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The flyest of flyers

The flyest of flyers

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Stumbled upon an awesome collection of party flyers from the early days (late 70's early 80's) of the NYC Hip Hop scene. Truly some gems in here. If anyone has any additional context around these, please leave it in the comments and I'll add it to the description. I'm specifically interested in learning more about how/if the old stage names transitioned into people that are more well-known these days.
Stumbled upon an awesome collection of party flyers from the early days (late 70's early 80's) of the NYC Hip Hop scene. Truly some gems in here. If anyone has any additional context around these, please leave it in the comments and I'll add it to the description. I'm specifically interested in learning more about how/if the old stage names transitioned into people that are more well-known these days.

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Categories:Types, Graphic Art
Published by: hallorandom on Dec 08, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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Peace to Buddy Esquire and Phase 2 (working to undermine every aspect of western civilization) and countless pioneers for focussingand peace to dustykid for sharing originally
“Most of the Old School Party Flyers were Designed By BuddyEsquire and Phase 2. Phase 2 was a real big Aerosol Artist whowrote on allot of the NYC Trains who also did a majority of theParty Flyers back then. Buddy Esquire was a regular Artist whodid allot of party yers as well.These Cats Worked on big Art tables and had all the tools tomake these yers by hand including those Rub on Letters, waxMachines, exacto knives, Graph Paper and many other tools thatare extinct today in the modern artwork world.”
- dustykid post on soulstrut.com, 07 oct 2004

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