18th & Market, Philadelphia

November 8, 2015

Photo: Steve Weinik

The tallest mural in Mural Arts 30 year history, thanks to so much help – from Jenkintown, Sean, & everyone with Mural Arts, Thanks to people in Center City skyscrapers for sending us photos while we worked. Thanks Philly! Part of the Open Source program, curated by Pedro Alonzo.


Art Production Fund, NYC

From Art Production Fund & Vornado, at the corner of 34th Street and 8th Avenue.  One full building wrap of two canvases, opposite Madison Square Garden and Penn Station in Manhattan. Big thanks to Danielle’s visionary mock-up.

Open Source Philadelphia

Open Source has been a Summer-long event involving fourteen artists looking to give something away akin to the philosophy of open source computer code, which is written then shared for free. This involved varied social programs, direct collaborations, and experiments across the city. I saw Open Source as the perfect moment to turn over my Practical Geometry research to young artists. This became a two week workshop, culminating with a full color demonstration of Practical Geometry as it may Relate to Wall Painting.

Curated by Pedro Alonzo and hosted by Philadelphia Mural Arts. I would like to personally dedicate this painting to a man named Bill Bill. Thanks to everyone that helped: Dominique, Always, Jbecause, Jamee, Caitlin, and Sean the closer.  And organizers: Monica, Lisa, & Chill Phil, teachers Brad and Marcus. 1831 Frankford Ave. Fishtown, Philadelphia.

Ace Hotel Palm Springs, California

April 14, 2015

Mural for Ace Hotel Palm Springs, California ‪”Desert Gold 2015″ two week Coachella party.

Good for portraits. Thanks to Kym for a ton of expert painting.

Mons, Belgium

March 26, 2015

For “Mons 2015” European Union Capital of Culture. Curated by the fantastique Alice.

John Hancock Tower, Boston

February 28, 2015

Curated by Pedro Alonzo.  At 250 x 34 ft, the mural spans the length of one city block in Downtown Boston.  All thanks to the team Sean, Hannah, & Monica.  This will be open to the public for at least six months, at the ground floor entrance to the tallest building in New England – so it’s easy to find ; )  https://goo.gl/maps/mFm0K .

Above photo: Geoff Hargadon

MOMO at M Carter

February 6, 2015

Sculptures, drawings, watercolors, a leaning wall, a video, and zine of 50 beds I’ve slept in.

This was a massive show in a special place.  M Carter Shop in Brooklyn is where I lived while in NY, 2004-2010, with art and fashion genius Milton Carter.  By the way, the price list pdf he created for this show is beautiful. Get in touch with him to see what’s left  hi@mcartershop.com 141 Engert Ave, Greenpoint Brooklyn, NY.  Open Thurs – Sun 11 – 7pm. Besides the artwork, we collaborated on hats, t-shirts, and a pouch.

The 24 Sculptures all have one twist of wood joinery which make them 3d.  I see these as maquettes for larger works, sketches in space. Made mostly with marine grade plywood in Key West Florida (another amazing story: million thanks to Cayman and Cas & Andy for a 5 week residency down there, making these possible).

So much to say about this show.  It was AMAZING to see so many people, old friends, new ones, all great ones, in one place.  Thanks for coming out. And thanks to Milton, Matt, Ted, Sophia, Jack and Hannah for working on this!


Washington DC

October 27, 2014

51 N Street. By the cool ATF building and Club Ibiza. That’s Jonas in the photo, worlds coolest parking lot attendant.


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