The studio artist Koko, born Konstantin Egorov. Koko explains that he was inspired to pursue art after seeing graffiti on the Q Train from Brooklyn to Manhattan and his practice now includes street art, stencil, collage and painting on canvas. Koko has become known for his long and geometric script, which he developed while looking towards Egyptian and Native American traditional symbols. Though his marks resemble the calligraphy of multiple cultures (and he maintains that he composes his works in English and Spanish), the writing does not belong to a particular language. Retna explains, “I want my text to feel universal. I want people from different cultures to all find some similarity in it—whether they can read it or not.”

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