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Everything that you do, you don’t hide, all that stuff comes back. Everything comes back into play.
Be clear on your purpose. What the hell are you doing? And why are you doing it?
You’re rebelling against something, but you’re also going to something.
Graffiti is the pit bull of the art world. It's misunderstood. It's admired from afar but feared.
People who practice graffiti or take part in the culture, we call each other 'writers'... we say 'what do you write?.' The word itself translates to 'writing'.
I bought as many books as I could.
This is about hidden talents, hidden source of ideas, but also about this hidden tacit knowledge you release when you start manipulating things with your hands.
Creativity is something you can do in a number of ways.
Build as many different ducks as you can … you’ve got 2 minutes … GO!
Give your brain a hand, get in the zone, give ideas a body.
Where is legit art criticism in Detroit?
La lucha no es contra los otros, si no es contra uno mismo.
Bernardo De Niz
I was able to make the ketchup and mustard work.
There will never be a day where the rules of the web are written down in concrete.
Our work goes beyond borders. It's accessible at anytime from any location.
I think there's sometimes a perception that certain designers are on top of everything. I am not.
Generalists are people who put as much stock in the breadth of their knowledge as they do in the depth of it.
If intelligence is the ability to connect the dots, the first step is to gather them. That's what curiosity is about.
I'm here to talk about curiosity, about broadening your horizons.
The most successful people in our business, by and large, are humble, accessible, and down to earth.
Do you know anyone whose opinion you trust, anyone who you consider a mentor, anyone you look up to as a role model, who is an asshole?
I constantly try to build on my process.
On my days off, I would go to New York and make appointments from phonebooths to show my portfolio.
At some point my parents decided to tell me that play time was over. That drawing thing was for children. In Nigeria, we were told to find a career.
As a graffiti artist you can't just paint in nice, open areas, you kind of got to go where the scum and the filth is.