“The Melboune raised but Berlin based artist Buff Diss has created a unique brand of independent public art, eschewing the use of paint to work solely through the medium of tape. Although his polished, dexterous designs can be appreciated in and of themselves however, it is the manner in which they combine with their architectural surround that propels them onto a more thoughtful, more distinctive terrain, the clean images confronting their often defaced, dirt-engrained surrounds in an unexpectedly congruous manner. Using the environment of the city not as a blank canvas but as a living expanse then, a site with a deep history embedded within it, Buff Diss aims to develop a “relationship with space”, a “conversation with the architecture”, he revels in forming a materially tactile intervention with his surround.”

Rafael Schacter, The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti





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