Having collaborated with illusive street artist Don John before, ArtRebels are keeping a firm radar on his work. Now making a living from his passion, his most recent works explore humans vs animals. We ask him to explain more about his street art world.
What makes your street art work different from other’s?
Well I like to think that my motives differs from others. Technique wise, one of my favorite tools is stencils. There aren’t many street artists who use stencils in Denmark, especially not in the size I make them. And my stencils are illustrated, rather than photoshoped images.
If you could pick any building in the world to put your art onto, where would you choose and what would you be doing?
When they get around to building the first space-station on Mars, I call dibs on doing a mural on it.
You’ve got a million euros to spend – what do you do with it?
Does putting them in the bank and living off the interest doing street art and murals the rest of my life count?
What’s been your career highlight to date?
About a year and a half ago when I was able to do this for a living.
Any decent projects lined up?
Right now I am working on a solo exhibition which opens in December in Ålborg. After that, I will start preparing for a show together with Fumi Nakamura in New York.