Groovy Graffiti from the Cro-Magnon Era.

Time has a sweet collection of previously rare, unpublished wall art from 18,000 years ago and discovered in French caves by two boys chasing a rabbit. I guess what they say is true, you never know what you’ll find when you go down the rabbit hole.

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Cave of Forgotten Dreams: Old School Graffiti Gets the Herzog Treatment

About Colm Hogan

Publisher/Chief Contributor to Digitized Graffiti; a blog devoted to pop, youth & underground culture. I also write, direct, design & take pictures. Author of Crack Whore Pickup. Directed Matatu Express. My latest film is called Back To The Zone, and is all about Toronto's iconic nightclub The Twilight Zone, and the history of House music.
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