Yes, it is indeed power, impact, and relevance in the choice of subject matter, the angel of approach for image-making, and the mix of humor.

Anonymous from France, Goin cut his first stencil in 1996, and has expressed himself in the street on a regular basis since 1999.

His vision on the solidarity commitment, crossed with punk rock, offers us hardline militant works.
The stencil is his favorite tool, but is primarily a tool: effective, no frills, clean, only to serve the subject.
The guy is talented ... his brain works rather well and quickly, and his compositions are of a simplicity that magnifies the subject, making his works super effective, all loaded with a healthy dose of wry humor.
He is the leading Artist in the street and not in the mainstream!
Yes, it is indeed power, impact, and relevance in the choice of subject matter, the angel of approach for image-making, and the mix of humor.
It is the balance of the gravity of the subject/strenght of the visual/humor that makes the quality of the work, an explosiv cocktail to be handled carelessly, because if it explodes, it's successful!