Sunday, February 14, 2010

Jurne paints a Rime sketch

Rime laid out a nice simple sketch for me on the wall with a fat cap and some blue spray paint. We were going for a "stay-warm, finish-before-the-sun-sets" kind of wall, but of course, that was only wishful thinking, as it was freezing cold out and we started buffing the wall around 2pm.

I liked the overall sketch; modifying the E to match the kick of the J, and playing on the idea of a letter form belonging to the 3D of another letter.

The dot of the J turned into some kind of pop art warp hole R. The whole piece adopted a comic book feel to it. Over all I was pleased with the outcome, although I think the N could use some fill designs to spruce it up, and the little triangle of yellow in the E is confusing and takes away from the piece.
Thanks to Rime for writing my name in graffiti on the wall.


  1. The hat on top of the E is straight up smooth criminal status
    This piece is a great example of a burner without 1000 arrows. So many great concepts to keep the viewer interested.

  2. I like the way you graffed it.


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