Saber says he mostly used fat caps but the mural was was experimental as he and Zes used "unconventional tools such as a fire extinguisher and bug sprayer. Usually these tools are used for bombing so the idea was that there are no mistakes. Any mark made on the wall only adds to the layers creating the tension between tagging, color and the beige of buff"
"Our goal was to capture samples of this conflict that takes place in the urban environment between tagging, handstyles and the relentless buff," said Saber. "Eventually the buffing took on a life of it's own, almost turning into clouds weaving in and out of the scrawls"
Wrapping around the building like a ribbon, the use of materials and working with Zes is a subtle change from Saber's own personal compositions. Or at least there's a deeper subtext. "This particular style is an homage to this visual conflict that we see everyday in our city's walls," said Saber.