Painted over the holidays with Chuck in Toronto(No Comments)
Gnarly skate park for gnarly dudes. Vancouver gets wild and crazy!
via BOOOOOOOM!(No Comments)
Amazing work and video by artist Clemens Behr.
Via SCORE(No Comments)
Me and Kaput worked on some installs in the gallery this week. Check out the teaser below, and see you friday!
Special thanks to BIKES for an awesome job filming,
Robert at Catalog for the music and editing,
Montana Colors for their continued support, and
Graffuturism for the curation and project managing. lets get it in 2012!
Coming up this thursday at Catalog Gallery in Vancouver(No Comments)
I recently watched this episode on PBS Nova on Fractals. They describe a fractal as “a rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole,” a property called self-similarity. “They’re famously found in nature and artists have created some incredible renderings as well. Fractals are purely a wonder — too irregular for Euclidean geometry; iterative and recursive and seemingly infinite. They turn up in food and germs, plants and animals, mountains and water and sky.” This is a great watch, it pretty much describes the process of my work and many other abstract painters. The idea of organic growth, and geometry is the building blocks to a lot of my paintings. check it out its about an hour long.
Photo recap and Foreward by Eric Haze on the Graffuturism website. Some amazing shots and really good words by Haze bridging the past, present and of course the future of our movement. Check out the link HERE