Had a quick paint session at Jelatek today, helping out Munden with his first ever piece. So so proud! Cyde02 killed it as usual. Not so proud of my own piece but I guess it was a good session overall. Get up, stay up Munden! :)
My most challenging paint session so far. The analogy with only working with black and white is like stripping completely naked; style is the only thing that matters - no crazy colours, no fancy fill-ins - you either have it or you don’t.
Despite a few screw-ups during the session, I think I did alright. It was a great production overall. Learned a lot, got to spend time with the boys after so long, and there’s nothing more refreshing than a paint session after days of superstress. :)
My favourite part of the production: (L-R) Akes, Askoe, Cyde02. Das hat. Lol.
Fastreet Fest, organized by the Universal Zulu Nation Malaysia, was an open Hip-Hop event-slash-BBQ. Basically, it was a chance to bring together MCs, breakers, DJs, writers, skaters, and BMXers. The event was supossed to start in the afternoon but because of the fasting and/or Friday night mayhem, things only started running around 9pm. We were all tired as eff by that time but all in all, it was a great event. Good food, good people, all love.
Picture of the full wall will be up as soon as I get a hold of them, but for now here's KWS' contribution:
Yesterday was the most amazing paint session I've had so far. Imagine this: Almost EVERYONE in the Malaysian scene painting in one of the most iconic spots in KL for independence day. It was such a massive event that I didn't even get to take pictures of everyone's pieces, so I apologize for that, but damn. It was a-fucking-mazing. Major props to PHBKLK and PW!
There are way too much photos so to make things more convienient, check them out here, here and here. Special thanks to Edmund and Raja for comin' down and showing love. :P