Posts Tagged ‘Miguel’

DIE SLOW, MIGUEL (640, IT) – San Diego, CA

Sunday, January 19th, 2014

DIESLOWMIGUEL640-SanDiegoCA

“BORN INTO LAW” Collaborative Street Poem Project – East Bay, CA

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Graffiti painted by GATS – Poem written by Roberto Miguel

Born Into Law  Tempered to Adhere.
“Born Into Law. Tempered to Adhere.”

Mechanized Rusting Marking Time Clinging Toxic at Concrete.
“Mechanized Rusting Marking Time. Clinging Toxic at Concrete.”

This Poem is in its Cage. Each Letter is a Fence.
“This Poem is in its Cage. Each Letter is a Fence.”

Bleeding the Sum of my Conditioning.
“Bleeding the Sum of my Conditioning.”

To The Border of Yours.
“To The Border of Yours.”

A Sun's Wealth in a Fortress.
“A Sun’s Wealth in a Fortress.”

The Weight of Excess Rests on Fragile Clouds.
“The Weight of Excess Rests on Fragile Clouds.”

Laughing at Your Pitiful Subway Fare.
“Laughing at Your Pitiful Subway Fare.”

Glass Shatters.
“Glass Shatters.”

Descending Shards Pin Skin to The Bounty of Dismantling.
“Descending Shards Pin Skin to The Bounty of Dismantling.”

The City Is Ours.
“The City Is Ours.”

This was the “BORN INTO LAW” Collaborative Street Poem Project executed by GATS in which he painted an entire poem in large scale rollers across the East Bay. Each line in a location relevant to it’s meaning. The project climaxed with a secret art show and celebration of community where the last line of the poem, “THE CITY IS OURS” was painted.

SWAMPY, MIGUEL, ILLEGAL TROUBLE – Oakland, CA

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

Swampy IT PTV, Miguel 640 Graffiti Oakland, California.

MIGUEL 640 Piece – Seattle, WA

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

MIGUEL 640 RPC Graffiti Piece Seattle Washington.

MIGUEL 640 RPC Piece – Seattle, WA

Sunday, February 7th, 2010

Miguel 640 Graffiti Seattle Washington.

I Dropped My Damn Rock – Oakland, CA

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

I dropped my damn rock sculpture oakland ca.

HOODSTOCK Oakland 2009 – Japanther, Ninja Sonik

Monday, September 14th, 2009

Hoodstock Oakland, Japanther and Ninja Sonik 2009.

This was the most crazy show I’ve ever been too. Over 1,000 people at an illegal house show in West Oakland. People were jumping off that roof into the crowd, those two cars on the right got flattened and when the line of ten cop cars pulled up at 2:20am they were bombarded by kids lined up against that GATS sign hurling 40s at them. I’ll never forget that crash, crash, thwat sound of bottles hitting police cars.

This photo is from before it got really crazy. When Japanther played, there was a huge projection of people dancing on the wall above them that we later realized was the police shining a spot light on the roof.

We saw people helping people of the roof the NEXT morning and people were found scattered about the neighborhood asleep in peoples backyards at 10am. The whole block was crushed with graffiti.