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This weeks spotlight is on Junk One
WorldBench: So what do you write, where are you from, and what crews do you represent?
Junk: I write JUNK, Im from Belgrade/Serbia, Im member of “ZCP”? ( ZAGREB CITY PLAYAZ ) crew from Zagreb and “YUGO80S” from Belgrade. ( the second crew is just for legal walls)
WorldBench: I know you’ve travelled alot through europe to paint, where all have you gone, and where do you want to go to paint?
Junk: Before I couldn’t travel much because we needed a visa to be able to go somewhere but in last few years I have painted in Spain, Austria, Greece, Croatia, Hungary… In the future I want to go somewhere away from Europe !
WorldBench: Where was your favorite place to paint?
Junk: My favorite place in Europe for living and painting is Barcelona, definitely!
I have great memories from that city!
WorldBench: Any last words or shout outs?
Junk: I would like to give a shout out to all my people and friends and other writers who I admire. Don’t paint for others, paint for yourself!
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All pictures copyright 2010 JunkOne
I write – JUNK
Im from Belgrade/Serbia
Im member of “ZCP” ?( ZAGREB CITY PLAYAZ ) crew from Zagreb and “YUGO80S” from Belgrade. ( the second crew is just for legal walls)
Before I couldn’t travel much because we needed a visa to be able to go somewhere but in last few years I have painted in Spain, Austria, Greece, Croatia, Hungary…
In the future I want to go somewhere away from Europe !
My favorite place in Europe for living and painting is Barcelona, definitely!
I have great memories from that city!
I would like to give a shout out to all my people and friends and other writers who I admire.
dont paint for others ,paint for yourself!
dsek is a true graffiti vandal,but dont put limitations on the kid ,as one of mexicos upcoming artists desk has his eyes on the prize and the world,I dont think were ready
1.state your name gangsta.
DSEK TKO FCV 2KER (aka) Dsek World
2. so you been killin mexicali for years what is different about the scene in mexico compared to the scene in the states?
the federal police patrolling the streets with AR-15 (cuerno de chivo gun)
plus the jail in mexico is crazy
3.when i went to visit you guys in 06 i was amazed at how ruthless it was is shit still wide open there?
4.what is dsek world?
is a project of graffity and street art to make some money
5.you recently had an art show in san antonio how was that?
I was perfect just chilling with the crew and party and winning money so just perfect
6.how is the art scene in mexico? …
very conservative in all aspects
but now there is a movement of artists and designers who are doing good works, There are enough talented people right now
7.whats on the ipod?
QUITE VARIED: THE PSYCHO REALM, MUCHO MUCHACHO, TONY TOUCH, PEDRO INFANTE, MASSIVE ATTACK, LOS TIGRES DEL NORTE, SEX PISTOLS, PINK FLOYD, JOHNNY CASH, JOY DIVISION.
8.montana or rusto?
RUSTO!!! FOR FREE IN ONE PRICE STORE JEJEJEJE…
9.whats next for dsek?
TOKYO JAPAN AND SOME TACOS AL PASTOR
10.where can people purchase your goods?
ON MYSPACE www.myspace.com/dsekone and coming soon www.dsekworld.com
11.anything else that you want to say?
UN PINCHE greeting from the border VATOS.
The new Day In The Lyfe magazine got a little interview with the homie Koze TKO. This might be there last issue so go cop that shit. You can check out the whole zine online @ http://dayinthelyfe.com/the-magazine/day-in-the-lyfe-9.html
The rap world needs more emissaries like Yak Ballz. Articulate, educated, dedicated and innovative, Yak, born Yashar Zadeh, has spent nearly ten years in the game. Packing a track record which speaks volumes more than an inflated ego ever could, the NYC native is ready establish his residency as one of hip-hop?s next heavy-hitters.
Born to Persian-Iranian immigrants and brought up in Flushing, Queens, Yak Ballz caught his first break in 1999, after appearing on the Stretch [Armstrong] and Bobbito [Garcia] show, which had already showcased legends like Big L, Kool Keith, and Large Professor. The following year, a 12? release on Bobbito?s Fondle ?Em label amplified the hype surrounding the acerbic-tongued upstart, which subsequently opened doors at both Eastern Conference, and Definitive Jux records. With a slew of releases now under his belt, including three well-received full-lengths: My Claim, Scifentology, and his latest, Scifentology II, the True City Killer is poised to become your new favorite artist.
Yak?s chameleonic lyricism feels just as comfortable on hooks or extended verses as it does on bouncy or dissonant instrumentals, and it is this snap-inducing flow that has netted him a cult following. By catching the attention of URB and Rolling Stone magazines, collaborating with a gamut of artists (most notably super-group The Weathermen), and spearheading Scifen Apparel, he has guaranteed his presence in rap?s posterity. Here is a brief peek into his agenda.
?Graffiti was like my gateway drug [?] it developed my sense of style across the board from music to fashion to art and how I represent myself as person and artist in my career.?
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Rest In Peace
Ynot TKO, Over TKO, Alannah "Cali" Cerra, Nems, Kerse, Eroe, Cluer TKO, Provoke WAI, Noxn WAI, Bernie "Oil" Perez, Alot17, Sure, Nekst, Dare, Dash2000, Tie One, Dream TDK, Iz the Wiz, Dondi, Stay High 149, Phrite, Heist