Kansas City, KS-- Troy Dimetri, 22, styles himself a graffiti artist sensitive to community standards.
"My works have been exhibited at innumerable utility poles and light fixtures in and around the city. I observe graffiti etiquette by not assaulting community standards."
A lifelong member of Local 101 Graffiti Artists Union, he claims that all his drawings, though done illegally, are nonetheless done with care and craftsmanship.
"My aim is to leave my mark on as many walls and public utilities as possible without being needlessly provocative."