Like many street artists, Bond TruLuv never travels without his skateboard. And the idea came to him to try something new, something that left a lot to chance and to leave the wall to explore the ground: painting on his board.

First of all, equipped with a large broom soaked in paint and according to the rhythm and the speed, he traces on the ground, more or less fine interlacing colours, then he adds to it the jets coming out of the canisters that he fixed under his board. The spectator then discovers the work from above.

Bond TruLuv’s second work in the escalator to the Coop parking in Crans-Montana puzzling the viewer with an anamorph composition suggesting walking through a tube. 

Curated by Yasha Young