We got the call from Dr. Connor to do a special mural project with the graduating 8th-grade class. We were excited, to say the least. We worked with the art teachers and students to come up with a concept. We wanted to show the different things that they teach at the school and wanted to […]
This was such a fun project! This is a temporary installation to take a garage on a rundown building and make it something interesting to take pictures in front of. We started with the Welcome To Trenton and built the cityscape off of that. I was able to use an existing structure and turn it […]
I’ve always been fascinated about what makes graffiti artists choose a particular spot to paint. Some times it’s about high visibility and other times it’s about safety and seclusion. Whatever the reason might be, we invade these spaces, sometimes with heavy planning and other times it could be totally spontaneous. I always felt a bit like an urban explorer. Graffiti has taken me to some pretty strange places over the years.
Back in 2010, I had spent some time thinking about all of this and decided to start a website that was less about the graffiti but the total environment of the spaces we create our art. The site was called Graffiti Spaces and was basically a person photography project of mine. It only last a year or so, but I wanted to document some of the photos I posted because there were some good ones in there.