Daily Graffiti: In East London, no one can hear you scream. Most likely inspired by the hype surrounding Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, this Alien piece by U.K. based graff artist Probs does H.R. Geiger’s work justice.

The epic Alien production proved that the Samurai Painting style ( No Thinking Just Movement) and offshoot of the Shaolin Shadow painting School can cover large areas with style and grace without getting caught up in indecision and monotony.  This confident application of paint shuns the status quo of run of the mill photo-realism and adopts ultimate fun as its core principle.  You should be able to see the paint strokes, the mistakes, the artists own true style and not hide behind technique and glossy reproduced image.  The spray can is king and influences the final production.

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