As many of you know, I've been a longtime supporter of the Friends of the LA River.  This coming weekend they are hosting their big gala, FANDANGO.

I will be there painting an 8'x8' live mural that will be sold off in 64 individual panels!  I will also have other available art up for auction.

Below is the flyer and a link for more info if you're interested in attending or simply supporting the great work that they do for our LA River.

I leave you with my quick tag video that we've been using on social media. 

(Click on the flyer for more info about this event)


Hitting the #BullseyeU @zipcaru @target @ford #focus #streetart #graffiti #art #livepainting
This week I was commissioned by to paint one of their cars at a huge Target event they were sponsoring for a day over by UCLA.

Bullseye University was a real time, live streaming show that had top Youtubers living in dorm rooms for the week.

Every room on the "set" was furnished with Target's products and could be purchased directly via the live stream by just clicking on the product. Pretty intense marketing strategy and quite the production.

I spent the whole day painting the car with washable paints and markers. People from all over the world got to tune in and see me paint the Ford Focus live as well as some short interviews which allowed me to tell my story as an artist, accomplishments, and insights to my art.

All and all it was a great time and good exposure for my art! Click below for more pics from that day.

Image 2Hitting the #BullseyeU @zipcaru @target @ford #focus #streetart #graffiti #art #livepainting
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Thanks #bullseyeu it was real!  @target @zipcaru @ford #focus #streetart #graffiti #art  #goodnight#graffiti #spirits #CreepingOnIn #bullseyeu for @zipcaru @target @ford #focus #streetart Tune in Online as i finish painting this car btwn 7-7:30pm

ZIPCAR, a set on Flickr.


My art band UNIFICATION THEORY (myself, Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca, and Overton Loyd) painted LIVE on stage with headliners George Clinton and PFUNK at the FUNKAPALOOZA Concert at the Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City, CA last Friday nite 3/23/12.

As usual we created live, spontaneous, mash up works of art with markers, spray cans, and inks. The pieces are created to the music as its being performed and its what moves us.

Then of course we gave away the pieces to lucky fans that were in attendance at the sold out show.

I never thought giving away the art during the concert would stir up such a crazy frenzy that literally had security holding people back from jumping on stage to get their hands on some art!

Sir Nose in the house!

Thanks to Overton and George Clinton for letting us do this again! 
Special shout out to the homie Baz for clicking away on my iPhone to get all these action pics!

Was a great nite of art and FUNK!


Available art from past events thru Crewest Gallery.

Past UNIFICATION THEORY gigs and events on our Flickr Page

For bookings contact:

Slideshow with more pics of the nite:


Visual event re-cap...
Slideshow of the Levi's event and some of the pieces we created:

You can also view the images directly on my Flickr:

this Friday, I will be painting live at this Levi's event up in the Bay and giving away free artwork created and customized on the spot!

Look for me and the homies Apex and Chez, as we rock some quick little pieces while you wait in line for your free pair of Levi's® Curve ID jeans!

Then scoop up a unique tee printed by the homies from Hit n Run.

All the while, enjoying live music by Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward's band She & Him.

And it's all free...can't get much better than that I guess!


More info:
Starting at 10am on Friday, September 17th stop by Union Square, San Francisco, CA and bring something in that doesn't fit (which will go to Goodwill®) and at the same time, get something that does. A free pair of Levi's® Curve ID jeans. New custom fits for women. It's first come, first served so get there early!

What: Levi's "Wear What Fits" Event
When: Friday, September 17th
Where: Union Square, San Francisco, CA
Time: 10am - 6pm

*September 17th only; one pair per customer and one piece of art per customer.
While supplies last.

(Check back later for photos from the event)

City of Los Angeles 2010 Latino Heritage Month Opening Ceremonies

I've been commissioned by the Mayor's office (through the Latino Heritage Committee's art liaison, Isabel Rojas-Williams) and will be painting live in front of City Hall today from 10am -12 noon!

Stop by and check it out as I create an original piece to commemorate this year's Latino Heritage Month.

More info on the event below:

The City of Los Angeles will honor the contributions of Placido Domingo, Tony Plana, and ASCO (collective group of Artists) at the kick off to the City's celebration of Latino Heritage Month.

Music will be provided by Mario Reyes of the Gipsy Kings and the Mariachi Divas. The Argentina Tango Dancers will also perform.

Arts and crafts for the kids and refreshments will also be available on the City Hall South Lawn.

When: Friday, Sept. 10, 2010, 10am-12pm
Where: LA City Hall South Lawn, 200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA
Cost: Free


The GAP store (on Robertson in Beverly Hills) recently asked me to do a couple live painting events for them.

It may not be the usual type of live painting event I am used to doing, but what the hell (I mean heck), I'll do anything for the childrenz!

They are the future of the world, so why not expose them to some graff stylez!


Enjoy the pics and the little vid I knocked out:

Smiles everyone!







Sharpie markers for the detailed work of course!



Check out more pics from these events on my Flickr..