boy, that stuff is nasty – gloves and mask needed!
still like to spray my stencils with a fatcap, quick and thick!
although i’m a big fan of one-layer black’n’white these are only preparations for things to come – another mad collage background and graphics for a board design… stay tuned and don’t let them kobras bite you!!!
bright colours in the hood – kids just love them and when it’s their faces on the wall it gets even more important which one you use!
“i want ORANGE!!!” —- “can you do me too?” —- “can we do this again???”
these great little vandals started the wall a while ago with some ambush assistance, now they became art themselves – and they like it:))
so i’m pretty sure this thing will go on!
thanx to the team, si., an., flo. and the others!
i’ll check in soon to see how the wall keeps changing!
light and shadow… make it pop!
lots of work and fun to do. tried new techniques with the background and used almost all text stencils i got. there is always something new to discover – keep playing!
take a look at the stencil and the first version here.
where there is a derelict building there is graffiti and that means there are cans! i’ve been piling up everything there was at this site and found some interesting stuff. some of the brands or editions i never had in my hand before – spraycan archeology, haha!
out of roughly 300 used cans in various stages of decay i picked the most interesting pieces. now i got enough material to continue the metalworks-series – let there be rust!!!
don’t look so angy, it’s just a test!
spraying white – i never did that before. and it seems that portraits draw some power from a black background, here made with marker and paint. the complete stencil will be coming soon when i got a piece of wood that is large enough. and if you’re interested you’ll find the original foto by rcm here.
ideas are hard and cutting is tough, but when they finally get a hold of the cans there is no stopping them, haha!
well, kreuzberg, you ain’t getting any younger but i’m sure there are some youngsters willing to paint over your wrinkles…
fat tip and pitch-black ink – let’s paint stuff!!!
i’m still figuring out what i want to do with that thing – for now it’s happily going with the flow:))