Questions I had to ask myself, can these hands that traditionally work with a pencil and brush, really be able to handle and control a spray can? How big can I actually go without my subjects looking distorted? Am I tall enough for this sh$t? I will let you be the judge.
linq mural project 2014
Summerlin Downtown grand opening mural project
ABDC's Supercrew dancer DoKnock (jon cruz) backyard wall
Tru Vape shop mural
title "DeVine Record"
Live Performance mural at The Linq
Linq Mural project curated by the ISI group
Downtown LV street mural on Colorado and Commerce st
collaboration with Seth Mcmahon
Downtown LV street mural on Colorado and Commerce
title "Call to the sea"
Vinyl wrap decorative mural for a night show
Downtown Los Angeles mural curated by The Gabba Gallery
Space Twenty Three gallery sits at the end of the shopping district of Melrose. I was invited out to do an event called Fame Fest... where a few of my canvas pieces temporarily reside. Along side of the gallery is an alley consumed with murals. Which without hesitation, jumped on the opportunity. I decided to use some soft pastel colors and textured the subject with my black line style to balance it all out.
"I decide to bring a chaotic storm like theme and background, contrasted with the gentle appeal from a soft neutral subject. We both decided the ground could use an uplift so we both extended our figures to stretch across the floor. The story behind my message is this. I had a recent canvas piece called "Caught in a Brainstorm" (Somewhat similar to this mural's theme) in a gallery during a First Friday festival. Someone decided to grab the piece from the wall and walk out. Stolen. I was a little upset. But also glad I had sold an original that same day. So instead of being bitter and resentful, I decided I would recreate the original stolen piece and do it even better. It would be funny for someone to actually rip the walls apart to this house and take it home with them. I'd sure like to see that added to their collection. lol"
- jef logan