Playing tracks by
BUST discovered his love of art much like a backpacker tracking through the African jungle ‘discovers' West Nile Virus. Graffiti bit into him in his early teens and it instantly took over his life. Growing up in Basel Switzerland, painting trains and writing graffiti was all that mattered to the young artists, but it wasn’t until many years later that he recognized what he was doing as making art. He quickly began experimenting with every method of putting art in the streets from posters to stencils, installations and fake campaigns, and anything else he could come up with. The work that BUST makes today is visual history lesson of all the things he has done in his past. A mash-up of styles and media all constructed with the precision and craftmanship only a Swiss guy is capable of.