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Trailer For The Seventh Letter Presents… PERSEVERANCE (w/ REVOK, RIME & ROID)

Los Angeles artist collective/clothing brand, The Seventh Letter, recently rolled out his video presentation in anticipation of an upcoming art show they’re putting on for artists, REVOK, RIME and ROID. In this Willie Toldeo-directed clip, titled “PERSEVERANCE”, the trio of artists give a behind the scenes look at the creation of some of their art and lifestyle, as well as a little goofing around in between. “PERSEVERANCE,” the name of the upcoming show, goes down at Los Angeles’ Known Gallery on August 20th, featuring the works of REVOK, RIME and ROID…
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Jailed Graff Artist REVOK Gets Support From Peers, #FreeREVOK Movement Continues

Since his arrest last week, famed Los Angeles graff artist REVOK has been receiving a lot of support from peers and L.A. art enthusiasts, who’ve begun to raise money to help with his legal fees. The arrest and jail time has sparked a movement on Twitter, with the hashtag #FreeREVOK. His friends at The Seventh Letter Clothing have took the movement a step further with the release of a limited edition “Free REVOK” tee, which features lettering…
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L.A. Graff Artist REVOK Sentenced To 180 Days In Jail For Probation Violation

Famed Los Angeles graffiti artist, Revok, made headlines over the weekend, when he was busted by police at LAX Airport on Thursday (April 21) while preparing to board a plane to Ireland. The writer (real name: Jason Williams) was arrested on an outstanding warrant, which was previously issued for “failing to pay restitution to victims of previous vandalism crimes,” said authorities. His arrest drew support via an online Twitter campaign…
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Graffiti Artist REVOK Arrested At LAX On Outstanding Warrant

Notorious Los Angeles graffiti artist, Revok, was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday (April 21) on an outstanding warrant. According to the L.A. Times, the graff artist (real name: Jason Williams) was preparing to board a plane to Ireland when police took him into custody on Thursday morning. The warrant had been issued for “failing to pay restitution to victims of previous vandalism crimes,” said the paper…
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