An Interview with Tiffany Evans from LA Graffiti GirlsWednesday, November 3, 2010
(photo of Tiffany was taken courtesy of Amanda Luna)
From what started out as blogumentary to becoming a full-fledged site dedicated to representing the females in Los Angeles’ graffiti scene, LA Graffiti Girls has steadily built a strong following over the years making it one of the sites to keep an eye on. The success of this website can be accredited to its creator Tiffany Evans who is the driving force behind the site. Not only does she represent the culture properly, but Tiffany also studies @ Cal Sate University Long Beach, working towards a degree in journalism (*salute*).
Despite having a loaded schedule of schoolwork, maintaining the website, and life-in-general, Tiffany was gracious enough to give her time and thoughts to Senses Lost for this interview.
You know, there are a lot of people in this scene who talk about all the work they put in, yet have very little to show; truth be told, Tiffany is lapping a lot of you (you so-called “kings” and “queens”, included). To steal a line from Dilated Peoples, “pace yourself, so you can face yourself. Run hard you really only race yourself.”
Be thankful you’re only racing yourself, because whether dealing with graffiti or journalism, Tiffany shows no signs of slowing down. To the victor!
Read the full interview with Tiffany Evans here.