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As part of a DIY street art exhibition, I decided to make something interactive. • Click Here to read about Amazon stealing my public art.
Every year a Seattle based non-profit arts organization asks for poetry submissions from the public. There are hundreds of submissions, and only a few are chosen for their annual publication, and even fewer will end up on city busses. I decided to submit a poem, which wasn't selected for the bus or the publication. I had to do something with this poem, so I found an abandoned building in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle that seemed like a perfect location. The poem now lives in the corporate offices of Amazon dot com. • Click Here to read about Amazon stealing my public art.
I really enjoy putting together group art shows. More about this soon. • Click here for the OK Hotel Blog
Some stairs need to be an escalator, but I still prefer to take the stairs.
This project turned out to be a sting operation, where the Seattle police were trying to uncover some kind of gun and drug exporting ring. It turned out to be nothing of the kind. I'll post a link to the story soon. • Click here for the Free Sheep Foundation stories. Choose your own!
Static Cling graffiti project. Harmless, removable and leaves no residue. I worked with artists Dave Bloomfield (Starhead Boy) and Jeff Warner (Jilf) to produce graphics that would be able to be removed and collected by public. Kind of like finding Easter eggs.
Sticker campaign for a Seattle based electronic record label.
Working with friends, I developed a brand of street art I called "Static Invasion."
Urban Beach Scenes
I was in this piece, as well as doing the branding. I used my printers to make some large scale images of a local artists performances to be installed around the city. I found vacant store fronts were the best places to display the images. Building owners usually welcomed this, as it drew attention to the space.