could be about the making of this book ,who participated? who didn’t ?and why. It could be about members who are no longer here, how did they die what was behind it..It will be answered in the most respectful way .Nothing will be held back,We will do our best to answer All questions.Don’t get it twisted ,there is not another crew like it in the history of graffiti writing!    MPC BOOK

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