Monday, June 29, 2009
This past weekend I went up to Toronto to check out the Alex Grey Exhibition, speech and Live painting Party. All very awesome. I got to meet many of teh Visionary heads of that city, talk a bit with the Greys and joined forces with Dew (from British Columbia's "Elvism") vending Cosm merch (and our own) at the party right next to where the Greys where busting out sick paintings.
While I was there I also made a pitstop at Funktion Gallery to see their awesome art and do a freestyle on the grip-tape of Ryan from "Longboard Living". All super fun.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Satori Movement is the dopest Skateboard wheel company coming out of San Francisco, California. I have been working for them for 5 years (Mostly doing t-shirt art) but now Ive finally gotten my first Wheels series. I am super stoked cause now I have crazy awesome Pro skaters like Watson, Anderson, Reed, Montoya, etc. rolling on my art. To buy some go to www.cultureskate.com .
Saturday, June 20, 2009
This month, the yearly Reggae Festival Guide came out. On it's 15th edition it is a magazine that reaches many several thousands of people in festivals all over north America and the world. This time they had a special on reggae inspired art and they included a few of my pieces. I am super happy of such huge expossure. So pick up your free issue everywhere or see it online at http://www.ecn5.com/ecn.images/customers/1061/publisher/1582/Reggae_Fest_guide_09_copy.pdf
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
This spring I decided to renew the mural in my backyard. Of course my bro and graffity extraordinaire Peru had to be part of it and I also invited my new friend Omen, who obviously kills it. Unfortunetely Peru was unable to finish the backround of his section. But then another awesome artist friend of mine, Tim Bernard poped up at my spot and finished off the colaboration with some trippy lines. Im pretty stoked.
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Urban Ambush is Montreal's coolest brand coming straight from the underground frontlines. I am honored to have finally done a graphic for my good friend Barry Walsh, an already legendary Pro skater who has payed more dues than most.
In this 2 board series I am accompanied by SAKE, Montreal's king of Bombs. If you are a hater (cause he's probably already tagged your own property), this is a chance to scratch out his art, while having fun ripping.