Graffiti in Hong kong
My first 30 minutes in Hong Kong I was quite overwhelmed. I wasn’t sure if all this infrastructure was really possible or if I was to wake up and it was all a dream. It’s not easy to compare this city with another since it is such a mix of countries, cultures, continents and different infrastructures. The journey to find a descent spot brought us to hidden spots like the www.dirty-panda.com graffiti supplies, to find some MTN 94 that i used on the rooftop of Pantone C (www.pantonegraffiti.com). It wasn’t my first time to find a legal spot on a rooftop since I had a similar experience in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and in Osaka Japan. It somehow gives a feeling of peace and serenity to be on top of the city with only the sky above you, the wall in front of you, the smell of paint, the city sounds of sirens, crazy rush hour horns and buzzing traffic. I was limited in time and I felt like putting up my citymarx www.citymarx.com and www.biki90.nl friends up as well as my name so I decided to rock another e2e graffiti spaceship in a black and blue galaxy.
Graffiti in Taipei: German report
A travel program on german television asked Citymarx to do an interview about Taiwanese graffiti and street art, so we decided to extend the wall with my graffiti spaceship of two weeks before. It was a sunday afternoon well spent! I took care of the background, while Joker did a Citymarx piece and Bio rocked a science fiction graffiti tattoo manga character. Wang kept the host Betty busy with her first graffiti experience and introduction to the scene.
Stoked and excited I was to be commissioned for a custom robot sculpture for my dutch graffiti friend Moker (MO crew) in Amsterdam. As i recently received his response he was very happy with this custom robot sculpture and the robot is now part of his robot collection in Holland.
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