seconds nowadays so yeah the graff business is booming.
What made you gear more of your efforts towards using a digital platform for your work? How has that changed anything about how you do your work?
I am from Cambridge and was lucky enough to have my work noticed by some of the brilliant minds at MIT. I was invited to check out a new program about to get going which became the computer clubhouse, I showed up with my black book. These wizards took a rewired security camera and photographed my sketches into Photoshop 2.0 around 1993. They showed me how to color them and correct lines; this was before PS even had layers mind you. They told me one day people will be painting like Picasso on computers and I was like yeah, I will. My decades of practice and curiosity gifted me with an incredible amount of freedom and independence artistically. I was mass-producing my own full color stickers etc. decades before other guys without any outsourcing or spending countless hours hand drawing each. Fast-forward
Sleazy , Hello, 2015