Ever stumble into a tattoo parlor drunk and wake up the next day to find a tattoo of Princess Peach on your ass because you lost a bet during Beerio Kart? Me neither but Im sure its happened to someone out there in the world. For the very least do you have a tattoo you regret? Made a conscious choice and decided to have it scarred on your body for the rest of time? I did. There's an artist named Scott Campbell who took this concept to a whole new level. "A play on the infamou
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There's a very good chance that 3 years ago you saw a video of a graffiti artist going absolute ape shit on an abandoned warehouse spray painting what seemed like miles of murals in a mind bending video shot by Selina Miles.. This video right here -> Or maybe you've seen this one.. OR THIS ONE.. Or one of my favorite when our boy paints backwards... Regardless whether or not you've seen or watched these what I'm trying to say is this dude is a beast with the spray paint can,
Made 3 different newspapers in 3 days ...
Rondout Valley High School mural article in the Blue Stone Press (thank you Jacob) More coverage of the mural in the Times Herald Record And then the mural I painted on Peoples Place for O+ Festival on the cover of the Daily Freeman and for no particular reason at all here's a photo of a sketch I found in an old notebook...
Saturday night, after running the Stetz Express in New Paltz, was the Four Pillars event held at Vassar College hosted by the extremely talented BoogieREZ. They were gracious enough to invite me to live paint during the event with CENT alongside Boogie and NERDS. The event was a celebration of all things Hip-Hop! Live performances all night, live painting, all of Vassars most talented individuals came through to express themselves in song, dance, and support REZ running past
If you were walking around New Paltz this past Saturday you may have seen the Stetz Express outside of Mannys Art Supplies on its third and final run of the year. Unfortunately the weather transitioned from gorgeous sunny Saturday to winter Sunday so we only were able to be open for one day this weekend to show off the new makeover and artwork Couple of paintings (in progress) made the night before to display.. The day started off on a bad note: in order for the Stetz Express
Aside from one day of rain the weather has been ideal, back to work: Our mural is beginning to take shape Busted the kids cranium open Coming out of our kids head is my interpretation of where our imagination comes from, space, the infinite abyss, the uncharted terrain of our brains inner workings and spiritual capabilities. Along with space I included pieces of paper flowing out of the kids dome. On each of these pieces of paper are the drawings and writings of the students
2 floors, 10,000 sq. ft. per floor, over 90 artists displaying their work, live music, live painting, the Stetz Express INSIDE the show, and enough booze to take down a herd of small elephants. Whats better then that?! Quick mural painted with black ink next to the Stetz Express Couple (more) of my paintings on display