Rosy One is undoubtedly one of the biggest names of Swiss graffiti. We know a lot about the impeccable style of the writer from Biel, but little about her personality, so we found particularly interesting the interview that she gave for GraffitiBlackBlog. Big up Rosy!
‘I started at age 12, in 1989 (…) First piece at home, second at the school building…‘
‘I am not very critical with my stuff. After painting a piece. Most of the time I look at it and think: Wow. What a wonderful piece! I really love, when a piece comes in bright colours, but not too clean and the typical graffiti oldschool elements. It should combine roughness, simpliticity and a bit of spontaneity. Don’t ever paint one-to-one after sketch.’