- A few months back I did some script/type drawings for my previous employer that was to be used for their social media account, to celebrate Diversity in Design. Some phrases were taken from answers to questions asked of employees, and there were questions about favorite drinks, first job, favorite artist, and languages spoken. It was a really fun project because of my love for drawing letters. All of these were done on an iPad.
A little light sketching to get the morning moving in the right direction...
No doubt, you will be seeing a lot of tribute posts for Cool Disco Dan, today. For writers in the D.C./Maryland/Virginia area he's an iconic person in their history, and will always be part of who they are as writers. Cool Disco Dan was, is, and always will be legendary... rest easy, my friend.
- ASCENDANCE_v2 / 20x20x2 / Layers cut from Russian birch / One of three pieces that was made this Spring for a group show at Scream Gallery in London. All three pieces are available, please PM for details.
- October 1991 - I was heavily inspired by my mentor at the time @raevyn_tws when I drew this piece for RUST.
They're back, and as you'd expect, it's high quality, high content. Can't wait to see what these guys have up their sleeves... @12ozprophet @12ozprophet @12ozprophet
Sometimes work isn’t really work. This is part of a mural concept for the studio. As a kid I collected Weird Wheels trading cards, and constantly drew my favorite cars from each pack. I still remember the Slab Cab was my favorite card. That phrase on the banner atop the cab “You Kill Em, We Chill Em” was the coolest thing I had seen as a 10 year old...
I recently received this piece back from a gallery in San Francisco, which is great because I thought it was lost. BLACK and WHITE / 10” x 10” x 1” / Enamel on Cradled Birch Panel / DM me if you’re interested in purchasing.
- a look back at those early years when I first started experimenting with abstract Graffiti. This one was done in the @tribalstreetwear warehouse in San Diego in the early 90s. Regram from @kenshade619abhfo
I've been dealing with some heavy, dark crap over the last month, and I've neglected the one bit of therapy that helps - riding a bike. This morning the wife asked if I was going for a ride but I quickly realized she wasn't asking, she was telling. I really needed today to go well but after a long climb, and a few minutes into the fun bits, I pinch-flatted. No spare tube, nothing. At least it was nice to be in the middle of the woods where it's peaceful, quiet, and beautiful.
These could be celebration drinks... time will tell.