Risky -w- OG Abel

This wall is really official! The heavy amount of detail in the skull has me taking notes. After wrapping up some large characters on a wall in Hollywood, I’ve gotten a big more excited about being the “background” guy on the wall.

It’s funny how graffiti writers often associate characters as being secondary or a side feature to pieces on a wall. Or by doing characters on a wall you are doing a generous favor to anyone who has a piece on that wall. To passerby’s on the street, or to anyone who does not write, what usually catches them is anything but the letters.

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