Painting graffiti might really only be half of the battle. The other half is documenting them, eternalising fugacious art through photography. Truth be told, a great graffiti mural is almost worth nothing if photographed badly and so we are so taken by Kringe‘s work: his passion for graffiti writing is something, and bringing the most out of each piece via photography is quite another. There’s a certain kind of awareness present in his photos whereby we are assured that the composition, lighting, texture, and other equally important aspects did not occur by happenstance.