Artist Logan Hicks recently has been working away at the infamous Houston & Bowery wall in New York City, where he painted an incredible new stencil piece entitled “Story of my Life.” The piece features his signature stencil style and features a number of important figures in his life such as Martha Cooper, Chris Stain, Sara & Marc Schiller of the Wooster Collective, Rosie Perez, Elbow Toe, Joe Iurato, The London Police, and Lori Zimmer.
“It took 80 hours and seven humid, sticky days and nights to complete, longer than it took God to make Heaven and Earth, according to scriptures. But the powerful transformation of the famed Houston street wall [by REVOK and POSE] that took place last week had as profound an effect on many New York fans of street art and Graffiti as the melting of the North and South poles. And that was probably intentional.” – Huffington Post
Presented by LRG Artist Driven and shot by KC Ortiz in Houston, the video begins with a montage of shots of different tributes painted in memory of NEKST as well as some of his work that’s still running strong. However, the main focus of the video is VIZIE painting a memorial burner for his brother in his incredible style. Finally, the video ends with quick cuts of very rare footage of NEKST getting busy. Peep the science after the jump. May truly Nekst rest in peace.