I wasn't sure if there was a forum for outside/street art, but if so, I can move this.
Anywayyy, one of my main loves is aerosol.
I got into graff about 5 years ago, first as something dumb to do on drunk nights out, then finding it a fun means of expressing myself, as well as ridiculously challenging.
I can draw pen to paper well, but moving it onto a wall is just a whole different story, one I still struggle with.
But I love it, and it's a great way to meet awesome people (it's how my bf and I got together), and there's nothing better than gettin a production going of a bunch of writers underneath an out-of-the-way bridge in the beautiful weather.
And the rush from goin' out bombing at night is better than wasting all my monies on benders, right?
Anyway, enough of the novel, here are some flickkkkks of things I've done.
punkslizzut to change your image viewing settings please click here
added a 'bride of frankenstein' a few months later after i was given
some free cheap neon paint at an art show. to change your image viewing settings please click here
the boy<3 in action, mine is the scandalous broad on the side. to change your image viewing settings please click here
topless broad again mine, piece is the boys. to change your image viewing settings please click here
Toronto Go tracks roller.
Showing off it's bigness.
More fun, More East on the Go tracks.
In an old abandoned building, on a cold winters dayyy.
This wall doesn't exist anymore. They ripped it all down, we went back and collected little cement chunks with our paint chips still on it.
this one got buffed four days later. It was beautiful and beaming downtown tdot.
Did it at 2am with my bf on the top of a building that we freakin' climbed up the side of! (horrifying)
but had a great time.
We got the most amazing chance to paint at Style In Progress. Its a huge graff jam that happens DT Toronto once a year where a bunch of writers come out and attack the Queen St. Alley walls.
Me and my boy were part of it, and a buddy of ours Esker (Reks) is in the bottom left.