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At the concrete factory 7 by sc3L At the concrete factory 7 by sc3L
disko style with neon!
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:iconthe-death-sordsman:
The-Death-SordsMan Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
The whole 5th floor is gone...
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:icontheemptywhiteroom:
TheEmptyWhiteRoom Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
This deviation has been featured in my journal alongside a selection of other pieces of traditional art.
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:iconpifu:
PIFu Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2007
what cans are u using in these? i mean these neon colors ;) do they work well when it's cold? :)
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:iconomarvdv:
omarvdv Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2007
I love how tight it is.. from this view it really does look slick which make me think you used an airbrush or something! I doubt it though..

I was wondering what kind of spray can brand you use.. (can you PM me about it maybe? thnx)
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Dusk101 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2007
dude... i hope to be this funky someday.

fucking nice one.
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:iconmousemousemouse:
mouseMOUSEmouse Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2007
hah yo funki :P disko number 5 :P great work mate
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:iconmattrobinson:
mattrobinson Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2007
This is fucking amazing! Ignore the comments about writing slogans instead of your name.. that just gets really cheesey, really quick.. besides - you've hit the nail on the head with this one! :clap:
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:iconpatswerk:
patswerk Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2007
That 'E' is fuckin dope
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:iconscrps:
Scrps Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2007
Like everyone else is saying here, this is unique stuff. Everywhere you paint looks like a movie setting. It's old and abandoned, but everything looks clean somehow. Guess what I'm saying is good location and great camera shot.
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:iconrapidvision:
rapidvision Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007
Excellence.
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:iconthedevilmyself:
TheDevilMyself Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Man, you sure retouch these shots alot - color correction, little edits here and there - that E - what's with that sloppy photo-fill in the black? Makes me seriously question whether or not this shit is real - if you took a picture way up close maybe at an extreme angle showing off the texture of the wall then i'd be sure to believe this ain't just a photoshop job - plus, with all your knowledge of adobe products i really wouldn't be suprised if this is all fabricated - still looks tight, though.
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djprodigy Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hell yes!
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:iconarthuro:
arthuro Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007
love this "disko" style ^^
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:iconlollypopzs:
lollypopzs Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2007
I like the contrast between the flashy graffiti and the destroyed environment.
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:iconalkiol:
alkiol Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
This one is especially good. It's amazing how clean it is. You pick some great spots to spray - and the photography is really special too, keep it up.
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trick312 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
i love it
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:icontrick312:
trick312 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
i love it
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BloodyCheerleader Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
sweet :)
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:icongonzoguilt:
GonzoGuilt Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
the color jumps out at you! and who's this overflow fool. he can do his own graffiti if he doesn't like it. I think that putting your tag up in different ways is proving the kind of talent you have, to stick to one word or name and just run with it in so many ways.
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gbas Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
how do u find these places?

very nice :)
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:iconespoze:
ESPOZE Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
damn good!!!
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:icond100r6n:
D100R6N Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
reaal fresh :)
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:iconmigueltortilla:
migueltortilla Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
neon what?! really fresh spot loving the elevatorin'
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:iconnorep:
Norep Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
very cool :)_
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:iconbitstarr:
bitstarr Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007  Professional Interface Designer
yeah, great colorz again!
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:iconrudeoz:
rudeoz Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
lovely piece man
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:iconm0un:
m0un Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007   Writer
it seems that you sprayed that whole factory already:)
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:iconb0n1t0:
b0n1t0 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
awesome :)
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:iconpunkt11:
punkt11 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
top notch
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:iconzenque:
zenque Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
yes men great work :)
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:iconkuide0:
kuide0 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
good work yo :)
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:iconnewklear:
newklear Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007  Professional General Artist
That owns at life, sir :)
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:iconsc3l:
sc3L Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2007
thank you, sir :)
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:iconribcages:
ribcages Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
one of my favorites, definitely
how do you find these places?
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:iconexo242:
EXO242 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
the colours are poppin'
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0verfl0w Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
why are u always drawing your nick? wright something..
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:icon0verfl0w:
0verfl0w Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
i mean something else like picture or any slogan..
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:iconstrafe-unlimited:
STRAFE-Unlimited Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
Why? Surely writers don't need to paint characters or slogans if it's not their particular interest. Besides, the process of working with the same combo of letters and pushing them in a new direction is part of the fun of it. Personally I prefer to see that sort of progression than artists changing subject matter entirely.
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0verfl0w Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
i just think that drawing ur nick is not interesting. for example u saw it and think that it is ok. but when u see slogan u like and autor sign u think that he is kick ass guy) maby i am wrong.
for example :
graffity is not crime
sc3L
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krazykarl Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
i agree... whenever i see tags in my area that are just names or gangs, i think to myself: "wow you can tell what this person thinks about all the time: themselves."

i also totally agree with strafe in pushing the progression of style, but why not apply that style to something that has meaning... like something that leaves a little grin on the viewer's face... or something that leaves them thinking, and thinking about it again later that day... or something that brightens their day... like "be the change you want in the world" or "you can only see as far as you think"...... or umm... "freedom is a state of mind" etc

then maybe sign it with sc3L so people actually know that sc3L is your name... because if i saw just "sc3L," i wouldnt know if it was a person's alias, the name of a clique, or maybe the name of some sweet video encoding sofware program

p.s. i love the colors you used... sweet gradients. and i love the thin curly lines coming out of the edges... very nice touch =)
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0verfl0w Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
true true. absolutely agree with u mate :)
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sc3L Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
you know, to me its not even so important what im writin, scel is my name thats why im writing it, but whats really important is the whole thing around it, going to those places, chill, have fun , meeting friends, destroyin shit and so on, and beeing creative of course!
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dreamsfade77 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2007
understnad what you mean, im a shit writer really but when given the chance to go paint with some friends of mine i go do it because its just cool to chill and paint etc
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dreamsfade77 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2007
but these arent tags or bombs, its taking your name and making it look interesting. the quote thing is more something you spray underneath, to make a piece out of something that long is not the best idea. personally im a crap painter, however i know some real good guys and they agree that you keep what you paint short. you take your name and change it alot. it doesnt matter if it doesnt have a meaning its how good you make it look.
sure some artists paint people and stuff but that takes years to get right. pieces like this are the most common, some are shit and more like bombs, this however is a style i havent seen much before one that stands out and makes you go wow, fancy tag and meaning or not
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STRAFE-Unlimited Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2007
Agreed. I thought I wouldn't get back into discussing this, but I just can't help it. These are well sited, designed and executed pieces. If that doesn't resonate with you guys, and you feel that phrases or figurative elements are required for a piece of graffiti to have meaning, then obviously abstract art is not your thing. Nothing wrong with that, I just find it a bit much that you need to suggest to someone that they change their subject matter. I think the liberating thing about graffiti and street art is that much of it IS closer to design than traditional art and you can't apply the same systems of analysis.

Also, have you considered that the existence of a piece of graffiti in a disused industrial space is part of the meaning of the work itself? Sometime art is an action, rather than merely the end result.
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