I roughly sketched out a tidal wave made up of graffiti elements; chrome arrows, splashes and drips. Conrad thought to add a tiger jumping with the flow of the water, parts of the body and head repeated to denote movement. We decided that one clear tiger would have more impact visually. Especially if we gave it a dark edge to pop it off the chrome moon. The chrome shapes have been a recurring motif in many of my recent murals. Using shiny chrome and incorporating arrows and other elements from the graffiti world into my mural artworks is basically paying homage to the art-form that impassioned and shaped the trajectory of my life.