SUB PAR

SUB PAR

Every morning I’d wake up a little more pressed than the morning before. What would they shut off first, the water, the gas, the internet, electricity, would this be the day the landlord posted a ‘get the hell out of my property’ notice on my door. Six months behind on the rent. Yes, apparently that […]

RAPING BERNIE ART

RAPING BERNIE ART

Posted by on Jun 1, 2019 in Bernie, Political, Street Art, Writing | No Comments

After eight years of the “REBEL” art community going dark, not uttering a single bad word about “The Great Black HOPE,” President Obama … not after he firer bombied a wedding party in the Middle East or received a Nobel Peace Prize only to become known as “The Drone President” did we see a single […]

Republican New Punk

Republican New Punk

Posted by on Sep 10, 2018 in Interview, Political, Street Art | No Comments

Republican is The New Punk It’s not much to look at from the outside, a dingy apartment building in a downwardly mobile stretch of burglar bars, psychics, and coin laundries. When asked the name of the neighborhood, one inhabitant classifies it as “no place in the middle of every place.” It’s not much better on […]

MILO IS CUMMING

MILO IS CUMMING

Posted by on Sep 18, 2017 in Gay, Political, Poster, Street Art, Writing | 69 Comments

I THOUGHT I WAS THE FASTEST CENSORED STREET ARTIST IN LOS ANGELES. NOTHING COMES CLOSE TO HOW QUICKLY THE HIPPIES IN BERKELEY CENSOR MY SHIT. I SWEAR IF I’M NOT OUT TAKING PHOTOS AS THE SUN IS COMING UP I MIGHT AS WELL FORGET ANY FORM OF DOCUMENTATION THAT IT EVER EXISTED IN THE FIRST […]

TUCKER CARLSON

TUCKER CARLSON

Posted by on Feb 28, 2017 in Political, Street Art | 52 Comments

This interview came out of left field just after I’d put up those OSCAR poster in Hollywood. I don’t normally get nervous but for whatever reason I was. The makeup lady was very nice. We chit chatted a bit. The driver to the studio was very cool. He actually lives just a few blocks away […]

VIDEO ESSAY #2

VIDEO ESSAY #2

Posted by on Feb 28, 2017 in Political, Street Art, Writing | 17 Comments

I was scouting for locations in LA the other day for new places to hit when I creeped up on this poster advertising this huge art show being held in the old Tower Records building on Sunset. Gibson Guitars presents Billy Morrison and Plastic Jesus.

2. I’ve run across Billy from time to time and I […]

GLENN BECK Interview

GLENN BECK Interview

Posted by on Sep 12, 2016 in Interview, Political, Street Art | 11 Comments

Standing at a parking structure in Beverly Hills I get a phone call from someone I’d never met, It was a producer. A few months earlier I did this creative hit on a woman running for the governorship of Texas who’s claim to fame was a filibuster in defense of late term abortions. She eventually […]

STOSSEL Interview

STOSSEL Interview

Posted by on Sep 11, 2016 in Interview, Street Art | 18 Comments

I was surprised to hear from Stossel’s people asking me to sit in on an interview for a segment called “Rule Breakers.” This meant I was flying to New York. As usual they asked if I was going to be hitting up any art while I was in town. … 🙂 How could I say […]

SHOOT BACK

SHOOT BACK

Posted by on Sep 9, 2016 in Gay, Political, Street Art, Writing | 21 Comments

Download this vector version of this poster for free by hitting this link: Download Free Poster After 49 people were gunned in a gay bar in Orlando, Florida the gay community was left in shock. My only question was how long was it going to take for them and the “Progressive” Left to blame anything, […]

REFUGE TAKEOVER

REFUGE TAKEOVER

Posted by on Aug 13, 2016 in Burka, Political, Street Art, Writing | 28 Comments

While cycling through Century City I noticed some banners promoting an exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography titled “REFUGEE”. These were beautifully shot banners of beautiful, hardworking people wanting nothing more than a better life for themselves and their families. 

So why did I take offense to them? 

What offended me wasn’t what was […]