Kofie

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Graffiti writer now working in the Fine Arts, who is still active in the graffiti community

Kofie on KCRW

Graffiti writers have teachers, codes of conduct and ethical standards. Not all of them are involved with gangs.

Graffiti in Los Angeles: Art, Vandalism or Both?

Graffiti writers have teachers, codes of conduct and ethical standards. Not all of them are involved with gangs.

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