I love that along with EINE's show, GREATEST, that opened over the weekend at White Walls he also showed literally all over SF on walls, roll-down grates and any where else he saw fit. So rad to see his work in so many different places.
ABOVE is currently travelling all over the world. Hitting cities as he goes and keeping me posted on his way. His latest stencil was done in Brisbane, after the horrible floods:
"I tried my best not to make fun at this drastic and horrific situation but instead to empathize and portray just how serious and large the scale of these floods had been with the relative depiction of "NOAH's" ark being sunk due to the floods."
Above is still working it out all over the streets and walls of Europe on his continuing world tour. In his latest video he plays with space and contradiction in referencing a famous Banksy piece while commenting on the illegal nature of street art as well as the theft of such highly sought after pieces. In his words: "It’s an interesting concept and somewhat of an irony as we the artists and the thieves are both working in an illegal manner. One illegal activity inspires another. The artist paints illegally with spray cans on a wall, while the thieves jack hammer and chip off illegally painted walls, illegally." Read more about the current piece here.