The Art of Storytelling Presents:

by | Oct 2, 2009 | ART

The Art of Storytelling Mission: Over the years street cultures have found common ground in the creative processes they use to help their respective cultures progress.

The Art of Storytelling Mission: Over the years street cultures have found common ground in the creative processes they use to help their respective cultures progress. Graffiti artists, skateboarders, BMX riders, hardcore bands, rappers, street wear companies and everyone in between have come together, borrowed from each other, helped each other grow and above all knocked down the barriers that once divided them. The idea of a “collective” was taken to new levels by our generation. The Art of Storytelling is a publication about the creative process behind street culture and the celebration of that collective relationship; period.

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Matt Ringer

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