I've been restoring Pinball cabinets for about 8 years now and one day it occurred to me, tons and tons of graffiti has survived decades only to die a lonely death in my garage in Jersey. I began to feel a sense of responsibility, to TONY+SUE, to "The Brew Crew of 84". I found myself wondering did TIM ever find out that TINA LOVES him? In that moment the idea for PINBALL GRAFFITI ARCHIVES was born. I started to pick up my camera before my sander and take hi-rez pics of the etchings and scribble that made it's way into my shop with the ultimate goal of reuniting these artists with their early works. I have found everything from the simple to the extreme and have a key piece I will post here asking for help locating the artist as I have exhausted my sources to no avail. David Levy where are you? Your signature piece titled ALL STAR BAND has been saved! Feel free to post your own pics and if I see something I'd like to include I'll contact you about the possibility of coming to take the hi-rez pics I need for possible inclusion in the final first volume or one of the other volumes that follow. This thread, as well as the Facebook page are also where I will first announce the start of the kickstarter campaign which will give you the opportunity to order a limited edition copy which will include extras suitable for framing at a discounted price. When posting, if you can, include the game title and location you first found the game. We all know these machines can travel, imagine finding your old graffiti has traveled across country or even around the world! Thanks in advance for all your help and support!