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Legend of D.C. - Mens T-shirt
By Cool "Disco" DanPart of Anti-Graffiti Propaganda & Cool Disco Dan  RUN # 00754e
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Legend of D.C. - Mens T-shirt
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Max Edition Size: 200
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TYPEon 100% Cotton Mens T-shirt
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Max Edition Size: 200
SIZE3-Color Screen Print
TYPEon 100% Cotton Mens T-shirt
EST SHIPPING4-6 weeks
AVAILABILITYShips worldwide
RETURNSCan you return items?
We'll update you throughout your purchased art's journey from 1xRun to when it leaves our hands and ventures to you.
ABOUT THIS ART
The Legend of COOL “DISCO” DAN is a feature documentary narrated by D.C. native Henry Rollins that tells the story of Washington, D.C. in the 1980s through the eyes of D.C. graffiti legend, COOL “DISCO”DAN. Blending exclusive interviews with dozens of local and national celebrities along with archival footage, Washington natives offer the most comprehensive portrait to date on this critical decade. The development of Go-Go, D.C.’s distinctive style of urban music, racial tensions, crews, sensationalist media, crack, and graffiti are important pieces of this story.

Playing tour guide through this historical journey, COOL “DISCO” DAN is one of the few people who knew every block of the city during this conflicted time. Along the Red Line, across billboards, and walls in every neighborhood, his distinctive tag announced D.C. was his city.

“At the peak of his reign, he drew the admiration of police officers, drug lords, politicians, and sheltered suburbanites alike. Nobody knew who COOL “DISCO” DAN was, but when Washingtonians saw his name, they knew they were home.” - Roger Gastman
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