Today we had Matt from Santa Cruz, come down for some custom letters down the forearm. A huge supporter of the fine line black and grey movement, this abstract poet and film student is in it – to win it! We are goin’ in for a full sleeve in the upcoming months, so be sure to check back to see what we conjure up. Thanks again to all our supporters from Northern Cali.
Light air and a breeze ruffles the leaves on this crisp mid-day in April. As I decide to visit the nearby community college and document another Emigdio Vasquez illustration inside the walls of the school’s building.
The visual of Cesar Chavez - The first ever Mexican-American to receive the Presidential Medal Of Freedom. Granted for his courageous efforts and accomplishments in organizing labor and politics, symbolizing support for all hispanic workers, from which began back in the early 1950′s.
His birthday, March 31, has become Cesar Chavez Day, a state holiday in California, Colorado, and Texas.
Cherish your heritage. The harvest is great.
I love her voice people, makes me feel like I’m cheating on my woman! Jus’ joking, but here’s a dope track by Jhene Aiko. Have a listen to my #WCW #WomanCrushWednesday
A glance at today’s sitting with Ryan from Long Beach. Inspired by Glenn Arthur, a custom distressed girl for his one of a kind handshot. Thanks for another enjoyable day at the shop, brother.
”When you are joyous, look deep into your heart and you shall find it is only that which has given you sorrow that is giving you joy. -Khalil Gibran.”
California sunshine and college professor Obed is in for another forearm piece at the studio. Here’s a core look at his 1966 Chevy Super Sport Impala. Lookout Weekend…
The first ever to write a crime novel, Fyodor Dostoevsky. A novelist, short story writer, essayist and philosopher from Moscow, Russia. His most recognizable book up to date, Crime & Punishment.
”Man only likes to count his troubles, but he does not count his joys. -Fyodor Dostoevsky”
Today was a great final session on Drew with this inner bicep statue. A different approach with some bold linework and stippled background. The conclusion-a very fun project, indeed.
And a definitely great soundtrack I recently discovered had me in the Z.O.N.E.
Justin shot me some instrumental mixes from Bonobo, a British DJ from Brighton, who I definitely recommend to all my artist friends trying to stay on focus…