Spenser Hensel is a junior Art & Art History major at the University of Florida with a particular knack for creating hyper-realistic spray paint stencils.
Through his years of experience with stenciling, Hensel has worked with a wide variety of materials ranging from pocket knives and cardstock paper to eight-foot tall canvasses.
Eventually, Hensel wants to become a high school art teacher- but for right now, he's a natural with the aerosol can. I mean, come on- even his last name rhymes with "stencil."
Hensel explains how he got started making stencils with a friend, and the progress he has made since then.
Hensel goes over the various equipment that he uses when stenciling.
Hensel chronicles his biggest stencil undertaking so far- several life-size portraits.
Hensel describes his favorite subject to make stencils of and talks public stenciling.