I recently wrapped up a project for Ginny’s Restaurant in Frenchtown, NJ. Good food and great people…go check them out!
Streets Keep Callin’ is a mixed media installation that transforms the gallery into the street. The viewer is transported into a forgotten land of style, color, and texture. You can almost hear the train horns and factories humming. The installation combines photography, painting and various found objects into a multimedia environment. The installation was designed … Continue reading Streets Keep Callin’ Installation at BSB Gallery
I only had about 30 minutes to bang this out, but at least I scratched the itch to paint…Elizabeth, NJ. Big shoutout to @njgraffitiart for the invite.
A few months ago, I was contacted by the Princeton University Art Museum to create a special installation for their annual fundraiser. This years event was to be NYC in the 1980s themed. This was to coincide with the huge Basquiat Exhibit that they are having next year. I was given a lot of creative freedom. For … Continue reading Princeton University Museum Installation
When I heard that I Am Trenton was doing a public art grant for the Old Trenton Neighborhood, my thoughts drifted to the wall on the side of the Broad Street Furniture Store. This site captured the architecture from Broad Street Discount Furniture to the Mercer County Community College Fashion and Design school. So I decided to bring … Continue reading Beautiful Broad Street Mural
…get off my cloud! Had to do this one for one of my favorite songs from the Wu!
I decided to jump on the graffiti alphabet bandwagon and put this together, but wanted to add my own “twist”. See what I did there? Haha!
Here is an illustration I did recently for the bro, @njgraffitiart on the iPad Pro. Had fun remixing this idea from a painting I did years ago. Peep it…