Walrus TV Artist Feature: Buff Diss

“If you decide to civilly disobey, then how far do you take it? Walking through the city and you see a construction site and scaffolding, it’s more of an invitation, as opposed to…architectural progress.”
-Buff Diss

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Buff Diss is a non-traditional “street artist.” Instead of wielding spray paint and markers, Buff Diss’s tool of choice is masking tape. His love of traditional graffiti led him to see the city as canvas and paved the way for his unique style of art. Since the tape is removed so easily, he’s stumped government officials from city to city and Buff Diss “enjoys the confusion it creates for them.” He enjoys the tactile interaction with architecture, city streets and derelict buildings – keep your eyes peeled for his masking tape pieces. Watch the interview on Walrus TV.

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