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Inspire. Collaborate. Create. / Art Auction Fundraiser TONIGHT

ICC Flyer v3

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

Fridge Art Fair this weekend

I have a piece over  with COSBE and some his Secret Sticker Club homies in the

Fridge Art Fair
5-25 46th Avenue
LongIslandCity Queens NY
May 8 – 11, 2014

Check it out if you’re over there.

(..…Oh yeah, also on display at Fridge, a must see piece by John “CRASH” Matos, a spray painted….. FERRARI! (Whu-Whu-WHUT?!))

“Flip The Script” Book Release Party & Art Show… NYC, Tonight

I got a piece in…

Flip The Script” Book Release + Art Show

151 Orchard St
(Lower East Side) NYC

Thursday, April 4th. 7-10PM.

UPDATE: Some follow up photos from the night HERE.

“ROYAL FLUSH” Art Show at HOURGLASS Tattoo and Art Gallery, Cambridge MA


HOURGLASS Tattoo and Art Gallery
1680 Mass Ave (2nd floor)
Cambridge MA, 02138

August 20, 2011
8 – 12 pm

Art by:


The show is up until late September.

The Almighty Dunny Show at Halcyon/Brooklyn this Saturday

Genuine Artikle would like to announce “The Almighty Dunny Show” curated by Genuine Artikle and hosted at Halcyon in Dumbo Brooklyn. On Dec 11th over 250 customized 3 inch Kidrobot Dunnys will be on display at Halcyon from 7pm to 10pm. Many of today’s hot designers will be represented in this weekend only event in the heart of Brooklyn’s underground.

The Dunny is referred to as the top designer toy platform. It is only produced in a printed form, so all pieces for the show were stripped bare and mailed out to national and international toy designers, graffiti writers, street artists and graphic designers.

Come join us for a free night of art and a special set of music provided by legendary Brooklyn DJ JASON JINX.


Saturday December 11th | 7-10pm
HALCYON the shop
57 Pearl St | Dumbo, Brooklyn
F to York St / A/C to High St
(718) 260-9299

With artists: Abe Lincoln Jr, Cope 2, D-LuX, Mishka NYC, Patricio Oliver, Task One dust, Jay222, Nerviswr3k, Nemo, Sneaky Raccoon, Igor Ventura, Leecifer, Tyler Coey, Suckadelic, Damarak the Destroyer, Viseone, Sinned, Droppixel, Osiris Orion, James Fuller, Jon Paul Kaiser, Sergio Mancini, Bryan Collins, Bishop 203, Chelsea Bloxsom, Ahh’d Art, Spanky Stokes, Tenacious Toys, Frank Mysterio, Brian Colins, Rampage Toys, Miss Kika, Nasty Neil, Albert Art, Trevor Zammit, FOOX Okkle, Royce Bannon, Phetus, Mr DEN, ZAM, Ian Ziobrowski, James Yeah?, Jeremy Dale, Uncle, Matt A, Resin, Chris Rabb, Blake West, Christian Cabuay, Chamarro, Squidkidsink, FAS, Taz, Evilos, Tom Freak, Allison Revilla, Paul Duran, Ardabus Rubber, Hellsing Chaos, Jonathanway$hak, Pretty Poopie, Owen Dewitt, Paddy Leung, We Kill You, Adam Lee, Ashley Hay, Aaron Jasinski, Michal Wisniowski, Ego, Valerie G, Moody, SNO, The Chief Rocka, Lana Crooked, Matucha Studio, Danicus Prime, Dave Rapoza, Juan Franco, Jennipho, Adam Miller, Perry J Osman, Taek, ALONE ONE, Troy Stith, The Flight Yellz, DESN, Mr. Walters, Cozy Robot, Chrisosaur and MANY more!

