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If your not following @twentyfoursevenn then you need to, I’m a huge fan of this mans photo’s he gets plots, great photos and we caught up with him…
The ”adventurous” lifestyle of mine is one i do hold close.
Some people take this as a hobby, but for me it’s my life. I spend days on end without sleep, editing photos running around different cities, from rooftops to the depths of the subway system is where i’ll more than likely be found. For me i was doing this since 2009, all started with me a couple of curious friends who decided to run down the subway tracks. We use to do it day in day out non stops scaling some of the biggest roofs in the city. When i say we i mean the UxG crew (me and a few close friends) just a bunch of guys that like exploring. A normal day for me does vary, i tend to plan it but things never work out that way, due to security places being locked etc. Nonetheless i do my best to scale what i can before other people find it so i can be sort of ”original” in a way. I tend to work alone most of the time, i do prefer my own company, but when with the crew it’s 10 times more fun.
Beers and a roof on a sunday, lookin’ over the city you love. Nothings beats it.
Well we’ve got a new addition to the keyseventeen fam, if your unaware of who bowlersone is check out his tumblr here
Here’s a few flicks of what you can expect…
Debatable as to whether he was actually a graffiti artist as you could give most the war mural artists in Belfast a similar title. Featuring an artist in Oldham painting murals in 1976. Interesting enough to watch if you’ve got a few minutes free though.
Got our way into a safe house. Lots of gold, money laundering, kilo’s of come and ting, will probably wind it’s way up in here…
A micro-documentary by keyseventeen meeting a tobacco and cigarette smuggler. Sneaking a suitcase through customs containing 52 sleeves, estimated at £30 a sleeve, on the black market back in the UK. It is considered by the public as a ‘robin hood crime’ a crime that is slowly being more accepted by the public because of the extremely high duty a smoker has to pay. Rising tax and the recession is causing many people to resort to the black market for illegitimate bargains and cheap goods.