Steve Grody

Author of 'Graffiti L.A.: Street Styles and Art'

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Steve Grody 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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