“With striking murals in varying size and scope all over the globe, he not only paints pictures of everyday people and society’s “outcasts”, he connects with them. Portraits of the elderly, middle-aged and children are carefully chosen; often reflecting the past, present and future in the gaze of their expressions.”
Brooklynite Gallery is located at 334 Malcolm X Blvd.,
Brooklyn, New York 11233.
“Here is another wall from our China trip, this one is from Guangzhou, a city with a population of 7 million people, which is more than Israel basically. The whole place look like an apocalyptic city from the future, and was really different from any other place we´ve been to. We did this huge wall (50 meter long) together with the local KAPS crew, Uncle from HK and some other cool writers we met there.”