Category: Graffiti

NYC – 2012

How to live to be 100

Worlds richest graffiti artist (besides Banksy maybe) hits up Denver. Tia and I go check it out. Unanimously we decide it’s pretty awesome. Another photo after the jump.

David Choe in Denver

A NYC bathroom compliments of Jason Bedford..thank you for sending in this fine shot of a sweet horse. Also, if I were a bathroom tagger I would for sure want to be part of the Douche Crew. Awesome.

Douche Crew

It’s 2012. I thought about trying to do a photo journey of 2011 for this blog. One shot per month illustrating the best that month had to offer, but in reality, there is a lot of 2011 that I’d really rather just pack away forever. It was a year of a lot of loss and regret, and with that, denial and understanding that loss. It had much painful struggle and resistance, and tears and heartache, and fear and frustration, and retrospection with only a few moments of clarity. Yes, there absolutely were a few wins for sure, but on the whole, 2011 was a tough one for me, and loved ones around me. So instead of really stirring up even more of that pot, let’s instead thank life for the lessons that force us to grow into better people and then reflect on and appreciate the finer moments of girls restroom infamy. God bless you ladies wielding paint pens and purse markers. You made my years worth of public restroom escapes all the more memorable.

Girls Room 2011

I don’t know..maybe I’m just too tired. But this is funny. From Lost at E Minor.

Oh Lionel


A friend of mine is working on a Denver graffiti documentary project. She is working lo-fi and doing the whole thing with Holgas and such. What I love the most is her titling that is born of  intense introspection drawing from an impressive understanding of art history and biological science. This one is named after my favorite mischevious fence jumping creature.

Check more of her work here: Jamie Guler


Strayed from the girls room to check out the boys room art…looks like I need to expand my project out a bit.


This one is for you.



So…after my Wooster posting..the artist himself sent some more work in..and it’s also awesome.


AND…there are more here on his Flkr account..and his blog. Be sure you go through his work. He has some really, really great pieces. This isn’t a one hit wonder, this guy is transforming the rez landscape with some killer work.

Thank you Jetsonorama. I think what you are doing is interesting and exciting.

Rez Art Prt II