A graffiti tends to be egocentric. A writer’s intervention takes place upon where he hopes no one will intervene over his work.
This piece subverts that notion with an invitation for interaction through the painting of its interior. However, the author’s typographic network remains, as does his identity.
Aqueous ink black with slate effect. Lets draw with chalk and rain eventually erase the drawing.
Illustrations made by Domus, David Santos and Naxa.