In Tokyo, street art can be hard to find if you don't know where to look. It's hidden down narrow side streets and tucked between towering buildings. During this experience, I'll take you to see the public murals and art pieces, and maybe even a few galleries—whatever's best at the moment. I'll share my personal perspective on creating street art and my thoughts on perpetuating the culture throughout Tokyo and Japan.
I started my career as an artist in Los Angeles in 2009, and I developed my mural spray-paint technique at 5 Pointz in New York City. The best thing about mural art is that it makes the whole city a museum. Art isn't something you visit, it's something that is just there. Original art has power and we can observe the strength of it directly. My works can be seen in Miami, LA, Barbados, and Tokyo.
We'll spend our time in and around the Shibuya district as I take you to see public murals, art pieces, and maybe even a few cool galleries. Where we go will depend on what's cool that day.