Sunday, June 30, 2013


Monday, May 13, 2013


In a landmark urban renewal effort, city planners, developers, and architects partnered to commission this 120' mural on a concrete DOT wall in downtown Charleston.
Located at King Street and Fishburne, next to Recovery Room.

While in Charleston, I painted this mural in West Ashley with the support of ChArt Outdoor Initiative.
Located on Alycia Alley behone Gene's Haufbrau.

Living Walls: East Atlanta Village

I painted this mural on the side of Tomatillo's in East Atlanta Village.

Monday, February 4, 2013

Bay of Banderas, Mexico

I did a two-week tour of the Bay of Banderas, on the Pacific Coast of Central Mexico, with Festival Anonymous, an international street art organization. I painted murals in towns along the bay, including Bucerias, Sayulita, and Las Animas. These pieces were inspired by the natural landscape there, as well as the mesmerizing art of the Huichol, a group indigenous to the Nayarit region.

Thanks so much to everyone involved in this project, especially Nicole Majewski and K.T. Kirkpatrick, Harold and Sue Sokolove, Megan Kirkpatrick, Jesse Cann, Ian Ferris, and the Sayulita Cultural Center.

Large mural in Bucerias:

Small mural at the Sayulita Cultural Center:


Miami Art Basel 2013

Pictures from this year's Miami Art Basel trip! All of these are in the Wynwood District, painted over a two-week period in late-November through Early December. Thanks so much to Danielle Brutto, Jon Graham, Josh and Tracy Kohn, Ishmael, the whole Heineken Mural Project crew and artists, Jorge Moreno, Living Walls, Samson Contompasis of Marketplace Gallery, Fountain Art Fair, and everyone else who helped make these possible.

On NW 25th between 3rd and 4th.

On NE 20th between Biscayne and North Miami Ave.

Courtyard mural installation at Fountain Art Fair, collaboration with Pixel Pancho, Never 2501, and Ever.

Courtyard mural installation for Fountain Art Fair, 8'x 8' latex on wood panel.

Exterior collaboration on Fountain Art Fair with Jaz, Elian, Cope2, Pixel Pancho, Pastel, LNY, Never 2501, and Ever.

On the way home, our group stopped in Jacksonville, FL to paint pieces on the outside of Cork Art Collective. Here is my part: