“I discovered street art in Berlin and was immediately fascinated. When I came back here, I thought it would be easy to find other street artists in Mallorca, but this scene barely existed. I am kind of proud of the fact that I helped to bring this culture to the island.
“I still have that bit of adrenaline, back from the past, when I just painted the walls without permission. Now the owners of walls ask me to paint them, but years ago it was very different; you had to paint and rush away before you got caught.
“I try to paint real moments of Mallorquín daily life. These are the things which define me as a person – the small things connected to Mallorca. The island lost its identity for a while. Now, many people miss the past and are a bit nostalgic for it. In part, that may be why so many people like my paintings.
“Outside on the street, it is interesting to see how people walking by like to share their opinions on my work. They even offer advice … and sometimes a cup of coffee.”