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See One Interview on BSA

My good friend See One just had an interview featured on brooklyn street art.  It’s an in depth look at the artists process and the evolution of his shards technique.

A New York native, See One is a self-taught visual artist with a big imagination which was electrified as a kid in the city seeing graffiti growing up in the 1980s. Constantly drawing for hours on end as a child, he was also inspired by the characters, cartoons, and comic books of the time and he began creating his own world at a young age in sketchbooks and on walls. His initial pieces on the street were character-based and paid homage to that earlier New York traditional graffiti style, and he still likes that too.

Around 2009 See One began to experiment and develop a more abstract style for his works on canvas and on the street, using a recurring symbol that he now refers to as “Shards”. As his style evolved, a new world opened before him as his swift and swooping hand and arm movements produced fluid and jagged abstract graffiti patterns that fly and flow, evoking broken shards of glass that inhabit a third dimension, making the art pop off the wall. With this new practice, See One effectively opened a door for himself to combine graffiti and Street Art influences into one distinctive vision.

Read full article here

seeone from matt petricone on Vimeo.

and a quick video of SEE ONE painting a mural in brooklyn shot and edited by 


I know anyone that grew up in the 90’s on graffiti will wet their pants when they see this deal. Videograf is selling all original 9 dvds + out to bomb 1&2 for $75 bucks! I jumped all over this today and you should too.

OccupyWallSt Police abuse

This is why police offers dont garner the respect of fire fighters. Blatant abuse of power during a peaceful protest. Shame of NYC. I thought they’re slogan was Courtesy, professional, respect? Seems to me they’re 0/3.