Randomly enough the Lettering And Commemorative Arts Trust in Snape, Suffolk, have an exhibition on the evolution of graffiti and also a showing of the new Wall Writers: Graffiti in its innocence documentary coming up. The exhibition runs 24 March – 28 May and the screening is on Saturday, 8 April at 6pm. If you can make it down then do so as it looks good.
Clyde was a very humble chap and I’m sure he would be genuinely amazed to know that so many writers still think of him, but it goes to show the high esteem he was held in and I know is much appreciated by his family and friends.
Rest in Peace.
This article is well worth a read as it contains what most clued up writers have been saying for ages now.
Now there is a book documenting the project, looks like a must have! Available on Amazon.