Thursday, April 15

Book Signing

Monday, March 29

Building behind my studio just collapsed. Two workers trapped, but alive. Yikes!

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Tuesday, March 2

Manifest Equality

I'll be participating in the Manifest Equality exhibition, running March 3rd-7th in LA.




Here's a look at my piece for the show, titled "Invisible".





Read more about Manifest Equality here:

Tuesday, February 9

"Sailor" Mural: Timelapse Video

Curated by Brooklyn Street Art, I did this at Espeis Outside Gallery in November. It's the largest stencil piece I've done to date, at 30' x 8'. Hope you enjoy the video.


Nuart Timelapse Video: Stavenger, Norway

Friday, December 25

Successful xmas in my household this year. Trains trains trains!

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Tuesday, December 15

Went to the London Police opening at Factory Fresh, where Sailor promptly put his finger into a freshly painted area and made a smudge. The Text says "Sailor Hicks Made That Smudge". So happy that Cha




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This is a better picture of the mural I did of Sailor down in Miami. It is a respray of the same piece i did up in New York




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Friday, December 11

Primary Flight respray of the Sailor hicks piece




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Wednesday, November 25

Primary

Friday, October 30

The Art of Rock - Green Day Art show

here is a great time lapse from Tom Blachford of the Art of Rock show that I curated for Green Day


Art Of Rock Stolenspace show timelapse from Tom Blachford on Vimeo.

Thursday, October 15

Green Day Show in London!

Friday, October 2

Golden Age - November 13th - Los Angeles


Thursday, September 17

Timelapse Video of me at NuArt 09 in Norway

Wednesday, September 16

SCION LAUNCHES “INSTALLATION 5 TOUR: SELF PORTRAITS” ONLINE AUCTION ON ARTNET.COM TO BENEFIT CREATIVE CAPITAL SEPT. 12 THROUGH SEPT. 30




Scion's Installation 5 national art tour had its final public opening this weekend at Scion's LA gallery in Culver City. Now all the art is available for purchase in an auction hosted at Artnet. All of the proceeds from the auction will benefit the non-profit, Creative Capital. The auction is live now and runs through September 30th. All the details and a video trailer are below. Please post where possible. Last year's auction raised $50 000 for charity and I would love your support in helping surpass that figure this year. There are some amazing art pieces available with the bidding starting at very reasonable prices.

View and bid online: http://artnet.com/scion.html

Digital catalog available at: http://www.scion.com/installation



SCION LAUNCHES “INSTALLATION 5 TOUR: SELF PORTRAITS” ONLINE AUCTION ON ARTNET.COM TO BENEFIT CREATIVE CAPITAL SEPT. 12 THROUGH SEPT. 30

Collection Features Self Portraits From International Contemporary Artists, Including Blek le Rat, Mark Mothersbaugh, David Choe, Ron English, Jeff Soto, Angela Boatwright, Among Many Others

For the fifth year, Scion auctions off an unprecedented collection of contemporary works to benefit charities and
non-profits that support independent artistic expression. The Installation 5 Tour collection features literal and non-literal self-portraits of varying cost by international art luminaries, with 100 percent of the proceeds aiding Creative Capital, the premier national artist support organization (www.creativecapital.org). Audiences around the world can bid online at ArtNet: http://www.ArtNet.com/scion.html. The auction closes on Sept. 30. Artwork values range from $100 to $17,000 and bidding will begin at 25% of the art’s estimated worth.

“It is an absolute honor to work with these incredible artists in support of visionary arts non-profit organizations,” says Jeri Yoshizu, Scion sales and promotion manager. “Since we launched the Installation Tour in 2003, we’ve raised more than $190,000 for art-related charities and look forward to continuing our support of exciting and impactful contemporary art.”


About Creative Capital

Founded in January 1999, Creative Capital Foundation is a national nonprofit organization that supports individual artists pursuing innovative approaches to form and content in the fields of performing, visual, literary, and media arts, as well as in emerging arts fields. Creative Capital evolved as a response by philanthropists, arts professionals, artists, and business leaders to government cuts in funding to individual artists. Its model differs from those of traditional grantmakers in that the foundation commits to a long-term approach to working with artists. Artists in Creative Capital’s grant program have access to professional services, including assistance in fundraising, networking, marketing, and strategic planning. In addition, grantees agree to share with Creative Capital a small percentage of any profits made by the project.

Creative Capital Foundation currently supports 118 projects, with another 30 to 40 to be added in the spring. For more information on the funded projects and for the latest on the foundation’s activities, visit www.creative-capital.org.