Because one guy is a graffiti writer and the other one an illustrator or a fine art painter they can’t run the same crowd?
However, I think mortality was definitely a primary influence. My father died when I was seven, so I feel like that has impacted how I think about and approach living and art-making alongside growing up as a genderqueer person and the intense questioning that this often leads to about one’s identity and how one interacts with the rest of the world
It’s such a competitive place, there are so many types of artists in the city and most of them inspire me in some form or fashion, whether it’s an illustrator, graffiti writer, street artist, collage artist or whatever, you know just different things to learn from them. We have such a huge talent pool
A big meeting of tons of writers, I’ve met tons of people through Under Pressure, which is super cool, people I wouldn’t have met usually. It’s a good thing, it’s cool to show people what we do and it’s really exposed. Kids come, old people come, people who have no idea what graffiti is will come and check it out so that’s a really cool thing.
"Artiste", c’est une étiquette que l’on te pose. J’aime bien dessiner, et parfois j’expose