He started from the spray painting and graffiti on buildings and trains in Downtown NY and ended up with the fame of influential African-American artist who is responsible for elevating graffiti artists into the realm of the New York gallery scene. “Back of the neck” (1983) "Boxer Rebellion," based on a work on paper created in 1982-83, depicts two boxers with stylized anatomical features exchanging blows, surrounded by references to boxing, the Chinese Boxer Rebellion, and related texts.