You have to check out the link above. You just have to…
It’s a wonderful, unique 2 minute indulgence in to the scandalous world of graffiti art
and what better way to watch it than as it rolls by on a train
As it was meant to be seen..
A friend on Flickr wrote me the other day:
“to think that this “rolling billboard” rolling wall” travels from canada into the usa and through nashville. cool stuff,
and vice versa, stuff from nashville rolling into canada into the big cities.”
A fellow enthusiast is loving my stuff, from another corner of the world! He’s giving me insight too, filling me in on some tags, names so I can give credit where credit is very much due…
“I did a road trip this year through Washington Idaho Montana and North Dakota, and I noticed that there aren’t many cities but a lot of small towns, and for a lot of kids trains are the only change in scenery.
So I found it cool to think that there are kids out there that make sure to watch each train rolling through town, and how it must inspire them to become apart of this movement.”
Video recording really helps. I’m going to try to capture better footage, so please forgive the shaky cam.
I get a bit excited when one comes by. There are so many, you’d think I was over it by now.
I’ve started posting mini snippets of boxcars rolling by.
I could sit and watch ‘em for hours too. There’s something relaxing about it. It’ll put you to sleep if you’re not careful…
My hope is that the artists, their family, friends and fans get to see their art,
their creativity….their self expression.
I’m just out there because I love it! Looking and recording,
Ready to share my love for such a unique, captivating art form.
Plus as thegraffitihunter and with so many international contacts, I now have a reputation to live up to. tgh