Graffiti Hall of Fame reviews
Ok first off, this is a historical site from which graffiti and mural art evolved from the underworld of subway trains to the emergence of the art form above ground onto walls. It is also the place..... more »
I went to the school there and it isn’t open to the public so you can’t see the inside if you aren’t a student unless you take pics through the fence, the only thing you can see is the wall outside which is nice but definitely not something to travel it’s literally just a wall with graffiti... that’s it
Looking to establish a place where up and coming graffiti artists could hone their craft in a safe space, Harlem community leader Ray “Sting Ray” Rodriguez dubbed the concrete walls of the Jackie Robinson Educational Complex’s schoolyard to be the Graffiti Hall of Fame, and it has been attracting some of the best street artists in the world for more than 30 years.
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