• VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali
  • VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali

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VIDEO: Graffiti & Skating With Tilt in Cali

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While his Toulouse, France art compatriot Ceet often deejayed on the side, Tilt spent his time away from the spray can on a skateboard. LA Canvas met up with Tilt at Fabien Castanier Gallery in California to talk about the balancing act between his two passions. It turns out the artist was actually introduced to graff as he watched tagged up bowls, and ramps in skate videos during his youth. Peep Tilt weigh his love for both pursuits, as he sheds light on how his late night bombing style eventually came to influence his daytime gallery work.

Tilt, tats and “Bubble Girls”

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