Giowe’s (Italy) convoluted style can’t just be improvised out of thin air. That’s why his impeccable sketches are needed when it comes to transferring the meticulous network of connections to the wall. Color is secondary. The only thing needed is a precise black line that outlines each of the elements.
“When I’m inspired, any place is good for drawing a sketch. However, the best place is always in my home where I have the right atmosphere and sound to concentrate.”
“Usually I do not color the sketches because the most important thing for me is the lettering and form, although sometimes I create graphic effects in the thickness to highlight and intensify them even more.”