Just finished this Rip City teeshirt design…and got it printed up on teeshirts…
and am happy to say they came out great!! Only a limited edition run of 50 were made.
If interested in one, send me an email at eardrumsforeyelids@yahoo and let me know the size you want. $20 bones each.
I personally dont know anything about sports…
but for me, this is the true version of why portland got its name Rip City.
Its always nice to add some flavor cultural flavor to neighborhoods. This piece was done up in N.E. Portland Or. on a mom and pops run restaurant called
Angel Food and Fun. While i was painting in this predominately hispanic part of Portland, folks had very positive interactions with me about the mural, and people seemed to really appreciate it going up. This always makes what you are doing feel right.
For the second year in a row, myself and friend painters were invited back to
do a live painting at Buoy Beer Company at the coast in Astoria Or.
Always a super fun event and great people!
This year i played around with an above/below water shark.
6x8ft. freehand aerosol on wood.
Once again had the opportunity to be a part of the second annual Northwest Sprayday
which is held in Onalaska Wa. This year i went all Dungeons and Dragons on em!
Graff writers and muralists all along the coast joined together for a one day paint jam! pretty rad to be painting alongside some real dope folks. Freehand aerosol. 10x10ft.
First time visiting Jackson Hole Wyoming was June 11-14th for the amazing weekend at
Contour Music Festival! While the bands and dj’s were playing, and the people were dancing and enjoying the sunshine and elevation… I painted a 8x20ft. mural,
which was done over the entire festival weekend. Inspiration from the environment, music, and people all came into play on this piece. Overall it was an amazing weekend of family fun! Thanks to everyone who helped make this a reality*
I recently finished a two weekend live painting event with the good folks at
Chapter 24 vineyards (www.chapter24vineyards.com) located in Dundee Oregon.
The final painting was to represent the idea of Chaos to Harmony…
such as the chaos of harvest and the creating of the wine, to a grape exploding in the center, which then leads into the harmony of the drinking experience.
the final canvas was 7ft.x17ft. and was painted all with spray cans.
Big thanks to Henry V and Chapter 24 vineyards for such a great project and experience! and the final painting.