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Weapons of mass creation, Montana spray cans

Montana Cans (official) is what I use to paint & while I do not have much experience with any other brand, there might be a good reason – they are just awesome. Note for later: go get more cans, I am out of ref SHOCK 2010 Orange! The SHOCK range is insane by the way
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My studio, a retreat for the mind

Earlier at work… “Who wants a LEGO head?” asked Peter. “I do!” I immediately replied. And BOOM, LEGO head is in da studio! I wish to everybody to have a studio or a place where they feel at ease, where they can recharge themselves. My studio certainly is soothing.
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Mountains, my first sprayed painted piece

Done. It took me weeks but this is my first “painting” done in the studio. I learned a great deal on how to use these mighty Montana spray cans. Must buy and wear a mask though. Now, does anyone know a company who can take a good and high res picture of that dude as well as make a prints of it? The dimensions are roughly 130 x 80 cm.
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Ready? Go spray! Hang on which colour(s)?

Essential piece of kit on the studio wall – you have to know your nuances and colours!
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This is it, I am moving into a Stoke Newington studio

So this is it – I am renting some space in an art studio in Stoke Newington! For too long, I refrained myself from making time to do what I have always like doing – painting! I have no other ambition than expressing my creativity with a brush or spray can and get all the stars, stuck in my eyes from running ART-PIE for about 6 years now, on the canvas. I’ve had the chance to meet loads of awesome artists and to attend incredible art shows and I am now ready to brew all this and producing artistic output. I tend to paint landscapes or sceneries with tangled shapes or objects in them The cans are ready, the studio is soothing
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