WRDSMTH originally wanted to be a traditional writer and author, but he felt inspired to pursue street art as a way to take his inspirational ideas directly to the public. He keeps his messages strong yet succinct in a vintage typewriter and typeface style that's now recognized around the world. 

"As a street artist, I am temporarily tattooing indelible thoughts and phrases onto walls all over the world," he explains. PRØHBTD Cities met with WRDSMITH in his adopted home of Los Angeles to learn more about his vision and watch the artist in action. 

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