A card I designed for Chipped Cup Coffee Shop in Harlem. The coffee is great and the outdoor sign and a-frame were designed by me and Chris Miner
Earlier this year I was given a blank pinball machine to customize. I decided on the theme of the infamous Erich Weiss -aka- Harry Houdini. The playfield was entirely handpainted with enamel, and the cabinet was spraypainted with stencils. This project allowed me to learn a great deal about Houdini’s life and art, as well as classical pinball game design. Both have become a huge inspiration to me.
Photographed by Todd DosSantos
I was invited to be a group show at the Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco. I submitted these two collages, made from old comics and magazines on wood.
This Memorial weekend, Matt Litwack and I painted this massive wall on the corner of Stillwell and Surf Avenues in Coney Island. The mural greets any resident or visitor of Coney Island as soon as they exit the F train station. Our goal was to create a simple message with fonts and colors that matched the environment. We also added a portrait of the Steeplechase Park Funny Face. I am proud to be a part of this classic and historic American landscape, along with all of that past and present Sign/Mural Painters who have graced Coney Island, and inspired this piece.
My logo design was given a very nice vintage treatment by Andrew Ding, co-owner of Chipped Cup Coffee and featured on the Harlem Bespoke blog. Check back for photos of the shop’s entrance painted by me and Chris Miner.
I recently started doing some design work with the clothing company Only NY. All of their clothing and designs are top-notch