When Will Kasso, first talked to me about doing a show at the Morris Museum I was instantly intrigued. I got really excited when I found out that we were actually painting directly onto the walls at the Morris Museum. For my piece, I chose to paint a traditional graffiti piece with my signature “Rain”, … Continue reading Aerosol: Graffiti | Street Art | New Jersey | Now at Morris Museum
For its fifth year, the Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series activated Mill Hill Park—an easily-accessible, underused park in the state capital’s historic downtown core—building upon the progress of the previous four years, spurring economic activity and community participation, giving people of all backgrounds a place to connect and enliven their community through free, live music. Leon Rainbow … Continue reading MURALS ON FRONT 2019
I did some live painting recently for the Levitt AMP Festival in Trenton. Big thanks to the Trenton Downtown Association and Leon Rainbow for the invite. Good time…check it out.
One of my favorite events throughout the year is always the Jersey Fresh Jam. So much talent in one place is inspiring. Once again, big shout out to all my old friends and new ones. Here is my piece from the event…check it out!
Graffiti-inspired street designs were painted to help slow traffic and protect pedestrians at two busy Brunswick Avenue on Saturday, August 10, 2019. Neighbors have identified these intersections near Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School and Rivera Community Middle School as hazardous. Similar “streetscape” or “tactical urbanism” projects in other cities have successfully slowed traffic and improved pedestrian … Continue reading Unity Tactical Urbanism Project
curated by Leon Rainbow August 3 – August 31Opening Reception: August 3, 7-9pm Artworks Trenton, NJ American Steel Forever is a celebration of American train art and culture. This goes back to the early 1900’s with Hobo Monikers, The 1970s-90 with NYC subway graffiti and the 1990s to present with the freight train movement. This … Continue reading American Steel Forever Art : Train Art in America
Keep them bad vibes away…nuff said.