Friday, April 27, 2012

KNOWN Gallery Show

Don't miss out on this one!!! Outstanding line up of Arteeests! And its Sesame Street, who doesn't love Sesame Street??? Check out Known Gallery

Thursday, April 26, 2012


Took some time to go visit the notorious Danny D, on Monday. I have known Danny for a few years trough mutual friends and seeing him at shows, but I had never been to his shop. Trevelen told me I should come down and hang out because both he and Danny were working on there pieces for the Sesame Street art show at KNOWN Gallery this weekend. So I hung out for a minute and snapped some shots of Danny's shop. Danny's a true artist, a living legend in my eyes. He has been in the game for quite sometime and does some of the best full custom paint jobs on Lowriders. Great talking with him and listening to his stories!
Thanks for the t shirt Danny! I got the first one from his new batch, hot off the press!
Danny's piece for the art show.
Trevelen's piece for the art show.

Monday, April 23, 2012


Big thanks to all my loved ones who came out to celebrate my 27th year on this earth, last Saturday. We had an awesome dinner at Mohawk Bend in Echo Park, then spent the rest of the evening there drinking. I had really great time with family and friends!!! Thanks again, I love you all!!! For those that couldn't make it, thank you for all the warm birthday wishes!... maybe next year you can see me trow up in the restroom toilet! hahaha
The cake was BOMB!!!
My beautiful Mom!
Trev, me the Harpoon and Rene
My lil sister Cheyenne and boyfriend Javi and my good friend Jack
My cousin Jasmine and her boyfriend Mark.
My homie, Buddy from Transitions Skate shop!
This crazy Vato showed up! Good times!
My big brother Jay and his girlfriend Blair.
My lil sister Bunny and her husband Todd.
Spencer's lovely wife Yvette.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Paul's 1947 Knuckle paint job

Finally finished up Paul's paint. Paul did a great job on dishing the sides and all the molding. I can't wait to see what this is going to look like on the bike... I am really happy the way this turned out. Cheers Paul!!! Thanks for being so patient!