The duo are hard to put in a box. Their work mixes street art with pop art and everything in between. The results are fascinating. Whilst they proclaim not to be political, their work, as well as their methodology, suggests otherwise. Their pieces put normality into question and allow them to express themselves however they like. All of the materials they use are especially chosen for their unique qualities.
More often than not the materials used in their projects are recycled or reused from somewhere else.
For instance, they might use wooden planks from a demolished nursery, or recycled shipping materials. It gives their work a unique quality, serves the environment, and also provides strong, long-lasting materials for their creations.
A collaboration with Bolidt seems only right, as both entities use sustainable, versatile materials with an outlook that challenges the norm.