I once took a trip down to ze’ local museum, Perez Art Museum to be exact. That makes it sound like it was a long time ago. ACTUALLY, It was only a few weeks ago. Chrissi hooked it up cuz she figured I could use some culture in my life. I agree. I had heard about the museum plenty, but just never made it a priority because well, I didnt have the culture. NOW I DO! It was pretty cool. Very Very nice place. Upstairs was a Caribbean themed sumfin going on so as soon as you walked in it sounded like a festival. And that was tight. Lots of artwork from Haiti, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic over 100 yrs old.
The park outside of the museum is berry nice as well. Its still under construction but its almost done. I encourage you to check it out.
How abouts some art-verk?
Special thanks to our friend Vanessa aka Camper Jane for the photo.
I did this one over a year ago
Finished this piece a while ago just been to busy to upload my latest work
Leon Keer’s rendition of the Qin Shi Huang Terracotta Army, in 3d, in chalk.
One of the good things that came out of me being sick the past couple of days was me being able to stay at home and finally finish this piece
I came up with this character the first time i did acid. I was still trippin when i had got back home from a pretty wild night that consisted of car hopping, party crashing, girls with big tits wearing red t-shirts (prior to that day I kinda hated the color red, no lie) getting chased by friends that looked like leprechauns and traveling through the matrix via Dunkin Donuts bathroom. I remember trying to convince my brother to stay awake because I couldnt fall asleep. He stayed up for a bit and started showing some pretty crazy drawings he had done himself which is what triggered that inspiration to start drawing from a multiple perspective…Any who. Basically by looking at this character you would assume that “Its you” that is looking at an illustration of an oval head shaped dude with a pointy nose. Really its suppose to be somebody from an outside world looking through a peephole making observations of whats going on in our world today. Which in this case would make us the heartless and unconscious illustrations that keep creating yet effortlessly destroying….Huh??? WHAT?!?! (I’ll upload the original drawing sometime next week, if i remember too)
Killer smiles are like kryptonite.
by Jake Davis