Without the help of any stencils or brushes, armed only with spray cans of paint and his own talent, London graffiti artist David Walker creates intricate and delicate girlish portraits.
David Walker has already gained fame in the world of street art thanks to his original refined style.
Today, the artist's works are exhibited in galleries around the world.
As you probably already noticed, David Walker's favorite object of drawing is female portraits.
At the same time, all his girls are different at the same time, but at the same time similar.
David does not use brushes, because he fundamentally separates graffiti and traditional painting.
At first, he used only black, white and pink paints, because it was cheaper and allowed him to focus on his drawings.
Then, he accidentally stumbled upon a box of colored paints that were once abandoned in the studio, and began experimenting with as many colors as he could, and then with all at once.
Unlike many street artists who prefer to remain anonymous, David works in full view of the public.