Abyss

Hello?” Answers Rob.“We’re going skydiving. You and me, this December.” I reply.There’s a moment’s silence on the line, broken by a tentative, “OK”One thing about Rob I’ve come to truly appreciate is that you can call him up and have the above conversation – verbatim. Rare is the character who is at the drop of …

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BAZ-Art Salt River Cape Town, painter's feet up against a wall.

Street BAZ-Ar(t)

Admittedly I was tentative steering into the lot. Having only interacted with their reps briefly and having made the mistake of giving the rumours weight, or perhaps suffering a modest case of pre article jitters. Culminating to ambiguous vibes, to say the least. Parking the car and mentally going over the plan once again. A…

Carousel in Johanessburg airport South Africa Saffari from Cape Town took, although he usually writes about graffiti.

On Today’s Episode of Saffari’s a Bleeding Naan Bread: Missing a Flight – An Exploration of Price Discrimination.

Now I know you aren’t particularly interested in my carelessness, nor am i particularly interested in sharing this with the world. That being said, here’s the story of how I managed to spend a whole months budget by miss-reading the fine print. It kicks off with waking up late, slightly hungover and not fully packed. …

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Keith Vlahakis, We the People piece outside the drawing romm cafe, Observatory Cape Town, Saffari.

Word off the Street

Ok, ok, so this academic, Alex Kataras has some interesting views on what gets graff artists ticking and “the role of advertising, propaganda and graffiti art” in shaping the collective consciousness of a society. It’s a pretty heavy read, so here’s a condensed version, infused with what I’ve learnt on the street so far. Alex …

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