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I like painting. Simple as! Whitewash was an indoor event so you could only use paints and rollers so that was different for me. I just Blu always surprises me with his work, and ROA is someone whose work really pushes the want to be pushing the boundaries each time and learning something new. I wouldn’t be boundaries. The Colin Day video of his work growing as an artist if I wasn’t getting out and for Warholian was just so beautiful. The way trying these different events. he had pieces split across several panels so you only saw the full piece as you walked by. It’s much more than just images on canvas. Live painting can be a bit daunting and a bit nerve-wracking. But I appreciate people liking DMC is great too, the more I see of his work and wanting to see the process, to see how the more I admire him. I got to meet him a it’s done. For the opening of the group show few times recently too, he’s a really nice guy. on Thursday I decided to do a live paint on the street outside. I did a piece called “Living with Obviously Banksy too. Not just for stencils the Infected”. There ended up being fifty or and spray-paint, but for the perception of sixty people standing behind me. Cars couldn’t what artwork could be, what it could mean. Not even in just the street art sense, but get past. It wasn’t exactly low-key! A police car the themes that were in it, the humour, the passed by but I just kept the head down and luckily they kept on going. honesty and the political awareness. You’ve had two solo shows, “Stensual” and “Pricks and Mortar”, you are constantly putting work on the street and you’re also a regular at Graffiti Jams like Whitewash and Kings of Concrete. Which do you prefer?

There was a fine-art exhibition going on at the time a few doors up fromme and they didn’t know what to make of it. A piece of artwork was being created for free and everyone was getting to see it being made. And meanwhile those guys were selling their stuff for thousands.

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