I do me. All day everyday.
My first sale was at a group show in Georgetown. Kickballers threw a custom vinyl toy show and I had tricked out a DIY Munny.
My Dads vintage Postal letter carriers jacket.
I got into an accident about 2 years ago that almost ended up killing me. I look at life with a completely different set of eyes now.
I thought I was doing really well with my art until I sat in my first critique which also happened to be at DCAC. This guy tore me apart and I felt like I hadn't accomplished anything.
I think my favorite DCAC moment was our opening show for the Document back in 2006.
Samuel L. Jackson.
Collecting Hot Sauce.
I remember when I first started trying to build my own canvas and frames. I thought I was a total genius... until it fell apart.
I remember back in the day when I used to compete in breakdancing... I tried a move that I thought I could pull off and ended busting my a** and totally making a fool of myself.
The people who get away with murder! Untalented fools that put bullsh*t behind their work and somehow they "make it."
I got tipped 2 dollars in quarters at a bar-tending job on a tab that was over a hundred dollars. I took the quarters and put them in the pint glass of my customer (the beer was full) and walked out.
Ramen.. Thats too spicy.
Good people + good music = Good Times
James Tiberius ""Jim"" Kirk. He was a huge inspiration when I was growing up.
I told my Muay Thai/Ju Jitsu sparring partner that I had eaten a healthy breakfast and salad for lunch. I gorged myself on Popeyes that afternoon.