Graffiti-based art is always a treat for the eyes. It tends to be colorful, edgy, raw and uncontained. It’s based after graffiti, after all.
Established artsists whose choice medium is graffiti-based are few and far between. That goes double for those who delve into the eroticism and portray erotic ideas through their art. Enter Mode 2.
Mode 2’s work grabs the viewer from the moment their eyes make visible contact with the line work. One can’t help but stare. Between the lines and the voided space a viewer can become mesmerized.
Sex is obviously a common theme in Mode 2’s pieces and it’s blatant with clean cut lines. “Edgy sex” might be a term to describe the scenes created by Mode 2.