Lin ’QUIK’ Felton is a painter of African American descent born in Queens, NY 1958. QUIK as a subway graffiti painter was recognized for his satirical and arrogant comic imagery, as well as the ability to post his tag and masterpieces upon each subway line numbering in the thousands. Recognized by Yaki Kornblit, a renowned Amsterdam art dealer in 1982 via the efforts of FUTURA 2000 and the momentum created by the SOUL ARTISTS painting association.
Check out these dope SEEN Skull maps in the SEEN “Backroom Gallery”. These maps incorporate some of SEENS most revered imagery. While there, we have an amazing collection of SEEN drawings, works on canvas and spray paintings on paper . Don’t sleep, we only have a few Skull Maps!
Back in the 1970’s SEEN created a writing crew solely for the purpose of getting your name up on N.Y.City’s Subway Train System. The crew was titled U.A.(UNITED ARTISTS) also known as UA boys. While other crews at the time felt it was nessasary to recruit large numbers, the UNITED ARTISTS kept their number of members small. There were a total of 5 members SEEN MAD PJAY DUSTER and SIN