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Every piece of graffiti I create features a lace pattern, often inspired by antique lace designs or illustrations from old books sourced from various countries.

I meticulously cut out these stencils by hand and then paint them repeatedly on the streets. In the graffiti community, this method of widespread dissemination is known as “Bombing.” Each year, I develop several new patterns and continue using them in public spaces until the stencils deteriorate.

Additionally, I transfer these stenciled graffiti onto canvases, which I consider an “archive” of my street works. These canvases are documented in the “Illegals” catalog.