Currently in Kiev, Ukraine working on a project with ArtUnitedUs.
I get to play with 2 walls side by side! The plan is to join up the walls to make one larger design. Lets see how this one turns out! Love Kiev.
Some nice progress shots of the 1st wall in process.
Late last year, I was invited to paint a famous doorway of a famous Building located on the busy street of Lafayette, Manhattan NY.
October marked the occasion that New York was one of the only cities in USA, at that time, that was accepting Refugees. I decided to paint an Immigration themed wall that subtly touched on this issue that is still very current today. The mural is titled HOME. I hope since then USA has opened its doors up further. We shall see…
Sifting through photos from my recent Mirage Exhibition.
This piece represents the beginning of the new body of work.
I am always apprehensive at first, but after the first mark is made a natural flow and rhythm is found that sails me through the whole exhibtion.
Process is king.
Seen rollin’ in New York City.
I never managed to get a good photo of this truck, which I painted in the early hours of the morning, last year in Queens. Keep an eye out New Yorkers!
It is quite rare for me to release screen-prints. A little while ago, I released my first 10 layer screen print, titled Luna Eclipse. In collaboration with good friends Street Art News, Mission To Art & Sericraft during my short residency in Italy with Street Alps in late 2015.
There are still some limited editions left of the LUNA ECLIPSE Screentprint that is exclusively sold through the Street Art News Store
Print measures 50 x 50 cm on 300gsm Hahnemuhle paper. Hand Pulled 10 Layer silk-screen print signed and numbered out of an edition of only 35.
Get in fast, before they vanish!
Over the past 3+ years living in Berlin, I have been slowly chipping away at a personal project on documenting the process of painting in some of the amazing Abandoned buildings and factories that surround the city of Berlin.
Most footage has never been posted online, as I am slowly building up this body of work large enough to make a published book on this process which I find very interesting. Many people know I love Urban Exploring and painting inside and around these unique places. I am excited that this book is finally coming together and it will also include shots of all the found objects and rusted spray-cans that I collect and paint on these weekly missions to these remote locations outside Berlin.
More info shortly on this upcoming book in the making.
Summer in Berlin is here, right now Im just enjoying the process…