I was immediately drawn to the fonts and the colors of this when I was looking at the thumbnails of work by this artist. Each font works well for the texture of the background it's been painted on. The omission of purple and neon yellow from the dots below is both a question and a relief -- why were those colors not included in the dots? and thank god they weren't because it would be kind of trite. Tagging the wood pallet (I think that's what it is) with a repeating stencil is a stark contrast to the very slick design on the wall. For some reason the two contrasting painted surfaces make me think of the contrasts in dub step. Nice!
Hey thanks, as you can see I'm not a writer, but because I like graffiti I started to make some sketches (Somehow 50 sketches x) ), and one day I finally decided to do one for "real" (I'm not a self confident guy), posted it here and never had any feedback about it, so I just tought it wasn't my thing. All that to say that your comment really matters, your canvases are awesome and you got a really great great style !