If you think about the best wildstylers in the Iberian Peninsula, surely one of the first three names that come to your mind would be Roice183. The infallible, supreme technique that this writer from Elche possesses makes him a complete writer who dominates spray paint at his own will.
The people over at Spraydaily know that well and that’s why they chalked him up on the list of their regular “Hello My Name Is” articles. It’s worth mentioning that the responses from the Elche-born style master are succinct, maybe because the pieces speak for themselves. As per usual we’ve brought you a selection of our favorites.
“I like it all, even the ugliest. I like all graffiti, what I don’t like are certain attitudes.”
Crew: RCK – Madrid Finest
Location: Leganés, Madrid, Spain.
Active since: 1994
Favorite surface: Concrete
Personal motivation: Self satisfaction (more…)
We’ve seen what went down on S.Kape’s trip to Cuba but now we’re going to go back to a more conventional setting: in front of a mural in San Diego. This is how the effective German writer gets the job done.
This time around it’s Fisek’s turn to sit through Spraydaily’s interrogation. In accord with the tradition, we’ve brought you a selection of the pieces that were posted as well as some text quotes from this Chilean scene veteran.
“I do miss seeing more Wild Style on the streets but I value the variety of styles and that you see many influences at the same time instead of a ‘city style’.”
Trace‘s graffiti presents great variety, you can see giant productions in aggressive wildstyle as well as smaller pieces in a more round and simple style. To get up to date with the works of this writer from NY is as simple as clicking the “follow” button on his Instagram… and well worth it.