Filed under: Art, Uncategorized | Tags: 2017, Alone, Alone1, AloneOne, Art, Artwork, Collage, Have We Met Before?, Long hours at studio Short hours at pick up spot, Looking for my girl Where she at?, Marsh, Marsh Ink, Mixed Media, Nocturnal, Up All Night, Valentine's Day, Where's my valentine?
This one is for an awesome girl.
Not sure if she’s close by. Or even in the same city.
But it’s late.
And she’s up…
acrylic on cradled hardboard
11″ x 14″ x 1 1/2″
Filed under: Art | Tags: 2014, 3ess, Alone, Alone 1, Alone One, Alone1, AloneOne, Art, Caype, Drag, Jakee, Ket, Kez5, Noxer, Paintings, Skuf, Sober
A little guest appearance I did on one of Noxer’s paintings…
“(nothin like seeing the) Icee Man (on a hot summer day)”
acrylic on canvas
(character is approx. 3″ tall)
The whole canvas…
…mostly painted by Noxer, with guest appearances by KET, DRAG, SKUF, SOBER, CAYPE, 3ESS, KEZ5, JAKEE, KLOPS, and others.
Filed under: Back In The Days, Graffiti, Inspiration | Tags: Boston, Boston Legend, Breakdancing, Cash, Cash Lee Foreman, Cousin CASH, Coz, DJing, Graffiti, Hip-Hop, R.I.P.
Boston lost a legend last week. CASH/COZ, a big inspiration to me and my generation in Boston graffiti late 80’s/ early 90’s.
If you’re in Boston tonight…
CASH/ COZ in action. Dudley Station Boston, 1986 (*flick stolen from internet).
Filed under: Art Show | Tags: Alone, Alone One, Alone1, AloneOne, Brooklyn, Curated By Andrew Shirley, FrontalLabotomy, NYC, TenderTrap, TenderTrap BK
Filed under: Art Show | Tags: Alone, Alone One, Alone1, AloneOne, Art Show, Auction, Brendan Lynch, Choice Royce, Col Wallnuts, Danny Peralta, Ellis Gallagher, Eric Orr, Evan Robarts, Jessica Mata, Jonathan Villoch, NYC, OG Millie, Variety, VarietyNY, Yves Wilson
Inspire. Collaborate. Create. is an exciting art auction fundraiser benefitting Variety, the Children’s Charity of New York whose mission is to “transform the lives of children through the arts”. In collaboration with notable artists, ICC seeks to build a platform for the voices of New York City’s most underserved youth to be heard. Inspired by the artwork from Variety’s grantees, New York-based street artists will create original pieces to be auctioned off. For every youth piece sold, 100% of the proceeds go back to the young artist; proceeds from the street artists’ piece will benefit Variety and the thousands of youth Variety helps!
More info at varietyny.org/icc2016