Despite the Covid induced restrictions of not being a public event, Off The Wall’s milestone 10th anniversary marked a memorable day for the Northwest graffiti art community. 12 crews of four convened bright and early Saturday, August 29th and endured a 12 hour marathon of creativity in action.
From these, a panel of esteemed judges including the newly formed 206 Zulu Urban Arts Committee, along with notable old-schoolers Bruno and Clowns, evaluated each crew in categories that include: originality, theme, color and composition, can control and unity.
After grueling consideration, the determinations announced RNU taking third place and the $100 prize, SPK coming second in the running with a $400 prize, and GAK who took the championship title along with the unprecedented $1,000 prize!
Visit Facebook.com/206Universal to watch updates that were live-streamed throughout the day.
Thank you to all the crews who participated and gave your all. Thanks to the judges and everyone who helped make Off The Wall 2020 a success. Last but not least, thank you Urbanists, U Paint?, The Station, 4Culture, Steam Seattle, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Seattle Parks and Recreation, Humanities Washington and the National Endowment for the Humanities for sponsoring and helping make this project possible!
Visit the Off The Wall home page for updates on future events and activities.