I've been arrested a few times, but I've never been in real trouble. Because what I do is art and even if it is illegal, Art is a universal activity, and artists are generally respected.
Each piece that I put in the street is unique. I never make the same piece twice. For Hong Kong, like for every city where I have worked, I try to adapt my work to the culture and the 'colors' of the city.
I always appear behind a mask. As such, I can visit my own exhibitions without any visitors knowing who I really am even if I stand a few steps away from them.
It is a significant symbol that street art is gaining increased attention and credibility in the art world and that's a good thing.
Hong Kong is a nice playground for my street pieces as the architecture is very different from my home city. It's also a great opportunity to take place in a dynamic city of the global art scene.
Nothing can stop an artist from creating.
People who have ordered my pieces to be removed should have asked themselves before if they were artworks or vandalism.
I love the little tacos. I love them goooood!
Now to unleash screaming temporal doom!
I like the illicit nature of street art, but I won't miss the opportunity to make a nice piece because it is legal.
I have an exclusive gallery that takes care of the all of my artworks. I want to stay focused on the art and of creating and let my gallery take care of the more commercial aspects.
I think that street art is illegal and it has to stay illegal.
I love you, cold, unfeeling robot arm!
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