Urban Folk Art ®Studios
99 Smith Street
Brooklyn, NY. 11201
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I haven’t posted anything in quite awhile, I know! I’m trying my best to revise my website as soon as I can with new updates and such.. In the meantime, here’s a Commission I finished a couple months ago for Jerome. It’;s 24″X18″, pen and ink and black colored pencil on Bristol. He wanted a view of Brooklyn from where he lives, and zooming towards the east River and Manhattan in the background. I am always up for commissions, Personal work, illustration, logos, t-shirt designs, product design, never hesitate to get in touch about anything I can draw for you. Cheers!
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The 3rd Anniversary of Urban Folk Art® Gallery was in late Jan. The show is up through Feb, and features current work by myself and Urban Folk Art® Studios co founder Jason Mitchell. You can see the full catalog here. Below is a couple large-ish paintings I did recently (as in finished the day of the opening! and here’s a opening recap on the studio’s blog. check it!
This is the view i see every morning walking back from my work out. I see it as I am about to walk across the Carroll Street bridge over the Gowanus canal. The Church is St. Agnes (built in 1905) and 1 World Trade Center in lower Manhattan while it was in the midst of being completed last year (2013).
This was more just messing around with the city mandal-y images I have been playing with. It’s the first time I had ever painted sneakers, and was a lot of fun (although at times seemed never ending). More than a couple people remarked, while I was painting it, that it reminded them of the movie ‘Inception’, so that’s where the title came from.
Here is a close up of a much larger drawing. Damn it’s taking me a long time on this one.. Stay posted, we have a good one coming tomorrow!- Ad