My name, as one might guess is Kriss and at the moment I am 17 years old. Quite passionate for all things visual, and if digital - even more! Been using Blender for 2 years now, learning something new every two days. I'm also into poster design (via Inkscape and Photoshop) and a bit of street-art (via posters) as well.. :P Don't be a stranger..

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Salsa_Shark May 30 2013 says:

Dude that is wicked as!

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Flash112 May 30 2013 replied:

Why thank you! :) I have a few other, crazier, ideas too... Will see where it goes..

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Flash112 May 31 2013 says:

Heh, these got torn off already.. :-I
Still...the glue was good, it was obvious that these were torn off with they can enjoy half torn ugliness..

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Salsa_Shark Jun 1 2013 replied:

Awh, It was probably some troll who thinks he is super leet.

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Metalspy Aug 23 2014 replied:

Or a graffiti artist that didn't like his tag being hidden!

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Over the past 5-6 months, since I began doing stuff with inkscape I had an urge to try wheatpasting...
Since the initial project is quite large, I decided to test out wheatpasting with some smaller designs.. Anyhoh the glue turned out way too goopy..but still - it got the job done and for the first wheatpaste I guess I did well...
Needless to say a friend of mine helped me with covering the wall with glue.. :D

One thing I was surprised was that people were way more curios than hostile... And if they were suspicious or grumpy I greeted them and began talking with them and they either stayed to watch the process or simply walked away... :D

Posters 1.1m in height

May 28th, 2013
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