London-based graffiti artist Borondo differentiates his artwork from others through his signature use of thick dripping paint and unrestrained brushstrokes.
His art often requires the viewers to engage in introspection, while others adds new meaning to current events or activities.
For instance, one of his piece is cleverly placed at the edge of a canal, and deliberately done inverted so that it is seen the right-side up in its reflectoin on the water. It is aptly titled “Narcissus”.
Scroll down for more pictures and find more of the artist's works here.