Mr. Migo’s involvement in graffiti started when he was still in high
school in 2002. He studied graphic design for three years at the Ruth
Prowse School of Art in Woodstock.
In 2014 he started the Crate Collective with
fellow street artists Skubalisto and Chris Auret. “We realised that
individually we were all busy pushing our own styles and as a collective
we could grow and learn from each other,” he says.
Together they took
part in the Flatlands Tour
exhibition (with other street artists) in Kgubetswana, a township near
Clarens in Free State. It was held at Clarens art gallery, Ism Skism,
and besides the exhibition the collective painted walls, water tanks,
tuck shops, houses and more in the township.