WiseTwo is an internationally acclaimed street and studio-based artist. Following an active street art career spanning more than 10 years, his work can now be found in major cities around the world.

Through his work, WiseTwo attempts to decipher ancient, cultures, rhythms, codes, hieroglyphs symbology, mystical and ritual objects of a deep and powerful continent, Africa, as well as striving for personal growth and wisdom emphasizing on spiritual release and meditation that speaks to us of the complexities of the human condition.

WiseTwo’s first solo show in Paris, France, titled exposition: WiseTwo, which dealt with the balance of life, and creating a different universe highly influenced by culture, spirituality and pureness, the very things or notions that we constantly encounter on a daily basis and subconscious decide to take it for granted.

Wisetwo’s paintings/murals bring forth the intricacies of everyday life and the spiritual and meditative process of any kind of work is indeed sacred, and a good reason to cherish the roots just as much as we cherish the fruits of the tree.

Murals

Jericho Mural, December 2015, Nairobi, Kenya

Coke Zero Activation Murals, September 2015, Kigali, Rwanda

Painting Community Murals with Kurema Kureba Kwiga, June – July 2015, Kigali, Rwanda

Nostalgic Blue Mural, Tunis, Tunisia for Urban Project group show, June 2015

The Spiritual now and then, Mural on Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California. 2015

Nelson Mandela Mural, United states International University, Africa, in Nairobi, Kenya.

Djerbahood Mural, Djerba, Tunisia. 2015

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Canvas titled: Golden Hieroglyphs, Nairobi, Kenya, New Terminal, June 2015

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Titled: Kshetra, Nairobi, Kenya, New Terminal, June 2014

International School of Kenya, Tree of Knowledge Mural, Nairobi, Kenya May 2014

United States International University, Prof, Wangari Maathai Mural, Nairobi, Kenya April 2014

United States International University, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Mural, Nairobi, Kenya April 2014

United Nations commissioned mural for the South South Global Expo, Nairobi, Kenya October 2013

United Nations commissioned mural for the spray for Change Initiative (Basco Paints) October 2013

Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York (United States of America) September 2013 with Joel Artista, Esteban and Tanya

The Bushwick Collective, Brooklyn, New York (United States of America) September 2013

Wall Therapy 2013 Rochester, New York (United States of America) 2013

Jersey Fresh Jam, New Jersey (United States of America) 2013 with Joel Artista

Nai Ni Who? Mural Project with Kuona Trust Nairobi,Kenya June 2013

Mural for Basco Paints at the Progressive music festival, Nairobi, Kenya 2013

Mural for Basco paints delivery vehicle, Nairobi, Kenya 2013

Le Palanka Murals off James Gichuru Rd Lavington, Nairobi, Kenya April 2013

Basco Paints commissioned mural at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi, Kenya, February 2013

Kibera Peace train mural, Nairobi, Kenya, February 2013

Aztec Eyes, Sarakasi Dome, Nairobi Kenya December 2012 with BankSlave

Singapore Mural, Somerset Park, March 2011 with Skope Woner, Deaz and Kyot

Exhibition and Shows

Urban Project Group show, Tunis Tunisia, June 2015

WiseTwo Solo Show, Paris France, November 7th – 19th December 2015

Lectures and Workshops

Painting Community, June 15th 2015 Goethe Institute, Kigali, Rwanda

United States International University Africa, 2010-2013, Lectures on Culture, Street Art, Protest Art, Silent Revolution and its greater impacts.

Stencil workshops with Action Aid students from Scandinavian countries (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland) 2011 – 2013

Title: The power of stencil art in creating change in the society we live in

1st World Youth Alliance International Arts Forum, New York City, United States November 2012