09. Mesiasoners

01. How would you define Mesiasoners?

Mesiasoners? That’s my pseudonym. It means: “Redeemer of the street artists” (ha, ha…)

02. How did all begin? How long have you been with this?

For about 18 years I am engaged in graffiti; I am doing stickers about 3 or 4 years.

03. Why do you attaching stickers?

Stickers are fun, you can make them look interesting and they are easily distributed.

04. An interesting anecdote?

Sometimes we stroll around and paste stickers in pairs or in a threesome. To stick them high above the ground we build long poles or give each other a step-up.

05. How do you see the sticker culture? Is there really subculture?

I think stickers are subculture as long as they have a message.

06. Do you considerer this movement like an art? What do you try to transmit with this?

Yes, I think my stickers are art. All of them are handmade and usually they have a message. Often they are against fascism, for the legalization of marijuana, speak out for environmental protection or against xenophobia. Stickers are spread around the world and are eagerly exchanged between the artists.

07. Anything new in mind?

Yes, I would like to put up my stickers in other places. I have already started my “Eggman invasion”.

08. Farthest place where do you have gone? Where would you like see your stickers?

To date I was only traveling in Germany with my stickers, but others have already pasted them in many European countries, in the US, Australia and Hanoi.

09. Some advice for the people are beginning in this art?

Yes, dear new artists, please continue. I also know rookies who I advise and support.

10. Someone who had been a reference for you?

Buder is well-known and has my respect.

11. Whom would you offer next month?

I appoint Stek from Leipzig for the next interview. His multifaceted work is fanciful and in a lot of different styles.

Do you have anyting to say? Greatings and thank you?

I greet all sticker friends and the Slapstickz family.

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