#1 Edited by ottoman673 (498 posts) -

consider me impressed.

#2 Posted by TooWalrus (13156 posts) -

Is graffiti art?

...yes. Yes it is.

#3 Posted by GnaTSoL (792 posts) -

How'd you notice this or did you know before hand?

#4 Posted by HubrisRanger (486 posts) -

Funny, I was just today thinking about how I wish someone (not me, not nearly talented enough) would do something similar in my town, but also figured the cross of interests would be difficult to find of graffiti artist who was also a duder.

So glad I was wrong.

#5 Edited by Breadfan (6589 posts) -

Dope as fuck.

#6 Posted by Player1 (3857 posts) -

Beautiful

#7 Posted by JJ_FIGGY (92 posts) -

Graff games hip hop

#8 Posted by ottoman673 (498 posts) -
#9 Edited by TheSouthernDandy (3851 posts) -

This is so rad. SO RAD. I love whoever did this.

#10 Posted by Abendlaender (2782 posts) -

Wow

#11 Posted by Tidel (360 posts) -

That's awesome.

#12 Edited by Cerberus3Dog (330 posts) -

The first thing I've seen since the news that has made my jaw drop. Fucking Rad! Olly Moss' drawing is up there. That was sweet. THIS is dope!

Giantbomb has the best, most compassionate fans. Bar none.

#13 Edited by dungbootle (2457 posts) -

Never forgotten

#14 Posted by JouselDelka (967 posts) -

must've been CJ tagging round town

#15 Edited by Reisz (1480 posts) -

Get it up! Ryan would have been all over this.

#16 Posted by EarlessShrimp (1632 posts) -

It's so dope. I fucking love it.

#17 Posted by NekuSakuraba (7240 posts) -

Wonderful, whoever did this deserves big props.

#18 Posted by SpacePenguin (476 posts) -

Thats great.

#19 Edited by SargeGulp (239 posts) -

Bows to whomever is responsible

#20 Posted by Baal_Sagoth (1252 posts) -

That's wonderful. Worthy.

#21 Posted by Spoonman671 (4588 posts) -

Where is this? San Francisco?

#22 Edited by Evilsbane (4582 posts) -

@spoonman671 said:

Where is this? San Francisco?

No its savannah Georgia I live really close to here I've been to the Tea Room twice this is so amazing to see something like this so close to home!!!

#23 Posted by Evilsbane (4582 posts) -

If anyone is curious to this exact location

Google Maps Location

Again having something like this in my backyard is really making my day.

#24 Posted by TheUnsavedHero (1255 posts) -

Remember, he did love Jet Set Radio Future...

#25 Posted by Pezen (1591 posts) -

That's damn priceless.

#26 Posted by Spoonman671 (4588 posts) -

@spoonman671 said:

Where is this? San Francisco?

No its savannah Georgia I live really close to here I've been to the Tea Room twice this is so amazing to see something like this so close to home!!!

That's pretty awesome, I wonder how long it will stay up there. There has been graffiti on an overpass near me for months now that simply reads, "SLUTS GAG".

#27 Posted by Ezakael (930 posts) -

That's pretty great. Whoever did that is a cool duder.

#28 Posted by Dalai (7017 posts) -

And that wins the award for the best random tribute to Ryan Davis. Let's hope the owner of that building is cool with that.

#29 Posted by Aegon (5473 posts) -

Savannah Georgia...isn't that where Clem's parents were in the Walking Dead game?

#30 Posted by EvilNiGHTS (1093 posts) -

Remember, he did love Jet Set Radio Future...

Beat me to it. However, remember:

It's cool people want to remember him, but you don't have to vandalise stuff to do it.

#31 Posted by JJ_FIGGY (92 posts) -

closer picture,

#32 Edited by jakob187 (21662 posts) -

@theunsavedhero said:

Remember, he did love Jet Set Radio Future...

Beat me to it. However, remember:

It's cool people want to remember him, but you don't have to vandalise stuff to do it.

"Have to" and "want to" are two very different statements, though. = D

#33 Posted by cthomer5000 (759 posts) -

GETTING UP

#34 Edited by Milkman (16619 posts) -

All Ryan would have ever wanted is to be immortalized with a crime.

#35 Posted by PistolPackinPoet (208 posts) -

@milkman said:

All Ryan would have ever wanted is to be immortalized with a crime.

I don't think he would want it any other way.

#36 Posted by Shepuisat (29 posts) -

Awesome, but why do we never see shit like this for people until they die? We need to celebrate people more while they are alive.

#37 Posted by QuaglarTheIV (55 posts) -

@milkman said:

All Ryan would have ever wanted is to be immortalized with a crime.

<3<3<3<3

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#38 Edited by Evilsbane (4582 posts) -

@jakob187 said:

@evilnights said:

@theunsavedhero said:

Remember, he did love Jet Set Radio Future...

Beat me to it. However, remember:

It's cool people want to remember him, but you don't have to vandalise stuff to do it.

"Have to" and "want to" are two very different statements, though. = D

Graffiti done to deface is obvious, and while it doesn't make it ok when its done right and in a sensible location it looks fantastic, its above streetview its well done I appreciate it being there.

#39 Edited by jotap (29 posts) -

Congrats to the artists.

#40 Posted by TheHT (11102 posts) -

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#41 Posted by Clonedzero (4200 posts) -

Thats fucking badass.

Can't believe people are getting pissy because its "against the law"

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#42 Posted by RollingZeppelin (1956 posts) -

Awesome, but why do we never see shit like this for people until they die? We need to celebrate people more while they are alive.

Because you don't fully appreciate the significance of someone or something until it's ripped out of your life. It's human nature.

#43 Posted by FlipperDesert (2082 posts) -

@theht said:

Oh man, that's the best. Which segment was this? I'll have to look it up.

#44 Posted by Shepuisat (29 posts) -

@shepuisat said:

Awesome, but why do we never see shit like this for people until they die? We need to celebrate people more while they are alive.

Because you don't fully appreciate the significance of someone or something until it's ripped out of your life. It's human nature.

True. Such a shame though. So I would like to say that I think Jeff, Brad, Vinnie, and Patrick are all awesome and as much of an influence on my life as Ryan was. I love you guys as well. <>

#45 Edited by SwiftTheRedFox (4 posts) -

I know I'm the newest of new here but when I saw that graffiti, I couldn't help but think of the OBEY image. I put out a simple request of making something like that with Ryan's face and, the internet being what it is, it happened! Let's get this thing shared around, printed up and tagged on the streets. All credit goes to Dave O, @dvmoc.

#46 Edited by Miyuki (176 posts) -

Love this! Hope it stays there awhile. Graffiti in my city stays so long that the local indie paper had a "favorite graffiti" category in the "best of" awards this year.