I teamed up with Dr. Martens and the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City for their exhibition, “Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die.” The exhibition explores the visual language of punk, showcasing hundreds of punk’s most memorable graphics. To celebrate the DIY spirit of the Punk movement, MAD hosted a series of artists to live-customize Docs at the gallery, here are some pictures of the process. Read more about through the link over here.
Skateboarding to me has always been the best vehicle of creativity, where thoughts turn into immediate actions. You don't have to wait for things to happen, it's an instant reaction and moments later you're either stocked with a trick you have landed or you get your shins kicked.
For the last 17 years my wooden toy has taken me to extraordinary places and connected me with amazing people. It’s a culture that pushes skaters to explore new neighborhoods, cities, and distant countries, forever discovering and growing as a global skate family.
This Collection is a celebration, a toast to skateboarding. And these illustrations are a representation of how I remember the moments that encouraged me, broke me, captivated and pushed me, taught me, lost me, but kept me keeping on. The type of memories that I’m grateful for rolling in and around. For this rider the world is his road.
Pin button design for the Brooklyn based band Native Sun, check some of their tunes over here.
Hacking Finance’s flagship event, in collaboration with Anthemis, brings a small group of innovators inside—and outside—financial services to a secluded village in the French Alps every July to network, relax, and reimagine the industry’s future.
Not 97 is a music discovery podcast — each episode works as a roundtable discussion where three hosts and an industry guest introduce two songs from the last 8 to 12 months from an artist with under 10k followers. On this episode the guest is Mike Herard, an A&R at Shady / Def Jam.
La Golden Cage Zine
La Golden Cage, printed by Can Can Press. Foldable zine printed in risograph.
Inspired by the traditional Mexican Lottery card game, this series of illustrations revolve around immigration, about how does the new land meet foreigners and how they integrate to it. Where some of them tend to be playful some other provide a social commentary.
Illustrations made for Universal Slime issue 6
CRUISING MURAL PROJECT
Mural collaboration with typography artist, It´s a Living, we paint this as a tribute to skateboarding culture which have taught us a lot trough all these years of riding a board.
MY DRINKING TEAM HAS A SKATEBOARDING PROBLEM ZINE
My Drinking Team has a Skateboarding Problem, printed at RisoLab, SVA. Zine 16 pages & 12 individual riso prints.
This collection of prints & zine depicts the adventures i experienced and witnessed with my friends over the year 2017. I used eyeballs as my fun and clever alter ego, while I make no attempt to portray actual persons, I do want my characters to look like they could have lived in a parallel world. The methods used were paper and fine line markers while mixing modern technology to add color and finally print them in the Risograph machine.
In conjunction with La Esquina, in 2017 my partners in crime Alan Shepard & Diana Felix and I, painted this mural. We came with some ideas and imagery of what the city of NYC evokes in us.
You can find the mural on the corner of Wythe Avenue & N 3th street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
This collection of paintings portray the tale of a young freak called Rat Scabies, ironically given the honorific title "Employee of the Month". This rodent friend of ours has a hard time working in the service industry, in a world of picky costumers and contemporary urban decay.