Since I started spraying graffiti in 1989 as a boy, my goal has always been to raise the bar a little.
First by spraying more and in more daring places than other artists and now that I am older by mainly challenging myself creatively. Every painting, whether it is a huge facade of a business premises or a small wall at someone's home, must be better than the previous one.
Because of this drive, making wall paintings rarely feels like work to me, but especially as something that I do with a great deal of pleasure and drive.
A good eye for detail and thoughtful color combinations characterize my work. I also think it is important that my paintings communicate with the environment. They must fit into the interior or the public space in which they are located. But they also have to change the atmosphere and often even the shapes of these spaces. They must excite the viewer and make them curious. In short; a good wall painting must fit on all fronts.