At the United Nations Environmental Program Head Quarters for the South South Global Expo in Nairobi-Kenya (October 2013)
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WiseTwo a street artist whose work is based on intensive research focusing on ancient civilizations and their writing systems, tribal markings, African Masks and patterns which subconsciously affect us one way or another. WiseTwo believes that all that we are today has a lot to do with the ancient of times. The way we think the way we speak and what we speak in regard to languages and how we relate to people through different cultural norms.
This research allows him to fuse and create his own interpretation and form of writing pattern that is fused with the murals created.
WiseTwo has been and played an integral part in bringing graffiti art to the mainstream audience in East Africa. Wise Two is also accredited with creating an awareness of the Kenyan graffiti art movement amongst the global graffiti community through his involvements in various international exhibitions and events.
WISETWO lives and works in Nairobi, Kenya
United States International University Africa, Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations, class of 2013
Institute of Legal Executives, Professional Higher Diploma in British Law, class of 2010
United Nations commissioned mural for the South South Global Expo, Nairobi, Kenya October 2013
United Nations commissioned mural for the spray for Change Initiative (Basco Paints) October 2013
Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York (United States of America) September 2013 with Joel Artista, Esteban and Tanya
The Bushwick Collective, Brooklyn, New York (United States of America) September 2013
Wall Therapy 2013 Rochester, New York (United States of America) 2013
Jersey Fresh Jam, New Jersey (United States of America) 2013 with Joel Artista
Nai Ni Who? Mural Project with Kuona Trust Nairobi,Kenya June 2013
Mural for Basco Paints at the Progressive music festival, Nairobi, Kenya 2013
Mural for Basco paints delivery vehicle, Nairobi, Kenya 2013
Le Palanka Murals off James Gichuru Rd Lavington, Nairobi, Kenya April 2013
Basco Paints commissioned mural at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi, Kenya, February 2013
Kibera Peace train mural, Nairobi, Kenya, February 2013
Aztec Eyes, Sarakasi Dome, Nairobi Kenya December 2012 with BankSlave
Singapore Mural, Somerset Park, March 2011 with Skope Woner, Deaz and Kyot
Lectures and Workshops
United States International University Africa, 2010-2013, Lectures on Street Art, Protest Art, Silent Revolution and greater impacts.
Stencil workshops with Action Aid students from Scandinavian countries, 2011 – 2013
The power of stencil art in creating change in the society we live in
1st World Youth Alliance International Arts Forum, New York City, United States November 2012