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 n.— «The biographical blurbs written by Mr. Martinez for the veteran graffiti artists in the show are not the kind of restrained prose usually found in the gallery world or a classroom. One artist, Case 2, is described as “a demon god of the oldest of the old school piecers.”» —“Be Sure to Read the Handwriting on the Wall” by Randy Kennedy in New York City New York Times Nov. 24, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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