"I first came across their work in Munich in 1998. I went out there and stayed with Loomit who had met them on a trip to Brazil, noted how talented they were, and brought them over to Europe to paint. They adapted really well to the European style of painting, especially with the German graffiti artists they tended to work with."
European paint technology really changed the way they worked. It's mad that they've become so famous; I still see them as the Brazilian graffiti twins. They definitely learned a great deal from Loomit, as well as Barry McGee, from when both artists visited the twins in Sao Paolo, but I guess we've all learned a lot from them along the way, too (in particular, how not to be afraid of the color yellow!)."