I'm into art that comes off the walls. I think of artists such as Blu and Swoon, who both seem to be confronting the state of the environment by creating whole new environments out of their own art. As a viewer, you don't so much look at their art as step inside of it. That's where I want to be. Many of my recent murals creep across ceilings and floors or lurk behind the architecture.
My introduction to large scale mural making came largely through working with the organization Tape Art. The practice of drawing with tape immediately accustoms one to drawing at a 1:1 scale and taps into spatial awareness. I still draw out many of my painted murals in tape first.
My recent murals have had some 8bit styling that I'm drawn to because my natural drawing-style tends to be a bit curvy and all over the place, so imposing a grid on things creates an interesting tension, I found.