Bask is a beast. His ability to find the potential in discarded panels, doors, and signs, are just one of the many layers incorporated into his work. He’s developed his own brand of social commentary by abducting safe, iconic imagery, and using them to address anything from personal obstacles to social epidemics.
Tampa street artist Tes One will be writing some guest posts for Lost At E Minor over the next week, propping his favourite artists, musicians and more. Tes’ own works are impulsive snapshots, just like the superimposed sensations of a cool, urban trailer. He combines digital graphic elements with the rough language of spray and graffiti art: ‘stenciling meets painting, spray cans meet brushes, digital meets tangible. The result is an explosion of colors and shapes, which merge in unexpected visual harmony’. His new solo art show, Smooth Getaway, is on at Advanced Minority Cubicle Artspace in Vienna between May 27 – July 16.