Falling Guy - The Vitals
Where do you now live?: Blackburn, Lancashire.
Scotland most weekends.
How long have you been creating street
art?: Started putting stuff outside about ten years ago.
What did you do last night?: Stayed up far to late cutting out
cheap stickers and pissing about on the web.
What is your favorite
thing to eat for dinner?: Roast Lamb and brussel sprouts
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the same anymore.
What do you currently have in your pockets?:
Keys and a fluff ridden novelty canabliss lighter.
were given “more time,” what would you do with it?: If Im honest; most
likely waste it sitting on my fat ass.
Who do you love?:
You gotta love the ones your with
Falling Guy - The A’s to Our Q’s:
did you get started in creating art for the street?
Guy: I’ve just got back into making stuff again since getting a job and
learning about computers less.
Wooster: Why a
Falling Guy: He was the first in a
series of random stickers that I hoped would work ok when jumbled into a
sequence but I seem to have settled on him for the moment. I like the idea that
he’s maybe always falling somewhere. At least the vinyl guys are!
/>Wooster: What other street artists do you most admire and
Falling Guy: There’s so many good things: Abe
lincoln, jnr and DAVe make me laugh regularly. Ive been really enjoying
DoubleDevils output recently. Mudwig, Swoon, Dan Witz, Calma, Flying Fortress,
moondoglovesyou. Jet-pac is continually surprising me- especially with his
shaolin scissor skills. plus Ive stolen plenty of amazing stickers off him from
the likes of dFace, Mjar, Eko and robotswillkill. All beautiful stuff!
Wooster: What’s your favorite city, neighborhood, or
block, to post and/or to see street art?
Guy: I see most of it on the web although I like posting round and
about the old mills in Lancashire. I love the galleries at stickit and all the
brazillian stuff too.
Wooster: What inspires you
Falling Guy: Wandering about the town plus all
the stuff I see on the web from around the world, and it’s great to work with
friends on stuff. Lynsey who tells it like it is, and my friends who now keep in
touch thrunu-produkt and enjoy a good
Wooster: What are you currently working on?
Can you give us a sneak peek?
Hopefully doing more work with friends - and I’ve been meaning to start putting
out some more of these rainbows. I messed about with these a while back but
never really got round to printing enough and getting them out. I’ll do a solid
run of them one day.