born in switzerland | based in innsbruck austria | graffiti & tattoo artist | signwriter & illustrator
graffiti and streetart brought me to some very exiting spots around the world..
Beside the harsh political climate around the region, Tel Aviv is a open-minded and liberal city, especially about graffiti and street art.
Diving into the post-comministic flair and general rudeness, Moscow is a crazy adventure.
quick collab with the awesome zmogk/ TAD
Nice weekend with the WATS crew in Italy.
collab with KSEN/ HORST/ CAZU
Three productive days full of graffiti and tattoos in Amsterdam with the awesome Baten Graffitiflow.
collab with eklor
The great metropolis of arte nouveau is inspiring with every step you take through Barcelona.
quicky on mount olympus
A chilly and windy rooftop on a beautiful and bright night under a grotesque midnight sun in the middle of August.
Quickie in the city of love.
The spirit of Cuba seems to be out romantically buried in the past, but they still maintain their dream and are willing to go with it no matter what.
In Havanna we had the pleasure to paint during the Artemas Festival with some talented Italian and Cuban artists. Sadly, our spray cans
never made it to Cuba or were kept in customs, so we had to paint with acrylics and brushes.
collab with osmo/ konfour/ phil/ mucha and many others
The melting pot of Los Angeles is by far the biggest thing I‘ve experienced in my life. Moloch and paradise at the same time and an indescribable feeling that every imaginable thing can happen at anytime if you just go with the flow.
Straight on the border of Mexico San Diego is a beautiful and vibrant city full of bohemians, artists and freaks.
I managed to paint a piece at the well known „writersblock“, the only official legal wall around the city.
collab with cysko