Thursday, December 17, 2009
I came up with a concept for decorating bike frames with 1 of a kind vinyl graphic packages & premiered the concept in Vegas at Interbike 2007. It went over really well! Here are samplings of a few of the bikes I created.
For a few years now I have been creating graphics for various companies within the Bicycle industry. Here are some samplings, from Failure Bikes & Black Market Bikes, of a few of my faves... enjoy!
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Awhile back I did a commissioned mural for a local shop, Golden Bear bike shop. They asked for a Colorado-esque landscape with their Bear logo incorporated into it. This was what I designed/painted for them & they were thrilled!
Saturday, November 28, 2009
Thursday, November 26, 2009
This Fall I made a quick trip to the Bay & hooked up with friends to paint a huge wall on Haight st. I had to leave the wall unfinished due to time constraints but recently I was sent pics of the wall in completed form!
Thursday, November 19, 2009
This weekend I will be flying to Kansas City to participate in a "secret" mural project that's being funded by Foxx Equipment Inc. Thank you Foxx Equipment for a great opportunity & stay tuned for photos of this secret art mission!
Monday, November 9, 2009
This year I had the honor to participate in the annual Estria Graffiti Battle Finals by lending my skill & knowledge, as a judge! I made the trip to the Bay & met some of the icons of our artform as well as saw an old friend whom I hadn't seen in 20 years... Jim Prigoff! I had a wonderful time & look forward to making it back ASAP!!! Thank you to Estria for allowing me the opportunity & a BIG thank you to my new friends Wes & Blake for playing such fantastic hosts! As for Crayone, Picasso, Bam, Omens, Nate, Prime & ALL of the West Coast legends that I was blessed to meet I just want to say... it was an honor!
Sunday, November 8, 2009
I recently painted with Jolt, of Guerilla Garden, on the Westside of Denver. My goal was to use up a bunch of my almost empty, scrap cans. The inspiration for the piece came from one of my favorite websites; http://kuler.adobe.com/ !!! This was the result of my efforts... enjoy!