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.’

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