AxD,   2018, 12.5” H x 12” W, mixed media on  paper

AxD, 2018, 12.5” H x 12” W, mixed media on paper

   Trio   ,  2017, 8.5” H x 11” W, pen and color pencil on paper

Trio, 2017, 8.5” H x 11” W, pen and color pencil on paper

   Self Portrait (Silverlake + Larchmont)  , 2016, ink and color pencil on paper

Self Portrait (Silverlake + Larchmont), 2016, ink and color pencil on paper

   Triple Cats  , 2009, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink with digital collage.

Triple Cats, 2009, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink with digital collage.

   Bloom  , 2009, 17” H x 11” W, pen and ink with digital collage

Bloom, 2009, 17” H x 11” W, pen and ink with digital collage

   Bird Brain  , 2009, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink with digital collage

Bird Brain, 2009, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink with digital collage

   Blk Orng Grn  , 2018-2019, 14.5” W x 15” H, sharpie and color pencil

Blk Orng Grn, 2018-2019, 14.5” W x 15” H, sharpie and color pencil

   Falcons Mural Conceptual Drawing  , 2015, 13” H x 19” W, mixed media

Falcons Mural Conceptual Drawing, 2015, 13” H x 19” W, mixed media

   Road to recovery  , 2013, 4” H x 4” W, sharpie   I drew this quick fuck-off sketch while helping my father recover from open heart / aortic valve replacement surgery. At the time he was selling cars and living in Fenton, MI, he was sharing a trailer with his co-worker Allen. It was the Winter Vortex of 2013/2014 and needless to say we were a little stir crazy.

Road to recovery, 2013, 4” H x 4” W, sharpie

I drew this quick fuck-off sketch while helping my father recover from open heart / aortic valve replacement surgery. At the time he was selling cars and living in Fenton, MI, he was sharing a trailer with his co-worker Allen. It was the Winter Vortex of 2013/2014 and needless to say we were a little stir crazy.

   Hans ‘n’ Fronds  , 2015, 8.5” H x 5.5” W, pen and ink on salvaged paper

Hans ‘n’ Fronds, 2015, 8.5” H x 5.5” W, pen and ink on salvaged paper

   Eliot (Friends like these)  , 2005, 6” H x 9” W, collage and pen and ink

Eliot (Friends like these), 2005, 6” H x 9” W, collage and pen and ink

   Luke (Friends Like These)  , 2005, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink on legal pad

Luke (Friends Like These), 2005, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink on legal pad

   Joe (Friends like these)  , 2005, 6” H x 9” W, collage and pen and ink

Joe (Friends like these), 2005, 6” H x 9” W, collage and pen and ink

   Caravan  , 2015, 11” H x 17” W, pen and marker on paper

Caravan, 2015, 11” H x 17” W, pen and marker on paper

   Apparatus  , 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink and marker

Apparatus, 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink and marker

   Highland and Santa Monica  , 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink

Highland and Santa Monica, 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink

   Paonia (The Great Mesa)  , 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink with marker

Paonia (The Great Mesa), 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink with marker

   Spike Palm  , 2015, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink on paper

Spike Palm, 2015, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink on paper

   Urban Camo  , 2018, 8.5” x 11” W, mixed media collage

Urban Camo, 2018, 8.5” x 11” W, mixed media collage

   Migration  , 2015-2018, 8.5” H x 11” W, mixed media collage

Migration, 2015-2018, 8.5” H x 11” W, mixed media collage

   Pen Head  , 2015, 8.5” H x 6” W, pen and ink with marker

Pen Head, 2015, 8.5” H x 6” W, pen and ink with marker

   Hell  , 2015, 8.5” H x 6” W, sharpie and collage in sketchbook  This drawing comes from an altercation with a woman while I was assisting Katherine Bernhardt with her mural at the Venus Over Los Angeles gallery. When I first arrived at the gallery on this day, this woman was in a street fight with a man. He body slammed her onto the asphalt and choked her while men continued with their work at the surrounding warehouses. We called the police and the man looked up from choking the woman and told me to mind my business. Later on in the day, I was up in the air with Katherine and her son on a scissor lift, my girlfriend Kellie was working on the ground below us. The woman re-emerged on the street, and approached Kellie wielding a plastic hub cap. The woman was yelling at the top of her lungs, lunged at Kellie and slapped her with the hub cap and retreated. Someone yelled at the woman that she was going to jail, and she replied with, “I’m going to hell!!”

Hell, 2015, 8.5” H x 6” W, sharpie and collage in sketchbook

This drawing comes from an altercation with a woman while I was assisting Katherine Bernhardt with her mural at the Venus Over Los Angeles gallery. When I first arrived at the gallery on this day, this woman was in a street fight with a man. He body slammed her onto the asphalt and choked her while men continued with their work at the surrounding warehouses. We called the police and the man looked up from choking the woman and told me to mind my business. Later on in the day, I was up in the air with Katherine and her son on a scissor lift, my girlfriend Kellie was working on the ground below us. The woman re-emerged on the street, and approached Kellie wielding a plastic hub cap. The woman was yelling at the top of her lungs, lunged at Kellie and slapped her with the hub cap and retreated. Someone yelled at the woman that she was going to jail, and she replied with, “I’m going to hell!!”