“Painting Between the Bars” Art Show


“Painting Between The Bars”
Art Show


309 Hancock Gallery

309 Hancock st
Dorchester, MA, 02125

opening reception:
Friday Nov. 5, 2010
7-10 pm
music by DJ Laz-E-Boy

artist reception across the street at the B Bar after

309 Hancock Blog
309 Hancock on Facebook


Boston Related art show Boston, opening tomorrow night
August 12, 2010, 12:01 am
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Aug 13th – Sept 4

Opening Reception: August 13th 6-9pm

Fourth Wall Project
132 Brookline Ave.
Boston MA 02215

Hourglass TATTOO CIRCUS Art Show this Friday, Cambridge, MA

Hourglass Tattoo Studio and PBR Gallery present TATTOO CIRCUS Art Show on FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 2010

Featuring original works by Andy Regan(Hourglass Tattoos), Johannes(Black Stallion, Holland), Jamie Cassaboon(NYC), Suze Manzo (Hourglass Tattoos), Chris Torress(NYC), Guy Ursitti(NYC), Sarazah Deetz, Bryn Taylor(San Francisco, CA), Ray Negron, Dave Tree, ALONE, Joe Bastek, HELZ, Jimmy Johnson, Frede Cugno, Gerald Schiphone, Nate Dizzle

Doors open @ 8PM.  Must be 21 years of age or older to attend.

Hourglass Tattoo Studio + PBR Gallery
1680 A Massachusetts Avenue  Cambridge, MA 02138

“Catch Us If U Can 2” Art Show, New London

“This night will feature a collective of artists from Boston, Providence, and New London. Many different styles and mediums will grace the walls of MUSE on saturday night so please.. Do yourselves a favor and come check us out…” (from

“Catch Us If U Can 2” art show
opening Saturday, November 21st 2009
(show runs until MID JANUARY)

Muse Gallery
102 Golden St.
New London CT

with artists:
Rob V. Guess
Alone One
Adam O’Day
Liz Purcell
Greg Pennisten
Drop One

..and make friends with Muse on MySpace.


Got a piece in the “Pre-Existing Condition” show at the M Modern Gallery in  Palm Springs CA. Opening August 15th 2009, 7-10pm.

TypeOne art show August 2009
M Modern Gallery
2500 N. Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs, CA

Check out my art for the show here.

Pre-Existing Condition show, Phoenix Arizona

Got a piece in the “Pre-Existing Condition” show at the Pravus Gallery in  Phoenix Arizona, July 3 – July 25th, 2009

Pre-existing Condition
Pravus Gallery
501 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix AZ 85004

Check out my art for the show here.

Antagonist Movement Art Show
June 10, 2009, 10:14 pm
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Antagonist flyerGot some art in a one night show with the Antagonist Movement this Thursday.

June 11th, 2009
9pm – 2am

112 Ave A. (corner of 7th St.)
Lower East Side, NYC

Art. Drinks. Good times. Come through.

Future Classic’s Future Arts 2009, Boston

Got a new piece in..

Future Arts 2009

Future Classic Presents:
Future Arts 2009
Collabo-Nation: An Urban Oasis

Saturday, May 16, 2009 at The Roxy, Boston
279 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116

Featuring art by:
– Zebblerthe ground-breaking video artist
– Alone One 
– Dave Tree of House of Ill
– Percy Fortini-Wright
– Lichiban
– Jessica Hess
– Kenji Nakayama
– Rob React
– Alfredo Rico-Dimas
– Ryan Lombardi of Enamel Kingdom
– Kevin Hebb
– Victor “MARKA27” Quinonez
– Mike Howard
– Matt Dispagna of Dispagna Designs
– Hocus of Rekloos
– Merkthose of Rekloos
– C. R. of Rekloos
– Raodee of Rekloos
– Shayna Shenanigans of Paint Pens in Purses
– Tony Concep
– ninerevolutions
– Andrew Jacob
– David Moon
– Josh Durant
– Nicole Surawski
– Olivia Caffee
– Sean Flood
– Andy Regan
– Marco Depaolis
– Neil Contractor
– Steph Love

more info at

*To get on the reduced price list, click here.

112 Greene St Art Show, NYC

I got a few pieces and some installation in..

“Work To Do”
112 Greene St, NYC (SoHo).
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 26, 2009 6-10pm

"Work To Do" flyer

The Combine and Royce Bannon of NY’s Endless Love Crew are co-curating a benefit event March 26 at newly opened 112 Greene St. Studio space in NY’s Soho section. 

The theme of the show is “Work To Do,” inspired by President Obama. 
The proceeds will be donated to NYC Public High School art programs. 

Afrika Bambaata and Soulsonic Force will be performing their new song at the show’s opening.

