Hello Beast, how would you describe your latest production?
Politics on a frame.
Hundreds of artists out there make pieces every day. How do you think could be your style defined?
Hilarious. I do what makes me laugh, and if you smile looking at my pictures, you make my day.
All the artists featured on your blog are inspirational to me, then I do my own way. Unfortunately.
A lot of artists want to be published on art blogs. It seems that in these days a painted wall does not exists without re-blogging. What’s your Pov?
I thought that was true. I recently discovered that word of mouth on the street can be much more rewarding than a smart post on an art blog, if you’re big on the underground, can’t knock you down.
That’s what I am in. Sometimes people do not recognize my pictures as a personal project, they think it’s just another guerrilla campaign pasted on a wall. It sounds like a typical Coen’s plot, a struggle between what it is true and what wants to seem true.
What role does a public art piece play in the community? I mean, do you feel connected with the so called “street art movement”? Do you believe in art-exchange?
I am not related to any movement. I know there are several festivals around the world, but they do not invite me. Can you put a good word for me? Can you write my name on the toilet?
Don’t know, I think it’s on what type of artist you are. I’m not interested in selling my pictures, and every time I visited a fashioned street art gallery, I get bored. Soccer should be played in the stadiums, street art should be painted on the streets.
I had several talks with street artists about tagging. Someone would like to erase their past, someone says: “without tagging I would not have done bigger things”. What’s your Pov?
I do not tag my name on the walls, but it doesn’t hurt me, even when someone tags on my frames. You know what, chaos is in our life, and a tagged city is an expression of it. Bomb everything.
I hate looking myself in the mirror, all of my previous images are worse than my next ones.
Of all the projects you’ve done, which has been most satisfying?
None. I mean, I had great time in the last few years doing my stuff, you know, waking up in the night, pasting pictures on the walls, watching the city in a different perspective, walking on the sidewalks alone… And this is not only about doing your art, it’s about a way of living, a different you that comes from what you do. That could be satisfying, not my most recent work.
I do not have a dream project, I mean, I do not have a project that cannot be realized in the near future. If I think about something I’d like to do, sure I’ll do.
What’s next for you? What shows or projects do you have planned?
Pasting frames on walls.