Xenz (b. 1974) became a graffiti artist at the age of 14, painting inside the derelict warehouses of Hull, having been inspired from films and books that documented the sub culture in New York. He developed the tag “sense” which evolved into what he uses today – Xenz (pronounced “zenz”).
He lived in Bristol where he painted many pieces alongside one of the UK’s longest standing and most respected graffiti crews TCF, and artists such as Banksy, Inkie and many others.
Having practiced graffiti art for over 20 years, he has developed a unique style, painting landscapes from his imagination using the spray can to capture fragments of memory and ever-changing subject matter, often drawn from the natural world.