Location: United States
I should have never became an artist. For years my attempts at writing graffiti were ridiculed my work laughed at and dismissed as garbage. I have been fascinated with art since I first saw graffiti. I never gave up and practiced daily until a style emerged. Graffiti has opened my mind to other art forms. I currently paint canvasses and murals and draw portraits with various media. I have also been a tattooist for 2 decades. I get my inspiration from the way I'm feeling at that particular moment. I try to incorporate things I see or experience on a regular basis whenever possible while I'm producing a piece of art. I will never stop creating and always try learning new techniques. I was determined to be an artist and it has led me here. Lets see what the future holds. I am always interested in collaborating with other artists to see what kind of creative chemistry can be discovered.
This portfolio has paintings of graffiti pieces that I created over the years.
I have been fascinated with art since the 1st time I saw graffiti in Connecticut, my hometown. For many years my attempts at writing graffiti were ridiculed and my worked laughed at and dismissed as garbage, but I never gave up. I practiced daily until a style emerged. It wasn’t until about 10-years-ago (10-years after I started writing graffiti)that I really noticed 3D graffiti art, and I was intrigued. At the end of 2013 I decided to give 3 dimensional graffiti a try and here it is. I titled it “ONEYE 3D” because it says ONEYE, which is my writer name, and it is 3 dimensional. I am extremely happy with how it turned out. I hope it’s viewer’s will think that it is creative, artistic, and visually-stimulating.I hope they feel that I am talented and want to hire me as their artist.
All my art is packaged with care. I measure the painting and choose a box or crate that the painting fits tightly in and put it aside. I take the painting and wrap it in a protective skin of plastic, add cardboard padding (a thicker, stiffer layer of protective cardboard) and then wrap it in bubble wrap. I take the wrapped painting and put it into the box I previously chose, filling it as completely as possible. Then I carefully put a package of hanging hardware inside the box, tape the box closed and put a “FRAGILE, HANDLE WITH CARE” sticker on all sides.
You have 3 days from the day the package is delivered to you to contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (602)465-1695 to arrange returning the item.
**Hanging Hardware Package includes: 10 Picture Hooks, 2 Sawtooth Hangers, 17 Nails, 1 Picture Wire and 20 Screw Eyes.
I painted this 3D graffiti piece for my mother in 2013 because she likes these colors and to help her appreciate the art of graffiti a little more than she does. It has a few different tones of red and gray, as well as black and white and is on a 38.5”x38.5” canvas that should be rotated 45degrees clockwise, making a diamond. There are a ton of words within this painting, making it fun to look at.
I have worked extremely hard to become the artist I am today, so my work means everything to me. Therefore I package all of my art with care. First, I choose a box that the painting fits tightly in and set it aside. Then I wrap the painting in a protective skin of plastic, add cardboard padding (a thicker, stiffer layer of protective cardboard), and wrap it with bubble wrap. I take the wrapped painting and put it into the box, filling it as completely as possible. Then I tape the box closed, put “FRAGILE, HANDLE WITH CARE” labels on all sides, put a new package of hanging hardware in an envelope and tape it to the box.
You have 3 days from the day it is delivered to the address listed to contact me via email at email@example.com or by phone at (602)465-1695 to arrange returning the item.
**HANGING HARDWARE INCLUDES: 10 Picture Hooks, 2 Sawtooth Hangers, 17 Nails, 1 Picture Wire and 20 Screw Eyes.