Seen in NYC: Afropunk graffiti


Another sign–literally–of the cultural shift taking place.  At the very least, the idea of Afropunk has evolved to the point where someone can use it as a marker of their presence and know that others will see and recognize it.  Meaning has been made. 

Seen at the Metropolitan Avenue stop on the G line in Brooklyn.

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  1. Yaz. February 8, 2010 at 06:00 #



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