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Born and raised in the borough of Camden, North London, Panik started painting Graffiti in 1999 influenced and propelled by the DIY attitude and energy of the many subcultures that, like his Graffiti, swirled around London’s streets at the time.


Teaming up with the late Jan ‘Aset’ Francis and others he learned his trade in the North-West London Graffiti crew ATG, that dominated the scene during this era. By the mid 00’s Panik had acquired the title of the ‘Rooftop King’ from his prolific rooftop-based output, carving out his own lane which he’s travelled in ever since.


ATG quickly captured the zeitgeist of the 00’s, using Graffiti as a springboard to create a movement that spanned across art, music and street wear and were known for putting on era defining raves that captured the restless optimism of the times.

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