Tuesday, December 27, 2011


greetings to the exchange family! this is a collaborative wall with hesoe and myself. along with the amazing saile, adding the strong character image that works so well! as you can see, we worked on each others pieces making it a mix of two styles. it was a hot day in santiago, chile and i will never forget the fun i had painting with these talented fellows. saludos amigos!!!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Sorie paints Sueme sketch~

Hey Sueme!
i really enjoyed this sketch, especially the O'...
Hope you like the result.

Take care!,


Friday, June 3, 2011

SIRUM sketches by TABOO

Yo bro... had fun with these letters. Hope you like these outlines.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Motel7 by Jurne

A sketch for Motel7.
Hope you enjoy!

Sunday, May 8, 2011


Heres one for ya,hope you dig?
now go paint this!

Saturday, May 7, 2011


really had fun with that wave bottom between the R and the E and that whole structure.
Hope you like the out-come bro~

-take care!

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Name Swap: Jurne by Sueme


Painted this in Oakland while you were away.
I actually did a really rough sketch of your name a while ago, but I dont think it ever got finished, it may have been on a napkin or something. Now I cant seem to find it! but I painted this piece from my memory of the sketch. anyway hope you like it.


Friday, April 29, 2011

hesoe bates outline 7

HESOE/Bates 7

A rather cold and windy day at the Copenhagen Sydhavn hall of fame
together with Zonenkinder from Germany....

Saturday, April 23, 2011

RIME/SORIE exchange throwup

Thanx Rime!
i really enjoyed bombing 'em.... i took pics only of random 3 but i bomb 'em around TEL-AVIV like crazy.
take care!


Sunday, April 10, 2011



Thanks for the sketch. I made a few modifications but stuck to the basic fomula. Loved the O's on this sketch. The long swooping arrow from the bottom of the B to the 2nd O worked well with the T to the B connection on top.



Saturday, April 9, 2011


Hey Sorie!
had to get you back on this one. ;)
Im pretty happy with the sketch, I would have liked to put some colour in it to pop it out more but I figured you would kill it in the painted version. Have a blast dude!

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Ensoe X Stae2 Exchange

Here is one of the simpler skecthes stae2 graced me with from his impressive style sheets he drew for me. Hope you like the way it turned out man, I kept this one fun and simple.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Ruets by Sueme


Your letters felt really natural as a combination. maybe because we share 3 of the same. anyway it was a fun sketch to draw. stoked to see your interpretation.


Saturday, March 5, 2011


Yo Sueme!
really had fun with your letters.
+I added a little "Scoti" in hebrew inside the S.... a little souvanir from the middle east...
hope you like it~

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Yes2 by Poet

        Time for some action, here are some sketches for YES2...cheers

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Poet x Stae2

Yo Poet!
heres a quick one I had a chance to paint last week...
as always, so much funk in these letters and so much fun to paint!
much respect,

Ruets x Stae2

Yo Ruets-
Here's some sketches I've been working on for yah. Did my best to work with your U, the letter that was giving me problems on a few of 'em. Hope you digs, look forward to seeing your interpretation!

Monday, February 14, 2011


Valentine’s Painting Day
I did a Poet Exchange,
and Homeboy Ouie is on the top!
In the ghetto hood of Sevedsgatan/Rasmusgatan
Malmø Sweden 2011

Friday, February 4, 2011

Jurne rocks a Serch sketch x 3

Serch served up this heater, and I wanted to show the 'interpreting and reworking' part of the Exchange project, in a series of pieces done from the same initial sketch. In doing so, the transition from one artist's work to another artist's interpretation and reworking becomes more transparent, and easier to follow.

The first piece was done "as is", with little background additions. The emphasis was on recreating the sketch with paint on a wall, to get a feeling for the lines and letter movement on a large scale.

The second piece remained within the same framework of the first, with some accruements here and there. Bars get chopped/bent and curled, colors got added, the background got buffed. The arrows got a litle more elaborate. With the thinner style, I tightened and stretched the N, coming through with a no-look, behind-the-back pass to the E.

The third version got even more chopped and screwed, really breaking the E up, and putting a snorkel top onto the R.
The feline waiter is stuck serving up some laser-hot aerosol to the wall, while the bbq dude can't help but be cool as a fan.

Thanks Serch, your sketch was dope!