Fin DAC 'Verdiss' print release by Graffiti prints 23rd Mar, by thomasmer on Apr 4, 2017 3:30:45 GMT 1,
I'm glad that you did, but for me I'd like to see and hear more, hear some passion and fight not ''yeah I do prints and they sell out'' and '' I don't do festivals'' I've only ever seen him work at Urban Ibiza and Wynwood walls which are quite festival like to me.
A little bit about Asian women and objectification which he manages to not translate into his art, a bit about technique to simpletons, a bit about money and himself and a bit about festivals and prints.
Like his art, he's given a platform and says nothing.
Hearing his story, it was interesting to hear about the business side, gallery vs. street work, emphasis on print sales to maintain his low maintenance living style, and his background not being formally trained in the arts (from what I recall). None of his work has really appealed to me either, but I do have a greater appreciation about his work after hearing the stories.
It stinks of 'if it sells'.