Blaster’s work combines realism with abstraction, combining them in a manner that makes them look and feel “real”. Impressions of street culture, graffiti, alcoholism, and overindulgence are just some of the many motifs used in his work. Three dimensional lettering, local iconic symbols, beer bottles and nostalgic images are among his favorite subjects he utilizes to stitch together works that relate and define his growing up in the city of El Paso. He continues to vigorously push the limits of aerosol paint while not limiting his work to one medium or theme.