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Just rolled in from a mission up to the Yay Area... Posts to follow shortly...






Collab with Cache, Gaso, and Eyeone. Downtownin', mad Debbie Deb playin'.

See the entire thing here.





New wall, right down the street from my Mom's office... Word! Featuring Cache, Eyeone, Sen and a guest appearance by Petal.

See the entire wall here.




To paraphrase the GZA: "What you know about emceein'? Yo, I know a lot... Can you demonstrate something? HA! I'd rather not..."


L.A. Woman
Photography by Estevan Oriol
www.dragolab.com


The homies at S.A. Studios kicked down a copy of L.A. Woman, a book of photographs by Estevan Oriol depicting all types of females in the City of Angels. From crackheads to porn stars, cops and the chola down the street, both familiar and unfamiliar archetypes fill these pages. The book presents a vision that is part illusion and part reality, just like L.A. Check it...

Available at The Last Laugh.





My poster for the Pedals and Prints exhibit, coming soon! If interested in acquiring one, holler at me for more details. Stay tuned...


The homie and all around awesome dude J.Shea is debuting a new body of work created by breathing new life into found and discarded objects. If you are anywhere near Portland, this show is a must-see! Info below:

J.Shea : Bric A Brac

Opening reception:
Friday, March 19, 2010 | 7-11 PM
Show runs through April 22

Lyric
2035 SE 39th Ave.
Portland, OR 97214
jshea9.com | lyrikpdx.com



COG Magazine, February 2010





Details Magazine, November 2009

A couple of magazines have recently been spotted showin' a tad bit of some of the collab walls Cache and Eye have been doin':

First up is COG Magazine, a way-cool journal of the fixed-gear community (I think -didn't see no derailleur ads up in thurr...) Issue 8 features a visit to L.A. with flicks of various homies plus a nice shot of our Orange 20 wall.

And de pilón, the November 2009 issue of Details magazine features an interview with Pee Wee (yeah, THAT Pee Wee!) parlayin' it in front of a wall Cache, Kofie, and Eye painted on Sunset Blvd last year.




Some graff painted at an undisclosed location code-named OZ. Roll-call: Owen, Eyer, Aztec, Wram, Gorgs, Besk, and Sims. Yeah!

A little collabro sketch done did by Kozem and Eye...

I'm in a group show at Smoking Mirrors curated by Vyal One. Info below:

Opening: Saturday, March 13, 2010 | 7 PM - 12 AM
Show runs through April 10, 2010

Smoking Mirrors Gallery
565 W. 2nd Street, Unit 5
Pomona, CA 91766

Work by a grip of people including Kofie, Eyeone, Vyal, Norm, Willie Herrón, Werc, Chaz Bojórquez, Michael Alvárez, Hex LOD, Defer, + more!

I'll be showing some new stuff at Hold Up Art's opening exhibition This Hits Official featuring works by Kofie, Eyeone, David Flores, Jeff Jordan, Codak, + more!

Opening: Friday March 12, 2010 | 7 - 10 p.m.
Hold Up Art | 358 E. 2nd St. | L.A., CA 90012
holdupart.com | (213) 221-4585

Zapatista woman, crafted by my Mom!



















I designed the characters up top in 2006 for the Zapatista's La Otra Campaña. On my old blog, I had been keeping a record of the different interpretations and iterations that I'd found popping up literally all over the world -ahem- and in all sorts of different forms. Digging through my once-lost files, I found these examples (again.)












I just discovered a few boxes of the most recent issue of Lost stashed away whilst digging around my parent's basement. I am making them available for a short time again, while supplies last!

This issue features work by many of L.A.'s most prolific and influential graffiti writers including Yem AM7, Haeler AL/7th Letter, MAK Crew, Atlas CBS, The Street Phantom, Tempt STN, and many more! A full 224 pages of spiral-bound goodness with silkscreened art board covers, signed and numbered.

Out of print! To see what ya missed go here.
Peep the Flickr set here.


Nice video chronicling the painting of Manual Arts High School.



Cache and Eye painted this across from Echo Park Lake recently. See it larger here.

Tradition has a dope photo re-cap of the Sources of Inspiration and Damnation show put on by Asylm and Ruets. For more, time-travel on over to here.