Paris Street Art & the City of My Soul Paris is the city of my soul and Paris street art inspires me like no other. In the street art of Paris, you can find in equal measure spray art, acrylic, stencil, 3D sculpture, wheat paste and mixed media. Yes, other cities offer each of these to . . .
Chechen law enforcement and security officials have recently been unlawfully detaining, torturing and, in some cases, forcibly disappearing gay men. As a gay man, this terrifies me. As a human being, I am moved by a piece of art by Hozier who unknowingly and eerily foretold a version of this . . .
Welcome to the first in an on-going series of blog posts in which I will share some of my favorite street art photos of Wynwood. Though street art photos will always be the focus of these recaps, amazing candid shots happen before my eyes when flicking photos of street art. If there is one . . .
One Saturday a few months back, while roaming the streets of Wynwood, Little Haiti and Little River in Miami with my deaf dog Edison, I stumbled across a mural that Miami-based artist Ernesto Maranje had painted outside Inhale Miami, a holistic healthcare canter. It was a bird, strikingly . . .
Sidewalk street art. Do you even notice it? Do you know what sidewalk street art is? Well, today, that's what we're talking about: sidewalk street art. Sidewalk street art is an often neglected yet vitally important form of street art. When walking through a neighborhood dense with . . .
SacSix, a NYC-based street artist who originally hailed from Miami, drops Freedom Pharrell, from his Sidewalks And Icons wheat paste series, on the streets of Wynwood. Freedom Pharrell by SacSix Yesterday, I took an unsanctioned long lunch break from work to shoot a new mermaid wall by . . .
I had the pleasure to shoot Miami-based artist Rok The Spot as he was painting in a busy Wynwood, Miami parking lot. The project was curated by Wynwood Walls and Joey’s Italian Restaurant. Color is normally my bag, but I’m digging the simplicity of the black & white he dropped on this small pay . . .
Antonio Rubalcava, a Miami-based street artist, is an incredibly open man who speaks in a stream-of- consciousness manner. In this first in a series of blog posts profiling street artists, Antonio spent the afternoon with my deaf dog Edison and me. Though Antonio speaks often of gratitude and . . .
Trigger Warning: For people who have experienced sexual assault of any kind, this post contains content that may be triggers for you. If you have concerns about handling trigger responses, I encourage you to not read this post. General Note: The “she” in this post is a friend of mine. I . . .
Edison seems to have a particular affinity for Tongue Out Tuesday! During almost every photo shot, he gives me at least one great shot for Tongue Out Tuesday. Here is a slide show of some my favorites from the past several months. Which is your favorite? Pin it, tweet it or let me know in a . . .