Graffiti // Tuesday, October 08, 2013
Pref’s newest letter slicing, mixing and dicing, contains the word “Hot” painted in warm flame-like colors and “Cold” in cool ice-like colors.
Graffiti // Monday, August 05, 2013
Pref collaborates with Bob And Roberta Smith in Southbank, London, creating something a little different.
Graffiti // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Pref paints his signature layering technique with his name in a bubble pattern over some throw ups on this new piece.
Graffiti // Monday, July 08, 2013
Pref goes inside out, upside down, sideways, backwards, basically like the titles say “One way or the Other.” A particular Blondie song is echoing in my eye right now!
Graffiti // Monday, July 01, 2013
Pref continues to experiment with the idea of mixing letters to create various phrases. This new piece is different than any of his previous ones, with sectioning words (“Turn” overlaying over it all) to make out the interchangeable phrase of "Turn which every way around."
Graffiti // Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Pref gets tricky with this new piece painting it upside down and backwards to say, “Downside Up.” Clever
Graffiti // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Pref can usually be found mixing and combining words into phrases with his pieces, however on this new wall in Amsterdam he kept things simple, with a nice outcome in collaboration with Das.
Graffiti // Thursday, June 06, 2013
This phrase "Got To Get Up To Get Crowned" painted by Pref in overlapping layers and blends is very accurate in relating to spraying your name on walls.
Graffiti // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Another new piece from Pref with overlapping words, multiple layers and the blending of letters. This one reads "Real Eyes, Realise, Real Lies.”
Graffiti // Saturday, May 25, 2013
Multiple overlapping words with various layers and blending are the specialty of graffiti writer, Pref. These four new pieces all have different sayings and read, “Mindless Vandalism,” “Idiots Pref, ”What You Can’t Get Away With, What Can You Get Away With, and Get Away With What You Can,” and Pref, Headlines Venice.”