Connecticut Graffiti Artist: ES (Endangered Styles)

Steven Boutelle from WeAreChangeCT had the rare opportunity to run into Connecticut graffiti artist Endangered Styles, better known on the walls and gullies of Bridgeport as E.S. He talked with Steve about how he first got into graffiti, what inspires him as an artist, his definitions of vandalism and art, as well as a legal graffiti spot he’s trying to re-open known as “Fame City” in Bridgeport, where the local residents can go there and display their talents in a legal, law abiding manner.

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Music: “Wu-Tang-Diesel Fluid (feat. Method Man, Trife Diesel & Cappadonna)”, sound recording administered by: Koch Entertainment

Footage & Edit: Steve Boutelle

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