Hung out with my buddy VICE today. These are some new pieces he had worked on.
And a super special surprise for me! He painted my name for me one day while out. Maybe one day I'll be able to do this myself, but for now, I'm pretty excited about my DECOY gift. This was passed to me from another buddy monSTER. I LOVE the fonts ABOVE uses, and there's no denying the arrows are super fun.
So I couldn't 100% decide what these pieces on wood were gonna turn out to be. I wanted a Beetles white album feel to them and i didn't really want them to be more than the space i gave them, unless the were HUGE. So I decided to make them big stickers. Here is the start of that project. Previous postal stencil to be used... And then like an idiot, I left my studio fast and didn't clean up properly and came home and... "Love Love Love, Is stronger than death" The The
I recently brought my red wing bag that I had gotten in Iceland to Leon's Shoe Repair store in Mt. Pleasant. It's really cute. I've always wanted to live there because of the iron work on the windows. Finally I had something for them to fix. Only 8 bucks! So happy to have it back! For a second I had the fear that maybe the bag would be really three years ago. THEN I saw Agatha Ruiz De La Prada's Fall 2009 collection and can't wait to bring it back! PLUS! Look at her heart tables for kids and adults. I'm in LOVE!
Guess who got invited by the Pink Line Project to be a VIP guest this Friday at After Hours at the Hirshhorn! DECOY! I can't wait! It's my FAIV museum in DC and suppose to be " one of the most talked about and best attended events in the area" How Fun. BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY! It'll be a blast!
Asad, an experienced street artist and designer, has been an innovator in Washington DC's hip hop and street art movements. He was featured in the book "Free Agents: A History of Washington, D.C. Graffiti" and has appeared in two recent documentaries: "Chocolate City Burning" and the upcoming Cool "DISCO" Dan film. He has been busy airbrushing apparel, customizing toys and painting canvases and walls for private collectors, as well as designing websites for diverse clients. As well as starting a blog with the goal of creating intelligent conversation about art, graffiti and other subjects near and dear to the hearts of the hip hop generation native to Washington, DC. Check out his blog called Aeroglyphx.