   AxD,   2018, 12.5” H x 12” W, mixed media on  paper
   Trio   ,  2017, 8.5” H x 11” W, pen and color pencil on paper
   Self Portrait (Silverlake + Larchmont)  , 2016, ink and color pencil on paper
   Triple Cats  , 2009, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink with digital collage.
   Bloom  , 2009, 17” H x 11” W, pen and ink with digital collage
   Bird Brain  , 2009, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink with digital collage
   Blk Orng Grn  , 2018-2019, 14.5” W x 15” H, sharpie and color pencil
   Falcons Mural Conceptual Drawing  , 2015, 13” H x 19” W, mixed media
   Road to recovery  , 2013, 4” H x 4” W, sharpie   I drew this quick fuck-off sketch while helping my father recover from open heart / aortic valve replacement surgery. At the time he was selling cars and living in Fenton, MI, he was sharing a trailer with his co-worker Allen. It was the Winter Vortex of 2013/2014 and needless to say we were a little stir crazy.
   Hans ‘n’ Fronds  , 2015, 8.5” H x 5.5” W, pen and ink on salvaged paper
   Eliot (Friends like these)  , 2005, 6” H x 9” W, collage and pen and ink
   Luke (Friends Like These)  , 2005, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink on legal pad
   Joe (Friends like these)  , 2005, 6” H x 9” W, collage and pen and ink
   Caravan  , 2015, 11” H x 17” W, pen and marker on paper
   Apparatus  , 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink and marker
   Highland and Santa Monica  , 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink
   Paonia (The Great Mesa)  , 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink with marker
   Spike Palm  , 2015, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink on paper
   Urban Camo  , 2018, 8.5” x 11” W, mixed media collage
   Migration  , 2015-2018, 8.5” H x 11” W, mixed media collage
   Pen Head  , 2015, 8.5” H x 6” W, pen and ink with marker
   Hell  , 2015, 8.5” H x 6” W, sharpie and collage in sketchbook  This drawing comes from an altercation with a woman while I was assisting Katherine Bernhardt with her mural at the Venus Over Los Angeles gallery. When I first arrived at the gallery on this day, this woman was in a street fight with a man. He body slammed her onto the asphalt and choked her while men continued with their work at the surrounding warehouses. We called the police and the man looked up from choking the woman and told me to mind my business. Later on in the day, I was up in the air with Katherine and her son on a scissor lift, my girlfriend Kellie was working on the ground below us. The woman re-emerged on the street, and approached Kellie wielding a plastic hub cap. The woman was yelling at the top of her lungs, lunged at Kellie and slapped her with the hub cap and retreated. Someone yelled at the woman that she was going to jail, and she replied with, “I’m going to hell!!”

AxD, 2018, 12.5” H x 12” W, mixed media on paper

Trio, 2017, 8.5” H x 11” W, pen and color pencil on paper

Self Portrait (Silverlake + Larchmont), 2016, ink and color pencil on paper

Triple Cats, 2009, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink with digital collage.

Bloom, 2009, 17” H x 11” W, pen and ink with digital collage

Bird Brain, 2009, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink with digital collage

Blk Orng Grn, 2018-2019, 14.5” W x 15” H, sharpie and color pencil

Falcons Mural Conceptual Drawing, 2015, 13” H x 19” W, mixed media

Road to recovery, 2013, 4” H x 4” W, sharpie

I drew this quick fuck-off sketch while helping my father recover from open heart / aortic valve replacement surgery. At the time he was selling cars and living in Fenton, MI, he was sharing a trailer with his co-worker Allen. It was the Winter Vortex of 2013/2014 and needless to say we were a little stir crazy.

Hans ‘n’ Fronds, 2015, 8.5” H x 5.5” W, pen and ink on salvaged paper

Eliot (Friends like these), 2005, 6” H x 9” W, collage and pen and ink

Luke (Friends Like These), 2005, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink on legal pad

Joe (Friends like these), 2005, 6” H x 9” W, collage and pen and ink

Caravan, 2015, 11” H x 17” W, pen and marker on paper

Apparatus, 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink and marker

Highland and Santa Monica, 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink

Paonia (The Great Mesa), 2015, 8.5” H x 12” W, pen and ink with marker

Spike Palm, 2015, 11” H x 8.5” W, pen and ink on paper

Urban Camo, 2018, 8.5” x 11” W, mixed media collage

Migration, 2015-2018, 8.5” H x 11” W, mixed media collage

Pen Head, 2015, 8.5” H x 6” W, pen and ink with marker

Hell, 2015, 8.5” H x 6” W, sharpie and collage in sketchbook

This drawing comes from an altercation with a woman while I was assisting Katherine Bernhardt with her mural at the Venus Over Los Angeles gallery. When I first arrived at the gallery on this day, this woman was in a street fight with a man. He body slammed her onto the asphalt and choked her while men continued with their work at the surrounding warehouses. We called the police and the man looked up from choking the woman and told me to mind my business. Later on in the day, I was up in the air with Katherine and her son on a scissor lift, my girlfriend Kellie was working on the ground below us. The woman re-emerged on the street, and approached Kellie wielding a plastic hub cap. The woman was yelling at the top of her lungs, lunged at Kellie and slapped her with the hub cap and retreated. Someone yelled at the woman that she was going to jail, and she replied with, “I’m going to hell!!”

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