Saturday, September 14, 2013
This mural is titled NO GREY AREA. The footage of this mural will be sent for edit and use at the Red Light District art show(https://www.facebook.com/events/542888515765733/) on Oct. 5, 2013 put on by the Handle with Care Project in Dallas Texas. The photos will be used in a coffee table book that is in the works for Graffiti Against Slavery (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Graffiti-Against-Slavery/135202293219405)
Saturday, September 7, 2013
Thursday, August 1, 2013
Spreadshirt Market Place Product
auGGust 2013 Tshirt
Every year Gospel Graffiti crew plans and embarks on a journey to a major city where we use our talents to share God's hope for humanity. We call this mural mission our auGGust event and this year we will be painting in Holland with our local crewmates there. The whole crew teamed up to design this shirt to help fund the travel and paint for the trip. Each artist has created the word "gospel" in their own style to fit around our GG logo. Order yours now and help support the Gospel Graffiti auGGust mural mission!
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Had the wonderful opportunity to paint a backyard and balcony in San Francisco. Peter, the owner, graciously let me stay at his 5 level mansion on Alabama St. The entire house is modern with clean lines and flat white paint on the interior. The backyard had modern furniture and bamboo in the planters so I recommended we do an Asian theme for the art. Peter agreed. Camer1 and I quickly started gathering references on Pinterest. The second story balcony looks out over the backyard so I went with a coy fish pond idea. This was such a fun project! I can't wait to do more stuff like this.
Thursday, March 14, 2013
This building really needed a splash of color. It's in an industrial area so it really felt good to pretty it up. What a great organization to paint it on as well. I'm so thankful they(and the volunteers) are providing food to our community.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
OK, Here is the Chevy Bel Air mural all finished. It took 4 days with a boom lift. All spray paint. 20.5' x 25' tall. It lives on the Chamber of Commerce building in downtown Modesto, CA on J st. between 11th and 12th. I really want to thank Lance James of Speed & Chrome Magazine for his wonderful photography. He also is the photographer behind the Coop on J and 12th as well as the Merc that was in Serano's. This project was funded by the Modesto Chamber of Commerce, Peer Recovert Art Project, & Modesto View.