Ces' piece is spray, air brush, and acrylic paint on a 12 inch by 12 inch canvas.
Ces began writing graffiti in the early 80s as part of the second wave of writers, that innovated in letters. Influenced by the dynamics of the pioneers: large images on trains, subways and walls, Ces helped developed the writing commonly known as wildstyle. The NY wildstyle that Ces was instrumental in developing employed more jagged, aggressive and hard edge letters as opposed in the rounded script of classical graffiti.
Ces, also known as Wish, has produced large aerosol murals in various countries and continents. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Complex Magazine, Rad Pages, The Source, Mass Appeal, TimeOut-New York, and Sneaker Pimps-Motug among many other publications.