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Wooster Collective: Interview with Snake I

In recognition of the release of the 35th anniversary special edition of Jon Naar’s Faith of

In recognition of the release of the 35th anniversary special edition of Jon Naar’s Faith of Graffiti – a book which captures the essence of one of New York City’s most important and culturally defining subcultures – Wooster Collective sit down with graffiti artist Snake I for a retrospective of his early experiences around town as told by Naar through the photographs in his book. Enjoy!

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