About a month ago, one of my art school buddies Michael Simpson (Percy Feils), asked me if I wanted to collaborate on a wall in Oakland. Of coarse I said yes, jumping at the opportunity to get down with an old friend. The wall has had some invaders since then, but rest assure we’ll be keeping it maintained as best we can. The wall/building is located at 40th and MLK in Oakland, CA, if you want to check it out in person.
Another Outside Lands. This year was amazing as always. Full of Music, Art, Friends, Beer and Food. Painting with my man Ken Davis was a good time. Thanks to Jeben Berg, Juxtapoz and the rest of the Outsider Art crew for the good time.
A few snap shots below. Enjoy.
Subm2 crew on the left and Apex on the right in action.
Renos and daughter.
Ricky Watts and Griffin One.
Got to met Flaming Lips lead singer Wayne Coyne. Sweet!
Process shot credit: memarisol
Lots of fans had photo ops by my piece. I’m flattered.
TONS OF PEOPLE! Photo credit Ranger Dave and OutsideLands. THANK YOU!!!
Finally getting around to posting pictures of the mural project I did for the law offices of Tamor & Tamor. They are extremely kind people and thoughtful defense attorneys. It was a please to work with folks that have similar political views.
I’m extremely honored to be a part of this year’s Carpe Diem show at Loakal. Some real heavy hitters painting in a 24 hour window.
Here is a nice video from last years Carpe Diem.
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I’ll be getting my graffiti fix this weekend in Fresno, CA with some of the most amazing artist on the west coast. Hope to see you there.
Flyer by: Timber
The kind folks at Ground Sounds recently did this really thoughtful interview.
Check it out here.
I’m very honored and excited to be exhibiting along side good friends and exceptional artist Victor Malagon and Ricky Watts.
Possibilities are Endless at Sacramento State runs from October 28 through November 21. Open reception is Thursday, November 7, 6pm-8pm.
Below is a project that had been in the making ever since my wife and I moved to Pepper Drive in Concord. Don’s Market has become our local corner store and I’ve passed by this blank wall for years. The owners of Don’s liked my work and were always open to me painting it. I just needed to get approval from the city of Concord, get support for materials and make time out of my busy schedule.
The support I received from the neighborhood was overwhelming. Special thanks to Cresco Rentals for the scissor lift and Kelly Moore for the paint and supplies.
Here are before and after shots.
Here are some process shots.
I went and checked out my good friend Tim Diet’s show “Split Personalities” last Friday at RVCA in San Francisco, who is showing along with Justin Hager. I’ve always had a ton of respect for Tim and love his work. His attention to detail and perfection is stellar. I highly recommend you go check it.