France’s ‘Ghetto Farceur’ (Ghetto Joker) crew is home to some of the most innovative and forward thinking writers on the planet.
NEIST (also known as ROSEK) is no exception with his radical colour schemes and super organic flow. Some of these works have a flavour to them that pre dates graffiti culture, with a huge lean towards the Surrealism of the ’50s and ’60s.
Like a night on the absinthe with Miles Davis playing on an old turntable, these pieces make for a sensory overload with so much funk that even yo momma wants to dance! –Vilenism.
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