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Graffiti Legacy: COMET – The Throwup King


COMET UA, The Throwup King, erzählt in seiner Graffiti Legacy ein paar Schwünge aus den Siebzigern in den Straßen der Bronx: Tales from the Bronx’s 2 and 5 Lines. Währenddessen malt er ein Throwup mit Spar-Fillin.

COMET, the throw up king, began his journey in 1971, inspired by the legendary “AJAX” in the heart of the Bronx. In this video, we explore the remarkable graffiti career of Comet, who, alongside his former partner “BLADE,” left an indelible mark on the 2 and 5 subway lines from 1974 to 1981.

Join us as we uncover the incredible tale of COMET’s rise to graffiti fame and the artistic partnership that dominated New York’s underground art scene during the late ’70s and early ’80s. Their collaboration produced an astonishing 5000 pieces, a massive body of work that eventually led them to paint over their own names.

Learn about the determination that fueled Comet’s graffiti journey, leaving a lasting legacy in the world of train writing. This video provides a rare glimpse into the fascinating history of Comet and his influence on the graffiti culture.

Don’t miss this exclusive look at the life and work of “COMET,” a true graffiti pioneer who redefined what it means to leave your mark on the streets of New York. Join us on this exploration of graffiti’s golden era!