Brooklyn born and bred, Bast has been an intricate part of the street art scene for well over 15 years throughout New York and Europe, his wheat-pasted images and tags featuring prominently across the urban landscape. A sometime collaborator of the mighty Faile collective. Screen printing is at the heart of most all Bast’s work, although it rarely stops there as he collages iconic images and logo’s, before adding thick, heavy-handed layers of paint
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