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Vancity legend Dedos profiled in the Vancouver Sun [Video]


Vancouver, BC – If you’ve been in Vancity for a minute, it’s hard not to notice the amazing murals scattered throughout the East side by Nomadic Alternatives. If you’ve been here for longer you should know the name Dedos – original Rascalz b-boy, graffiti artist, graphic designer and the co-founder and artist for NA.

An extremely humble and genuine personality, with the creativity and vision of a true master, Dedos is currently in the works of creating a whole series of prints based on hip-hop legends. From Eric B & Rakim to Canada’s own Maestro Fresh Wes, Dedos has his sights set on a 15 – 20 part series of prints and eventually an animated motion picture. If you don’t know about this guy by now, it’s best to get yourself educated on an important fixture in Vancity culture. Check out the video feature on the great Dedos for the Vancouver Sun, shot and edited by Mark Yuen, after the jump.

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Born in Ontario but raised on the West coast, Kass is currently located in the wonderfully diverse East side of Vancouver. With a passion for all things creative KassKills is a hair stylist by day and HipHopCanada's West Coast Regional Editor by night. Along with that she takes on the role of stylist and social network sweetheart to her media productions company, Team Heartbreak as well as occasional writer for Abort Magazine. Throughout her journey she has had the opportunity to interview and photograph some amazing artists including Raekwon, Sheek Louch, Noreaga, Black Milk, Waka Flocka and Kool Keith.

  1. globe one

    dedos is dope as fuck. i was always a fan and he came to toronto in the 90′s and one of his walls are still running today. props

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