I love me some Twist. I feel like he’s a hero of my graffiti generation and a fine art hero as well. I saw the Muni tunnel animations in person. I saw the aerosol kids at psycho city and his famous red construction walls as well. I’ve seen his monster faux stickers in bus stop ad kiosks and I have a few of his old stickers that I stole off signs in my early black books. He’s been an influence on my graffiti view point as he’s always transcended the politics of graffiti’s role and traditional confines. He’s a large part of why the San Francisco graffiti scene is so interesting and eclectic. Creative Lives Interviewed him as part of their on going profile series. It’s nice to get a glimpse into his thinking and his process.