Yesterday whilst passing through Croydon and trying our luck to see what was currently on the legal walls in The Queen’s Gardens were fortunate enough to find the latest work from 3D Graffiti Writer Lovepusher. Having began painting in 1995 and since then transitioning from painting a more traditional urban form of typography to his current futuristic 3D creations. In the process developing his own glowing style of painting using light, shade and perspective in order to make his works pop off the walls on which they adorn. What is immediately noticeable about this work is how Lovepusher has taken a break from his prevalent ‘Jesus’ tag and took the time to experiment with some new letters and worked with the word ‘flight’, creating a piece that further demonstrates how versatile Lovepusher is with his exceptional typography skills. What is most impressive about this piece for us though is the manner in which the ‘fli’ are painted protruding from the surface and the ‘ght’ are set sank into the canvas, really a great fusion of effects.