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Painted entirely with tennis balls, this mural was completed where Arthur Ashe grew up playing.
Chosen as one of the premier murals in the state by
, it was completed with
, a city led teen artist program that selects and pays students to paint murals with artists.
is a new apartment building close to where Ella Fitzgerald once played. Every mural used
the building to bring the music to life.
In collaboration with
, the lines of the court turn into
Michael Jordan's flight path.
Visitors enter the park from above, creating the perfect vantage point.
Growing up, it became common culture to yell "Kobe" when shooting paper balls into the trashcan. When he died, I made a mural completely out of them.
Eventually, I made the mural permanent with water proof paper and Kobe's wife shared it.
In the middle of the night 2 years after the violence in my hometown, my goal was to change the negative message of the city, with only chalk.
The next day it was
a top news story on CNN
#1 photo in the world on Reddit.
Stick a Fork in Hunger
SOME is an organization battling hunger in D.C. For Thanksgiving, they asked me to create an installation with their slogan, "Stick a Fork in Hunger."
Forks stick in cardboard to depict the image of hunger & emerge on the backside to change the story.
Together We Grow
As the only mural on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville, this mural shows that under the surface and like trees, people grow stronger together.
Following the George Floyd killing, I recreated the RVA logo and placed it in front of the Robert E. Lee statue.
It was soon recreated around the city and I was commissioned to paint it in several locations.