With this piece, that incidentally didn’t last very long, Kid Krishna demonstrated his incredible versatility. If I hadn’t met him when he was painting this piece, I’m not sure that I would have known it was one of his, although the fact that it was painted next to a Markinetic piece might have been a bit of a clue, together with the FFS, NKA and TPN.
I think that I can see the letters CRIE in this rather more traditional wildstyle graffiti writing, which is so full of different textures and tones – a classy piece of work. We chatted for quite a long time, and I like it that Kid Krishna seems to be happy to stop and chew the fat – the subject of our conversation was one I seem to be having a lot lately, and the clamp down by BCC on graffiti/street art, and the recent announcement from the Government (and opposition) bout antisocial behaviour.
Of course in my mind, there is a big difference between tagging someone’s front door, which is vandalism, and painting creative artworks in places that have a culture of such. Maybe a topic of conversation for another post.