The Seventh Letter Armor

Los Angeles based collective, The Seventh Letter Crew consists of a number of world renowned graffiti artists. They have taken their artistic talents to create a jewelry brand by the name of The Seventh Letter Armor. Each piece of Armor is handmade in house at the TSL studio – they don’t use any computers, or CNCs to make the jewelry. Visit www.tslarmor.com for a look at this process. These new pieces will be debuting at Agenda Trade Show, which takes place January 24th – 26th, 2008.

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Los Angeles based collective, The Seventh Letter Crew consists of a number of world renowned graffiti artists. They have taken their artistic talents to create a jewelry brand by the name of The Seventh Letter Armor. Each piece of Armor is handmade in house at the TSL studio – they don’t use any computers, or CNCs to make the jewelry. Visit www.tslarmor.com for a look at this process. These new pieces will be debuting at Agenda Trade Show, which takes place January 24th – 26th, 2008.

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