In 1997 saber completed the largest and most intricate graffiti piece ever made. It took Saber 97 gallons of paint and 35 nights spread out over a year, exhibiting the most dedication ever given to a single piece<br />
Upon its completion the piece was clearly viable through satellite imagery and from many places around LAIt was nearly a football field long<br />
After running for 12 long years Saber’s monumental piece was buffed in September of 2009<br />
Saber continues to paint to this day working with a number of art collectives and community campaigns around the word<br />
His ventures include a numerous amount of collaborations and murals as well as more abstract forms of tagging, like his latest sky writings.<br />
Saber shows that through commitment to a craft and dedication to a dream, you can take yourself to new heights. <br />
ACTIVITY<br />Let each student come up to the blackboard or dry erase board one at a time and write their names out as large as they can across the board, then have the students erase it.<br />While the students wait, ask them to pick something that they love to do and write a paragraph imagining it to its fullest potential.<br />i.e. if a student loves to cook, have them write about their dream restaurant, ect.<br />
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