Originally posted by CRUSH KILL DESTROY
its just rare to see a corner parking lot hit in jersey, that shit is mainly a new york thing. as far as the north jersey buff machine the only way to beat the buff is to keep hitting spots over and over, and to get creative with your spots,
there are people out here that do that but my point is your never going to get an entire highway with burners under every bridge if nothing runs for more than 2 weeks. check the layers deep buff marks on 280. last highway peice i did was gone in about 6 hours. people drivng by in by in the daytime after i hit it were like "i didnt see anything."
your right about the need to get creative. a lot of people up here have a "neighborhood king" mentality that stops them from traveling very far to hit spots that people will see or that will run. the good news is that there seems to be a renewed interest in graffiti among the 12-20 age group which has resulted in a lot of anoying toys but should bear fruit in the form of some serious writers pretty soon.
i want to emphasize that there are a TON of spots up here waiting to be claimed or reclaimed. how many people on here can even name all the active commuter train lines in jersey? pascack valley line anyone? bergen county line? what about highways? how many of you have bombed 208? in sumation, get busy people.
on a lighter note did anyone see the front page article in the ledger today about "gangs." there was a lot of flicks of some "hot shit" like "n.s.k.g." (north side killer gangsters bloods) ive been seeing that around wondering what it means. also "5 poppin 6 dropping," and "double i bloods" with what looks like a very large stencil. for real, depending on how the media spins the connection between gangs and graffiti this could mean very bad things for the legal situation and the buff situation. so lets hope for the best.