As an illustrator and graffiti writer See One wanted to expand into fine arts. In 2009 the artist created an abstract style termed “Shards,” colorful, layered, swirling, sharp shapes reminiscent of broken shards of glass weaved in between tags, drips and texture.

Mixing this style with illustration techniques See One's artistic style emerged onto canvases and walls that has come to represent New York’s brand of contemporary graffiti hybrid abstraction. 


2017:

This was a studio series experiment where I merged pop culture iconography and faces with my abstract style which lead to interesting results.

2016

Continuing with animal interpretations and mixing in my character Miru to expand on the abstract art

2015

Experimentation with animals figures and abstract styles

2014

Heavier use of black and white, animal and abstract inspiration

2013

Breaking away from solid abstraction, I add illustration elements into the mix

2012

Solid Abstraction, heavy black and white use

2011

Abstract inspirations, while exploring the artistic style

2010

Expansion of my abstract style, experimenting with figures

2009

The beginning of abstract exploration as an illustrator