Graffiti Tag Tuesday: Washington D.C.

By - Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Doors covered with tags like these are not plentiful on the “tourist side” of Washington D.C., but if you travel a little further from the monument and museum side of the city, you can find doors covered in graffiti in almost any alleyway. This door is near a fish market that is a famous local spot for D.C. graffiti writers. Almost all of D.C.’s current writers have a few tags or throws scattered throughout this area. This door also happens to document several graffiti “arguments” amongst writers. It’s primarily covered with the markings of NEHI and JAWSO battling it out with SHAZR, but also has tags belonging to writers like CANSER, NEIN, REZIST, DABS and REKO.

Don’t see your favorite D.C. writer? Give us a shout in the comments section below, or tweet at us @12ozProphet and tell us who you’d like to see featured on next week’s Tag Tuesday.

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