Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Friday, July 25, 2014

mark flood resents

made it into a chelsea gallery, courtesy of MARK FLOOD RESENTS. up now. ongoing until september 18th. 548 w. 22nd, NYC. keep up with the action and the other artists featured in the show - including live feed - at markfloodresents.tumblr.com. even more social media on instagram: @mfresents

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Monday, July 7, 2014

texas highways


doing it wrong

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

lil' keke x give up x complex

small world two houston dudes in the big city at the same time. got to hang out with LIL' KEKE last month while we both happened to be in new york. got a joint interview in for COMPLEX while we were at it. talking about houston, graffiti, rap, street art - and the connections (or lack of) between them. full interview in the art + design section of complex.com, or just click HERE. thanks doug.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Sunday, June 1, 2014

'night hunter' print


NIGHT HUNTER
24" x 18"
acrylic on 100lb black paper
signed/numbered edition of 30

printed by LOGAN HILL at CORONADO STUDIO at the same time as the PASSAGE VII prints. the original glove image from a photo by GIVE UP, photocopy manipulated and enlarged to the final art without the use of photoshop or other computer means. the films then handed over to LOGAN for screening. printed using an acrylic based metallic silver ink, tinted with process black.

'passage VII' print


PASSAGE VII
24" x 18"
5 color screen print
acrylic on 100lb white paper
signed/numbered edition of 50

Friday, May 30, 2014

coronado visit


spent a few days this past week working on a new print for COLD BLOODED EDITIONS at CORONADO STUDIO. the initial artwork was created in regular GIVE UP manner by manipulating photos at a photocopier and assembling by hand with scissors and glue. the respective color layers for the 5 color print were then blocked out and separated with a razor and a light table. the films then handed off to master printers LOGAN HILL and JONATHAN REBOLLOSO. while i enjoy the print process, and take some level of pride in historically doing all of my own printing, it was a bit of a luxury to oversee someone else doing it. couldn't be happier with the finished product or the process. thanks guys.