Esplanade 1999

Esplanade, 180 st. station in the Bronx was the spot I “allegedly”  painted many many a subway car. You could stand on these massive concrete “tombs” (as we called them) and lean way over to reach the top of the subway car to paint it, having subway keys,“allegedly” would allow us to turn the lights on in the train behind us for some light and “allegedly” that’s how top to bottom trains were, or may have been painted way back then!

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He may be best known for his development of the 3D graffiti style that has influenced thousands worldwide to follow his technique; however, Vales, has a portfolio reaching far beyond what might be expected from a graffiti artist. Now a creative powerhouse, Vales has completed many successful projects ranging from large-scale murals, to art directing films and videos, fashion, photography to restaurant and nightclub interior design worldwide. His collaborations have placed him in the heart of Google’s NYC office and the surreal world of photographer David LaChapelle. He has also worked closely with video director Hype Williams, spanning his art across all mediums.

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