As part of our yearly team production, GN Crew Boston came up with – what I’m calling – “Biter’s Bait”. The concept, pretty simple, our combined styles serve as feed for toy graffiti sharks (BITERS).
Seems like every time I get called out to paint I get the hardest, awkward spots to paint on. I’m only 5’6″, and had to work on a latter all day, but still had fun rocking this one. I blame Take and Odesy for that (it’s this whole big bro/little bro relationship that goes way back)!
It was also good to paint alongside one of the original GN members, Rezume. Back when I first started doing graff, Rezume was – and still is – a big inspiration to me coming out of the same neighborhood I grew up in.
In sum, the production took a long hot weekend to produce, but the finished product was a sight to see.
Big shout out to Ernie from Boston Clutch Works for again, letting us flex our index finger muscles on his property.
A few moments from this collaboration:
And the full production…