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Our last vacation day We spent the afternoon at @Legoland. When you see Wild Style, you HAVE to take a photo! It's been a great trip but I'm looking forward to heading home tomorrow. Screenshot or 'like' this pic to shop the product details from the app, available now from the App Store! #liketkit #LTKcurves #LTKfamily #LTKkids #LTKsalealert #LTKshoecrush #theglammom #legoland #californiastyle #legomovie #wildstyle #californiadreaming #myboohoostyle #boohoo #familytime #summervacation #shopstylecollective #ootd #psootd #psblogger #psfashion #plussize #plussizefashion #style #stylegram #fashion #fashiongram #wiw #wiwt #stylecollective

An extract on #wildstyle

Wildstyle commonly includes a set of arrows, curves and letters which have been so transformed as to be rendered arcane to the eyes of non-graffiti artists. It has also been common practice to incorporate 3D elements into the pieces. Letter structures are therefore rendered to add depth of visual perception of the work. Many artists have different elements to add to their wildstyle that gain that writer a good deal of respect within the graffiti scene, especially if one creates his or her own style and stays original and creative. Veteran artists tend to go for more complicated forms of wildstyle in which the types are hard to read but broad in creativity. Getting one's style mastered is key to achieving this success.

The term "wildstyle" was popularized by the Wild Style graffiti crew formed by Tracy 168 of the Bronx. Formerly a street gang with over 500 members, the Bronx-based Wild Style crew is still active. Members include the founder Tracy 168, Cope2, T-Kid 170, Lava I&II, Taki 183, Daze, Comet, Blade, Futura 200, Dan Plasma, Jimmy Ha-Ha and Yip. Complex and elaborate graffiti writing had been called numerous terms such as "mechanical letters." It was founded by Rif, Phase II and Stan 153. Kase II later introduced "computer-rock". The stylistic approach advanced at the same time Wild Style crew grew large and spread throughout New York City. So many members executed the complex style that eventually the crew's name was associated with the complex style.

Wild Style, a 1982 American hip hop culture movie Wildstyle, a style of graffiti Wildstyle Pirate Radio, a fictional radio stations in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City "Wildstyle", a 1983 hip-hop single by Afrika Bambaataa Wildstyle, rapper/member of Chicago hip-hop group Crucial Conflict Wildstyle (album), a 2010 EP by American electronic music artist Bassnectar Wyldstyle, a character in The Lego Movie

In addition to the box set each soundtrack available in the collection can be purchased individually. Each Grand Theft Auto: Vice City OST CD contains a special access code to the Sony ConnecteD area of Epic Records', that enabled one to download unique cheat codes, as well as other exclusive Vice City content related to the game".

"Intro" DJ Lazlow "You've Got Another Thing Comin'" Judas Priest "Too Young to Fall in Love" Mtley Cre "Peace Sells" Megadeth "Dangerous Bastard" Rockstar's Love Fist "Turn Up the Radio" Autograph "Halftime" DJ Lazlow "I Wanna Rock" Twisted Sister "Bark at the Moon" Ozzy Osbourne "Madhouse" Anthrax "2 Minutes to Midnight" Iron Maiden "Raining Blood" Slayer "Cumin' Atcha Live" Tesla "Yankee Rose" David Lee Roth "Outro" DJ Lazlow "Exploder" Various Artists "Thor (Hidden track: DJ Lazlow Commentary)" (0:00 Thor / 2:07 DJ Lazlow Commentary) Various Artists