A series of portrait photographs of street artists made in the painting graffiti process. The pictures were taken from the surface as "blind" photographs on 36-frame photographic film.
It is known that graffiti is often accomplished in secret. Public interest in a spraying hooligan can lead to conflict or police arrest.
Who are these people making the graffiti, and when does it happen? A common person in the street can assume that the "pieces" emerge independently and live separately from their authors.
This project captures the moment when the "act of vandalism" was committed, but leaves in secret the nicknames of the street artists.