I finally got to check out the new Broad museum in Downtown, LA!
I love you, Bernie!
The original sold- but I made a limited edition of prints and shirts for his fans.
Check it out in my Store!
“Dearly Beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing called Life”-
RIP Prince Rogers Nelson.
I’ve been busy doing some work for the new Tipsy Cow in Woodland Hills. They hired me to paint their sign and do some chalkboard art around the restaurant. I’ve worked with these guys for the past 8 years; they’re always opening new restaurants- and keeping me busy!
Check them out when you’re on the West side of the Valley for some good grub and great beer!
Here are some photos of the process! Starting from a blank slate…
Here was the not-so-fun part:
San Diego, California!
It was my first time visiting this place- and it was awesome! We could only stay a couple days Easter weekend but we definitely made the most out of it.
First, we checked into the Omni Hotel and got ready to hit the pool – It has great view of the city from the 16th floor! The staff of the hotel was very sweet and accommodable.
Chill vibes from the pool bar where we laid out and got our buzz on 🙂
We relaxed and relaxed some more before dinner at Starlite – Really flavorful dishes and the best Moscow Mules!
After sleeping in, we took a run around the streets of Downtown and checked out all the cool buildings.
Hello there! This was maybe my 5th time setting up a “Pau Pop Up” … I never know what’s gonna happen or who I’m going to meet. There are days when nobody will say anything to me, and there are days I’ll sell a few things and get motivational comments. But it’s cool that way. On Saturday I got a late start.. I only stayed a couple hours and didn’t get anyone to talk to me until after I closed up shop, of course. It was kind of a last minute thing, and wasn’t as prepared as I thought I’d be! I know now that next week I’ll set up super early, bring actual paintings, and get a good spot right off a corner. That way I’m not directly in traffic and I can set up bigger pieces with plenty of space 🙂
Thanks to my friends Shami and Taryn for helping me out to get this done!