The study of space and volume is one of the most important research topics of the trend that characterises 3D graffiti, due to the difficulty in trasferring the three-dimensional image perceived by the eye onto the two-dimensional surface of the wall. The dialogue between architeture and graffiti must attain perfect compositonal and chromatic harmony. In painting, volume can be represented by an “illusion” obtained with light, shade and perspective. Asker, through the use of light, highlights the various planes and geometrical volumes, defining the shape and style of his letters.
The organic and filiform signs hint at the dynamism of the static and sculptural balance of the volumes; the letter K, placed at the centre, is the starting point of this sense of movement. In the composition of the work, the fulcrum is the diagonals of the letter K that trigger an explosion effect in dynamic and articulated volumes. The work is completed and integrated into its architectural context together with Weik’s graffiti, placed to the right and which balances the compostion. In their formal balance, the two works reflect the bond of understanding that had tied the two artists for years.