1. What do you write, and how did you come up with this name?
I write Disk. No deeper meaning behind it, though –  I took the name in 1992, after I got busted for my previous name. It actually means ”dishes” in swedish, but I really hate to make the dishes, so … yeah, it’s just a nice combination of letters, I guess.
  1. Are you from any crews?
I’m in CWD (Compulsive Writing Disorder) and some waaaay old crews that don’t really exist anymore. Ancient, almost.
  1. How long have you been writing?
I did my first (kinda crappy) piece in 1984, but I didn’t really get up to speed until 1988. But then I stopped writing in 1995–’96 and started again in 2012.
  1. What country are you from?
I’m from Gothenburg – a salty, windy, cold and rainy city on the west coast of Sweden. Love it.
  1. Do you remember how you got started?

Yeah, I started as most 70’s kids in Sweden; Style Wars was on Swedish TV in 1984 and Subway Art popped up in bookstores around the same time, and a lot of us kids saw those, so we just went out and picked up any cans we could find and started to spray on walls and stuff. Great times!

  1. What makes you keep going?
Compulsive Writing Disorder, really.
  1. Describe your style in one word.
Restless.
  1. Pieces, Throw Ups or Tags? 
All good things comes in threes.
  1. Kim Kardashian, Miley Cyrus or Rihanna?
Ok, scratch what I said earlier, not all things comes in threes.
  1. What are you trying to gain from doing Graffiti?
Nothing really, I just have a really strong urge to paint on other peoples stuff.
  1. Are you in it for the fame or the fame?
Probably the fame, actually.
  1. Do you consider Graffiti – Art or Vandalism?
Both. It’s always been both. That’s the beauty of it.
  1. Who is your favorite writer of all time?
Can I pass on this? There are sooooo many…
  1. Favorite crew of all time?
Hmm, can’t really pick one here either, I love most of the old New York crews, but the crew that probably had the most influence on me as an european, has to be TCA, to be honest.
  1. Who comes first, hoes or bros?
Girls first. The walls and trains are always going to be there anyway, waiting.
  1. Tell us a crazy story.
Well, there’s been a lot of really weird situations on really weird missions, but the weirdest for me was in ’94, when I was painting under an old bridge in rural Exeter and suddenly I was rushed by a huge flock of sheep. They just kept pushing me out from under the bridge, so I actually had to leave as they just stopped and took the spot. Damn those sheeps.
  1. Favorite paint brand?
I paint with everything really, but I’m actually a sucker for old european brands, like Auto K.
  1. North Korea or Syria?
North Korea is best Korea.
  1. What is your favorite part of being a Graffiti writer?
Having a second nature. It’s almost as having a secret identity.
  1. What do you hate about Graff?
Nothing really. I love all application of a medium to a surface.
  1. Any advice for new writers?
Nah, enough with curling for the new generations – they have to find out things for themselves, as we all did. (But do look out for the sheeps, though…).
  1. Any last words or shout outs?
Thanks for asking me, guys. And a shout out to the rest of the crew: Sletz, Hose, Code26, Roxes, Waste and Voice. And a special thanks to Dudez, Dome, Hank, Dwais, Gouge, Just One and Tux. Cheers!