Here are three new pieces that I have been working on lately. They were part of the CLAP 1 2 3 exhibition at Dagaung Gallery that just ended and which is the reason for late upload. They are all handmade stamped with ink on paper with dimension 56 X 77 cm. Sorry for the photo quality but due to weather the lens has become moldy on the inside!? Anyway, since I am cheap the two first ones are up for sale. The last one “Rebuilding a nation” is heading to Sweden, which makes me happy. Pls send me a line if you want to know more about the painti...Read more
Despite heavy rain and itchy nails, Duelling Banjos will continue to collaborate with Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC)
So we just came back from a weekend graffiti retreat in Naypyidaw, Myanmar and this is what came out. Big up to YSA and MEGA crew for the arrangements and biggest big up to auntie Lwin for taking care of us. Rapper not Death!
YSA, Cap, MEGA
Here are great links to see various photos from the latest exhibition titled CLAP 1 2 3 at Dagaung Gallery, Yangon, Myanmar that I participated in, once again big up to Satan and WTC crew and YGN writers for showing great skills! photo credits to Twotwenty. Just click it!
….according to ourself.
Fantomen på Huvudnässkolan är äntligen borta, han har blivit ersatt av en tjej. Hennes namn är dock okänt. Sju elever i årskurs nio på Huvudnässkolan har äntligen målat över Fantomen (mer känd som skolans hatobjekt).
Calle Sennunger, Marcus Mokoena, Tobias Rudqvist, Hanna Jarhed, C...Read more
This was my contributions for the CLAP 1 2 3 exhibition that opened yesterday at Dagaung Gallery, Yangon. Once again I am very thankful to be invited by Yangon writers. I must say that they all have taken it to the next level. A couple of years ago Myanmar graffiti was a baby that just started crawling but now it stands on its own feet and I am very fortunate to be part of this development. I will upload photos in a second, until then, big up to Satan and the WTC crew for organizing the show.
Rebuilding a nation, 2012, ink on paper, 56 X 77 cm
I made this piece a few weeks ago. It is called “Rebuilding a nation” and after all the terrible events in Rakhine state during this week, fueled by haters, I can´t resist to show it. The reason I made this painting had nothing to do with the violence in Rakhine but at this point is has certai...Read more
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