Stick It To Em – Sticker Making Party for Demz, Mike Brown, Eric Garner and all victims of police brutality.

Posted on Dec 17, 2014 in Blog, Personal, Work | No Comments
Stick It To Em – Sticker Making Party for Demz, Mike Brown, Eric Garner and all victims of police brutality.

Using Art to Advocate for Justice, Police Accountability and Victims of Police Brutality RSVP via Facebook Join me for an evening of art making. We will be making stickers (see examples) that pay tribute to victims of police brutality and killed by officers or that have more general messages like “stop police brutality” or “don’t […]

Art. Anger Awareness.

Posted on Sep 9, 2014 in Blog, Personal, Work | No Comments
Art. Anger Awareness.

I invite you all to come check out my solo show at JPOS 2014: Art. Anger Awareness. Jamaica Plain Open Studios 2014 Saturday 9/20 -Sunday 9/21 11AM – 6PM Lucy Parsons Center 358A Centre St. Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 RSVP via Facebook My art is often a reaction to and reflection of the world around […]

Scope Urban Apparel 4 Year / Feed The Hood Fundraiser

Posted on Jun 23, 2014 in Blog, Interesting Stuff, Personal, Work | No Comments
Scope Urban Apparel 4 Year / Feed The Hood Fundraiser

This Friday, we will be celebrating 4 years of Scope Urban Apparel and raising funds for Feed the Hood. I will be showing artwork along with the fam Franclo and LifesGood. All the Scope / GGG / CCR Music fam will be in the building doing their thing. Special guests, special DJs. Its all going […]

Neighborhood Legends

Posted on Jun 3, 2014 in Blog, Personal | No Comments
Neighborhood Legends

I finished a painting a couple months ago but today I decided on a title: “Neighborhood Legend” is one of my fav tracks off of Pauze’s latest project Glory Daze (for which I did the Cover Art). The song is dedicated to one of Pauze’s friends from FH, Miz One, who passed a little while […]

Endless Landscape Project

Posted on May 2, 2014 in Blog, Interesting Stuff, Personal, Work | No Comments
Endless Landscape Project

About a month or so ago I started a new project: The Endless Scape. It grew out of stickers with cityscapes on them that I have been drawing ever since high school. These early cityscapes have since been scattered to the wind, given away and posted in sketchbooks and throughout the world. While stylistically the […]

Label 228

Posted on Apr 8, 2014 in Blog, Interesting Stuff, Work | No Comments
Label 228

I am in the process of writing a longer explanation of this for my portfolio, in particular how the cover art came about but until then… New Scope Music! In the early hours between last Thursday and Friday, without warning or much preparation I unleashed the second Scope Tape on the world. It was a […]

Verbal Picassos, Drawing like MF Doom

Posted on Mar 1, 2014 in Blog, Interesting Stuff, Personal | No Comments
Verbal Picassos, Drawing like MF Doom

I was talking to my friend the other day about the creative process and growing or developing as an artist. He (like most of the creative people I hang around with) does a totally different kind of art than me, although I appreciate it all that much more. I love kicking it with musicians or […]

Globe covers response to violence; shootings since Boston Marathon graphic

Posted on Dec 12, 2013 in Blog, Work | No Comments
Globe covers response to violence; shootings since Boston Marathon graphic

The shootings since Boston Marathon Graphic is still turning heads. Thank you to Elizabeth Gillis for writing this story. [Via Pen and Sword] An article from the Boston Globe Your Town Roxbury, JP and Dorchester sections covers our work with Blackstonian.com to cover the shooting violence in Boston since the Boston Marathon. Boston residents try […]

Trouble with tradition

Posted on Nov 29, 2013 in Blog, Personal | One Comment

When I was a kid holidays were ranked according to which brought the most presents. Birthdays, Christmas, going to our friends Seder for Passover. As I’ve gotten older, presence has taken precedence over presents and I am glad to have traditions to cling to and perhaps pass on. Still, we’ve never been too traditional in […]

Commercial Success

Posted on Sep 22, 2013 in Blog, Personal, Work | 4 Comments
Commercial Success

Two years ago I wrote a recap of my show(s) at Red Sun Press and Haymarket Peoples Fund (as part of JP Open Studios) called Success! and this year the title reflects 1) the overall success of another beautiful weekend of art and community, 2) several interesting conversations I had with show-goers about the marketability […]