DAZE | Being a young pioneer of NYC subway graffiti, hip-hop dance and culture, and more

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DAZE, also known as Chris Ellis Kevin Coval Cornerstore Store Podcast

The Cornerstore spoke with visual artist DAZE, also known as Chris Ellis, about being a young pioneer of New York City subway graffiti in the 70’s, living though and influencing very transformative years in graffiti, hip hop and dance culture, and transitioning his work and practice to show in some of the most notable museums in the world and more.


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