Oakland Terminal X Bazooka Films: For The Archives – Cuba

By - Thursday, August 20th, 2015

If you don’t reside in Oakland you probably haven’t hear of Oakland Terminal. Well listen up, cause they are doing some pretty fresh things out there in the Bay Area. Oakland Terminal is a gallery dedicated to graffiti and it’s heritage in the Bay. There’s a lot of history in those parts, and the Terminal Gallery wants to make sure it is remembered. They have done events with KING 157 and just wrapped up an event dedicated to the legend DREAM of TDK. They also put on a lot of up and coming writers, like the show they did recently with UTER.

This video gets at their roots as the bay area’s graffiti historians. CUBA was a writer from back in the day the most young guns won’t remember. They caught up with him to talk about the old scene and how he got his name and style. Watch as he drops some old school handstyles and shoots the shit with Bazooka Films. We are definitely looking forward to more in this series.

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