Spenser Hensel: Subjects of Choice
Above all else, Hensel enjoys using people as the subjects of his stencils, mainly because of the thrill of recognizing a person solely through well-placed paint.
He doesn't limit his repertoire to just people, though. Hensel claims he "once did a grizzly bear," and a few other subjects.
Hensel has never tried spraying a stencil in public, but if he were to try he'd probably tag the 34th street wall. Spraying a stencil in public presents a new set of challenges, such as wind, adhering the stencil to the wall, etc.
If he had unlimited expendable income, Hensel would love to create a giant stencil out of adhesive vinyl so he could leave a tag and make a quick getaway.