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Available for a limited time through Endless Canvas: http://endlesscanvas.bigcartel.com/product/gats-hooded-sweatshirt

These Hoodies will be released and shipped the day after Thanks Giving.

Pre-Order yours now to reserve your size. (The last run of shirts sold out in two days.)

SPECS: 
- Limited run (Max of 100) 
- Grey Ink on Black ZipUp Hoody 
- 50% Cotton / 50% Polyester Fleece
- Preshrunk Fleece 
- Air jet yarn = softer feel and no pilling 
- Durable Plastisol Ink

The original artwork was drawn 11”x17” with a Sharpie and then transferred without vectoring in order to maintain the unique line quality.

http://endlesscanvas.bigcartel.com/product/gats-shirt-three-eyes-limited-run

AVAILABLE ON PRE-ORDER! 
This limited run of shirts will be released on December 12th, 2012.

New work by GATS.

Available in both Men and Women’s sizes!

Drawn freehand and never vectorized.

Tired of t-shirts with big uncomfortable patches of plastic feeling ink? These t-shirts are discharge printed. Discharge is a screen printing technique that removes the dye from the shirt leaving the natural cotton color. This means the whole shirt feels soft as if it was never printed and the design will never fade.

Shirt Specs: 
- Black Shirt 
- Soft Discharge Print 
- 5.3oz 100% Cotton 
- PreShrunk Jersey

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Voice of Art - Graffiti Against the System, Pt. 3

Follow graffiti artist GATS as he risks his safety and anonymity to paint a poem across the East Bay. The final line proclaiming “The City Is Ours” is completed at a community block party, an apt setting to celebrate how street art can be used to make political statements and enrich the culture of a city.

GATS

“BORN INTO LAW” Collaborative Street Poem Project – East Bay, CA

Graffiti painted by GATS – Poem written by Roberto Miguel

See the whole poem here… http://endlesscanvas.com/?p=7653
(There are also subtitles for those of you whom are new to reading graffiti.)

GATS painted an entire poem in large scale rollers across the East Bay. Each line in a location relevant to it’s meaning. The project climaxed with a secret art show and celebration of community where the last line of the poem, “THE CITY IS OURS” was painted.

Canvas  by  andbamnan