It all started around 1995 when my friend wanted to show me something he had under an old shipping container in my neighborhood. It was a spray can that he had stolen from an elementary school art teacher. The only problem was that I didn’t know how to use it and what to write with it. The graffiti scene was completely unknown to me at that time.
I think I have a strong personal style but it’s just simple and classic New York style graffiti with my own twist. I’m not trying to reinvent the wheel. My style is a sum of many things. I feel that each place I have lived in has influenced me in one way or another.
4. Panels, hall of fame, street bombing… what satisfies you the most? I like them all and there are pros and cons on all of them. A train is the nicest target and pieces always look good on a train but the actions require planning and preparations. Painting hall of fames is a nice way to spend an afternoon with good friends but it doesn’t give me much satisfaction or excitement. You have a lot of time to try new ideas but sometimes it feels like wasting paint when the piece can be crossed the next day. Of course a train can also be buffed quickly but at least you give the buffers grief. Street bombing is really fun to do but also quite risky especially after few beers.