Kodak Moments: Bill and I were getting paint one night and this kid and his mom were in line ahead of us. I noticed his tattoo and it tore me to shreds. I told the mom I was collecting pictures of tattoos for a project I was working on. I had to have some line to get the photo. The kid was 13. I didn’t ask how his Dad died. Didn’t want to make things worse.
One from way back in 2001 titled "Casual Destruction". Owned by my man Justin @closedcasketactivities. Today he brought it into @jack_somebody for expert framing. In this piece is my father in Vietnam, my uncle in his winter hat and gloves on Kenwood ave, and William Casby. The girl jumping rope and boy with ore were random images from the first stencils I ever cut in 1998. Thank you gentlemen from shedding some light on this old piece.
Prints available! Hot off the @pepperspraypress ! My man @scoutpines re-birthed an old design I worked on many moons ago. We originally printed them on Postal stickers circa 2001 when we worked in Chatham at EVR. "Beat Street is a lesson too, cause you can't let the streets beat you, ungh!"