Old school graffiti
Nostalgic memories and vandalism

Old school graffiti. Nostalgic memories and poor quality pictures by Mega.

Yesterday I found pictures of some of my old school graffiti from around the year 1998.
The quality of the pics is really bad.
I’m actually sorry about that.
The sad truth is that I actually lost almost every old school graffiti painting that I made.

Vandal painting on a bus

Vandal painting on a bus

This graffiti was consider new school in 1998

This graffiti was consider new school in 1998

To make the story short, we are back in the late 90’s.
I’m not that old, but I was really young back then.
Please don’t be nasty or too judgmental because those street art pieces are 13 years old!

This graffiti was made in collaboration with my friend Mant on a 40 meters wall

This graffiti was made in collaboration with my friend Mant on a 40 meters wall

Old school vandalism on a train

Old school vandalism on a train

Believe me or not, but that kind of style was pretty new school for that era.
At the time I had to get into physical fights because I didn’t want to do wild style letters or B-Boys.

Another Mega old school graffiti piece

Another Mega old school graffiti piece

Peper and Mega paint on a 50 meters wall

Peper and Mega paint on a 50 meters wall

But you know what?
If you want to paint on a wall, you better do what you want.
Create the trends, never follow.
For those who wonder, my graffiti name was not Mega yet, but Rustr(e) or Core.
I recently took a decision: this year I’m going to paint again.

So be prepared, because I plan to create nothing less than the new definition of what new-school is.

Rustr aka Mega old school graffiti

Rustr aka Mega old school graffiti

Graffiti on a train

Graffiti on a train

Vandalism feels good

Vandalism feels good

Silver urban graffiti

Silver urban graffiti

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