to make ladies who were actually pretty, realizing I had that over other artists I stuck to it. Try and catch up. If you look at the average clothing label nowadays everything is satanic imagery and illuminati bullshit which is fucking stupid to me so I started a series of anti illuminati pieces Tupac style. I just enjoy making fun of pop culture attention whores so I turn them into lizard people and demons. It’s just entertaining to me since I’m forced to listen to their brainwash shit on the radio all day. I have a tin foil kangol.
With the roots in graffiti coming from Boston, how did you get your start in graffiti and how did that inspire your passion for art or vice versa? How have you seen graffiti culture change over the years?
Before anything I would notice ryze tags everywhere I went. Once I saw full pieces I was like, oh these guys draw like me, okay lets do this. It’s all ryze’s fault for me personally at least and a lot of other guys around here. As far as the scene, I was never really part of it so whatever. When I see something incredible I get excited which is like every five
Sean's Dad, Digital, 2015