Talk:108 (artist)

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He, He, His, His, It, His[edit]

Whoever has time to rewrite this page,
take into account that currently the first
words of sentence 1 to 6 are: He, He, His, His, It, His.
( Which bothers when reading )
Tristan Laurillard (talk) 06:01, 7 April 2009 (UTC)

You're right. In fact, it reads like someone may have started with "I, I, My, My, It, My" and changed to the third person; in other words, as if it were just transferred from a statement by the artist. As does this:
"It is his firm intention to make visual chaos." How would one, other than the artist himself, support such a remark? Surely it's an unattributed quotation from 108 himself?
I found this on another site:

The Italian artist 108 evolved from graffiti into street art. After spending time reading articles and seeing peoples’ lives devoted to user interface design and information architecture, I thought it quite hilarious when I read 108’s self-described direction: “[the] …firm intention to make visual chaos.” http://inksie.com/journal/street-art-graffiti/

The article needs to be written as a neutral bio, not as a sort of mission statement from the artist himself. 74.65.209.146 (talk) 05:26, 21 February 2010 (UTC)

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