Hoser on the fly

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    Hoser

    Benched by P in Calgary, AB.

    Terence McKenna, “Joheoηe”, and 34 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Drink_Tea [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

      firey and sharp!

    2. Quietly Kept [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

      I like this outline alot

    3. MERAS. 36 months ago | reply

      Nice catch

    4. know'msayin? 36 months ago | reply

      seen this in oshawa on today

    5. mike comrie 36 months ago | reply

      this is the same outline he does on every piece in 2010,11 and now 12. but in 12 he uses more colour.
      crisp but boring.
      in the good old days of the canadian freight scene (late 90s)
      you would rarely catch a good writer painting the same piece on every car (there are a few exceptions) . at least a bit of variation, but i guess this is a different era
      at least these hoser panels have alot more character
      www.flickr.com/photos/true2death/2871154157/

    6. A & P Bench 36 months ago | reply

      a valid criticism, but i would add that he is one of few who is putting in high quality work in large numbers right now regardless of having the same outline. And i think rarely is an overstatement. theory, afex, zer, sae, char, sebo, crums, even kwest from that era all have the same feel. its impossible to paint that many freights without duplication.

      plus he's gone through tons of styles over the years and shown he can pull it off from the simple to the wild. This being said 3 years is a long time for predominantly 1 style, i like seeing new progression as much as the next guy, but everybody always paints for themselves. which isn't a bad thing.

      sample of hoser styles just from our stream:












      -A

    7. silent-jay 36 months ago | reply

      watching that progression you posted is cool

    8. twistsomethingup 36 months ago | reply

      nice catch dudes up

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