It wasn't long before he started adding his own name to subway cars before moving on to bigger and bolder works. After a few years of tagging, piecing, practicing in sketch books and making my way through the graffiti community. I learned the ins and outs and built up the courage one needs to do more than just tags and pieces on trains. So I started to do whole cars and top to bottoms. Early on, I was doing these by myself.It was a dangerous thing to go down into the subway tunnels and I found that I was faster than others so it was just easier and safer for me to go in get the job done and get out and have only myself to worry about. In 1979 Dondi, Rammellzee and I painted a IRT train car at New Lots train yard, Brooklyn. When the train car was completed, I told everyone to pose for a photo, all of a sudden the lights went on inside the train, the doors opened, and we all had to run away from a squad of policemen! We got away and Yes! I still have that picture to this day. But that's how it was to paint on trains, never a dull moment. Sonic's painted trains have appeared in Style Wars the influential 1983 documentary on Hip Hop.
In an interview with Stress Magazine in 1998 Chalfant acknowledges the artists'importance, citing Sonic's Naked Lady car (illustrated on page 88 of Subway Art) as one of his favourite pieces. L'item "Sonic (Bad Inc) Subway Gangsta deck Skate Deck Original US Graffiti" est en vente depuis le mercredi 15 mai 2019. Il est dans la catégorie "Sports, vacances\Skate, roller, trottinette\Skateboards". Le vendeur est "uknowchris" et est localisé à/en LABERGEMENT LES SEURRE. Cet article peut être livré partout dans le monde.