Thursday, November 27, 2014

My new website is up!

Go check out my new site, I will be putting up new content often.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Interview in Societe Perrier

Perrier was one of the sponsors of the Plain Air Festival I took part of recently and they have liked my work enought to give me this interview, you can read it here: Societe Perrier

Saturday, October 25, 2014

galactic hair study

Here is a little acrylic and pencils painting that started out as a life study.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Los Angeles Plain Air Festival

I took a part of the Los Angeles Plain Air Festival that mainly took place around my own backyard - Downtown. It was a fun event that pushed me out of my studio and into the elements of outdoors, we were "roughing it". I painted this cool fire escape right here on Spring Street, there is some graffiti on it that has been running almost a decade. The painting turned out great, I love it, and it got me 1st place in the acrylic category, woot! Its painted on wood and size is 24 x 48 inches, available:

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

FEARLESS at True Religion

Recently I have been invited to help out on an values event and fall '14 launch party at True Religion clothing company. We took a fearless risk to use bold graffiti roller style to emphasize the true meaning of what being fearless is all about. The crowd and owners loved it, this is a first of four values we will be promoting through out the company in an rather unusal/street art theme. I love doing rollers, there is almost no limit to scale when painting with a roller on a pole, add those tall ladders and you got yourself a giant FEARLESS piece.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Hands Mural

I just painted another mural, this time its in the Arts District. Two hands guarding the Colyton and 5th corner. This is on a cool new Arts District Flea market walls, which I helped out with identity and signage.

Saturday, May 24, 2014


This collaborative mural between Tommii Lim and I was painted before and during the Born Modern art show at 72 and Sunny university program called 72U.  We decided to go with the black and white theme to merge our styles together. In the modern world human interactions are often limited to expression via our cellphones. More often we say "I love You" over the phone rather than directly to the person intended. The phone is sort of telling us when to feel, and thanks to that we feel more often in this modern world.  The art show was a blast, a warehouse full of creative "moderns" vibrated with DJs and mind blowing visuals. Check out the video from the art show here.