Here is some new work for Tito’s Mexican Street Eats in Garfield, NJ. Big thanks to Mimik for the assist!
I’ve got a limited run of my 36 Days of Type book. Check it out! You can pick one up here.
The mural for Jerome Gonzalez in Somerville, NJ is finally done! I gotta give a lot of shout outs on this one…my partner on this project Leon Rainbow, the folks at Phoenix Cafe for the awesome canvas, Gallery on Main and Arts on Devision for all their support, everyone who assisted on the artwork, everyone who helped raise funds and to all of Jerome’s family and friends for hanging out and sharing memories of a great dude. #cuzomural
I just wrapped up my first attempt at the 36 Days of Type project on Instagram. It was definitely a challenge to keep up with the pace, but glad it pushed me to think fast and experiment a bit with a few new styles. Check it out!
I recently wrapped up a project for Ginny’s Restaurant in Frenchtown, NJ. Good food and great people…go check them out!
I was asked to put together a team for an event at Viacom. They are a huge media company and are working to reduce their plastic consumption. As part of that initiative, they have given ALL of their employees in New York City stainless steel water bottles, so that they won’t need to recycle plastic bottles in the future. The issue becomes how do 5,000 employees who all get the same bottle know which is theirs? So I brought in a team of heavy hitters to the Viacom offices in the heart of New York City to customize bottles for their employees with their names. Together, we rocked hundreds of bottles and plan to go back for more work soon. Big thanks to the team including BrainPaste, Leon Rainbow, Zar, Mimik, 5in5o, Jenna Morello, Big Ronnie and Morello+Company!! Check out some pics from th event…
I love getting a chance to go back to my hometown of Elizabeth, NJ and paint something, so I was stoked to paint this traffic control box outside of the Red Eye communal living home. It’s a really cool space and they are doing some big things including making the neighborhood a little more art-friendly. Anyway, check out the pics below…