Sunday, November 13, 2011

Goodbye for now

This will be my last post here for a long time. I plan on moving away soon and won't be around to keep up in the area.

This last one is simply a tag from me and my best friend MEKE. And unless you plan on doing a 7 story free climb up an un-named water tower you'll probably never get to see it. I hope Fargo's fluctuating street art scene is finally realized one day.


Monday, September 5, 2011

That guy up there wants to hold your hand

Dinosaur stickers every day!

The night I went out to put these up I was walking through the alley to find a decent spot when I heard a voice plead "Can't you just hold my hand for 5 seconds?" I looked down both ends of the alley and saw only my own shadow strewn down to the next street. Then, a cry stumbled out above me, "Why can't you just hold my hand!" 

Looking up almost directly above me, I found a rugged man on the fire escape smoking a cigarette and fixed blankly out into nothing. I wanted to tell him I'd hold his hand but I was afraid he might want to cut it off.


Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Quick One

Quick one tonight. Another abandon face in an abandon building. Not my best piece but im happy for how quick it was. Have a good day.


Tuesday, August 16, 2011


Finally made it in and on one of my favorite buildings the other day. It's been on my tick list for awhile and thanks to the help of a friend of mine, NAVO, it's one more view of the city I've experienced that most will never get to enjoy.
New freight crayons have been working out more than well lately. 

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Back From The Dead

WOW where do I start?
How about with this...
This railway bridge is just outside of the downtown area. Hanging off the side while trains shook around the whole bridge was less than easy but hey, maybe thats an excuse for it looking so shitty huh? ha. This is one of my first drawings using my new freight crayons. So far I absolutely love them! Can get a little messy but I like how thick or thin you can make them. And they apply super well to any metal or steal. Anyway, it feels good to be back on the horse. Been a while huh? I have a lot of excuses and I know, I know, they're just excuses but I do have them. 

Firstly, I've been working hard in close collaboration with a few artists and creatives around the area on something called an ARG. It is officially up and running as one week ago today. Anyone can play all you need is a push in the right direction. For all the information you need to get started visit the TDA website.

Secondly, It's nice enough outside to actually go outside and enjoy yourself. I think that when I'm not cooped up I'm also not depressed enough to be an art fuck.

And, lastly, I met a girl. 



Thursday, June 9, 2011

"Scrap Cans"

It's been awhile... but it's NOT out of laziness this time! Been very busy with work and an extra special top secret collaborative project with a few other artists and adventurers in the area! Can't say too much at this point except to keep your ears glued to the streets these next few months. Speaking of, check out my local spotting flickr for some rad new stuff I've been finding around and my first time ever being on the receiving end of a blind-collab!

Tonight's project are three scrap cans. For those of you who actually know what a can looks like after your tip explodes on you or clogs up you know it doesnt actually end up that perfect. Thats because I purposely put on a tip that was way to big and bled the last tiny bit of paint out to make these.  Added some vinyl stickers to the back and went out to drop them!

The cans were never used for anything illegal. In fact I purposely chose spots where their respective colors were no where to be seen on anything in the immediate area. The white and red are pretty much random but the purple is tucked away neatly in the underbelly of a standing antique passenger car set.


Wednesday, May 18, 2011

geocaching and squirrels

Stickers and old tip I left in big enough caches
Recently discovered GeoCaching. If you've never heard of it, it's basically the biggest scavenger hunt imaginable. You can go there to find caches in your area, get their coordinates, read clues, and go out and find them. They could be anything the size of an ammo box (like bellow) or even a dime sized magnet! Anyway when you find them you record your name/date and can take something from the box and replace it with something of equal or greater value. Might sound kinda dorky but its a lot of fun and a great way to start a small adventure no matter where you are.

geocache ammo box and stuff we found inside it. laughed our faces off 


Quick update on the bird house: it seems that either the hole wasn't big enough for the birds and they pecked their way through, or the squirrels of island park were hungry too! Kinda funny and I think the imagery of it being his eye isnt too distorted ha. Awesome.


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