Graffiti Art in Japan

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Last semester, Natalie Stanchfield, carried out an independent study at the East Asia Center in which she explored graffiti art in Japan. The paper she wrote for her portfolio, entitled The Bombing of Babylon, was just published at the Art Crimes website. In this podcast, Aaron Campbell asks Natalie some questions about graffiti in Japan and how she went about doing her project and publishing the results.

Credits: music sampled from Zen Thing, by Ryo Sode; available at the PodSafe music network.

3 Responses to “Graffiti Art in Japan”

  1. Ryo Sode Says:

    Thanks for featuring my tune. I listened in on the podcast. Great content. Keep up the good work!

    p.s. Thanks for pronouncing my name correctly too. =)

  2. ryo sode » Blog Archive » “Zen Thing” featured on Friends World Podcasts - “Graffiti Art in Japan” episode. Says:

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  3. apc33 Says:

    Hi Ryo…

    Thanks for your kind words. I really love your music, and hope to use more of it in future podcasts - great stuff! Keep sharing.

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