112 Greene St Studio space was one of the first conceptual art galleries in the 1970’s, showing artists like Gordon Matta-Clarke, Chuck Close, Richard Serra, Dennis Oppenheim and Joseph Beuys. It later moved and was renamed White Columns but the lower level of the original space remained and became the legendary Greene Street Recording Studios where many of the seminal hip hop records of the 1980’s were recorded. 

Right now it’s 4000 sq ft of raw space with eleven-foot ceilings.



Before Greene Street Recording, 112 Greene Street was the home of the 112 Workshop, a collective that began in 1970 when Jeffrey Lew, an artist with boundless energy and charisma, opened his raw ground floor and basement space at 112 Greene Street in Soho, to a loose knit community of artists, known and unknown.

The artists had complete control over their shows and the freedom to do anything to the space itself. What resulted was an anarchic flow of installations and events that acted like a magnet, bringing in dancers, musicians, poets, filmmakers, video and performance artists. Conventional distinctions between art making and art exhibiting naturally dissolved. Disciplines were shared and new forms evolved in the casual but charged ambience of 112’s decrepit, elegant space.

The artists who participated, reads like a who’s who of contemporary artists including: Joseph Beuys, Chris Burden, Philip Glass, Dennis Oppenheim, Gordon Matta-Clark, Richard Serra, Marisol, James Rosenquist, Italo Scanga, William Wegman, Laurie Anderson, Billy Apple,  Jacki Apple, Al Loving, Kate Millet, Richard Mock, Michael Balog, Chuck Close, Larry Rivers, Patrick Ireland, Joanne Leonard to name but a very, very few.

Eventually the 112 Workshop became White Columns gallery.

In 1980, Steve Loeb opened Greene Street Recording – a state of the art recording studio in the heart of Soho. While most recording studios were located in busy commercial districts, such as Midtown Manhattan, Steve bucked that trend by moving into a location where the streets were virtually deserted by day AND by night.

And in those streets, a movement began. Old factory buildings were converted into lofts and galleries, and the work of so many now legendary artists, was created and shown in those cavernous spaces. And while Soho became the
 mecca for those artists, Greene Street Recording rapidly became the mecca for recording artists with singular visions and voices. The list of those who passed through its doors is too big to mention in this space but it would include:

Public Enemy, James Brown, Dave Matthews, Run-D.M.C., Sean Lennon, New Order, Sonic Youth, Salt n’ Pepa, Chaka Khan, Joe Cocker, Keith Richards, Vanessa Williams, Vernon Reid, A Tribe Called Quest, Ice Cube, Third Base.

If anyone wants to see a really good history book with lots of pictures of workshop events in the space, it will be at the space to look at.

“Pre-Existing Condition” Art Show, Los Angeles


My piece for the “Pre-Existing Condition” art show this Friday March 20th in Los Angeles..

AloneOne - "Type1"
 “Type 1″
acrylic on cradled masonite
12″ x 16”

The character was inspired by my good friend Rich Morrison (Rest in Peace) who passed away from Type 1  Diabetes before reaching 30 years old. The finger detail is inspired by Zoey Steven’s piece for the show

The group art exhibition will be hosted by Type One Clothing and the Light Gallery from 6 to 11 p.m, March 20th 2009. This show is an artists perspective of the disease known as Type One Diabetes. All of the artists are effected by Diabetes in one way or another. The connection to diabetes may be family, a friend or the artist themselves. The point of the show is to raise awareness about the disease and raise money for research to hopefully one day destroy Type One Diabetes. Proceeds from sales will be donated to the JDRF. Host bar by JLP The Presidents Tequila.

The Light Gallery is located at: 440 e. 17th st. Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Demar Douglas
Sean Brannan
Ryan Boyle
Big Toe
Vincent Burkhead
Thomas J. Novy
Christina Christos
David Stoupakis
Anna Impullitti
Anthony Ausgang
Andreina Davila
C. De La Luz Medrano
Mark George
Marcos Miguel Sanchez
the Molten Brothers
Ahnna Jade
Marcus Parrish
KRK Ryden
Frank Ippolito
Paul Torres
Tara Parrish
Rony Alwin
Julie B
Heather Ritts
Dereck Cruz
Gregory P. Rodriguez
Shepard Fairey
Robert Holton
Joshua Ellingson
Zoey Stevens

If you are in the Los Angeles area please come through and show your support.

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