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Personally, I like the third. Maybe it's because I'm a grey's kinda guy. Maybe it's because I'm a fan of KISS and dude looks like Ace. Maybe it's because you perfectly integrated several media types like I wish I knew how to.

 

Either way, thanks for sharing three great images.

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fuck yea....

 

i am so hangin on your nuts right about now... i saw your website a long fuckin time ago under featured artists in artcrimes. i was blown away by your work. you are seriously one of my favorite artists out there. a true inspiration. im glad to see your site is updated.... so sick.

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Originally posted by cantinflas

Maybe adding a bit more to your backgrounds?

 

but I think the shit you got there is exactly what your canvas deserved, awsome.

 

:king:

i wouldnt add a thing to your backgrounds, cause that takes away from the dynamic negative space in your compositions. especially the third one, thats hot! nice contrast between the focal point (the faces) and the graphic elements.

nice work.

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Peace

 

thanks for the feedback my personal favorite is the 1st, I like the minimal approach from time to time.

 

no formal art studying, I'm homegrown.

There's nothing art school can teach you that graffiti can't.

I strongly feel that practicing graffiti art teaches you allot

about discipline, layout, illustration, color theory, and self

gratification for when you know you rocked a hot one.

The competitiveness of the culture drives one to want to succeed

and push their limits.

 

rass Kas..yeah I'm like the worst speller on earth.

But that's the labels bad for not spotting that before production.

 

again...thanks.

 

 

respect.

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Re: Peace

 

Originally posted by fatoe

no formal art studying, I'm homegrown.

There's nothing art school can teach you that graffiti can't.

I strongly feel that practicing graffiti art teaches you allot

about discipline, layout, illustration, color theory, and self

gratification for when you know you rocked a hot one.

The competitiveness of the culture drives one to want to succeed

and push their limits.

 

respect.

word.....being a writer was what made me want to study design.

if it wasnt for graff, i wouldnt have the same respect for typography

that i have today. studying design also helped me push my piecing

skills a lot further too. thats what i tell all of the people who say there

is no future for graff artists. its something only an artist will ever

understand.

i have much respect for your work. keep it up.

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