Want to know why I’m so critical about art? I’ve been blessed to always be surrounded by the best in the game, which ever game they may be in. This game here is Graffiti, and it doesn’t get a whole lot better than this group of legends.
That One Time In Shibuya
Three Songs Is All You Get
Nipsey Tha Great
I’m digging this blog thing!
This is my interpretation of 80 degrees and sunny, not sure why I thought of that but there you have it. Maybe the pastels remind me of Miami. Maybe it was 80 degrees and sunny when I shot it.
It’s been months of struggling to keep up with shooting and creating material on a consistent basis, mostly because I’m over my current living situation and looking to go work abroad… Don’t get it twisted, I edit photos daily, I just haven’t shared anything in a while. Giving myself 6 more months of living in Los Angeles then I’m up and outta here for good. In the meantime, it’s time to step it up and post. Might even fire up the ol’ podcast with the homies and talk smack. All the social platforms are full of human billboard narcissists, gimmicky photos, pray for this and that, and waaaay too many life coach career experts that aren’t old enough to know shit since they’re on like their second “real” job. FOH, we’re keepin’ it 100, uncensored and real over here B!
I’ve posted nearly 7,000 photographs on Instagram over the years, a lot of work I’m very proud of. I played the game, briefly, and found unless I was shooting half naked (or fully naked) women or some goof celebrity - my audience never really to grew past a certain point. The audience gravitates towards the same old cornball “Instagram photos” like burnt out locations that have been shot ten thousand times and the copy cat looks… Real work wasn’t resonating. Probably my fault, but be that as it may if I’m going to post my work anywhere it’s going to be on MY site. Done sharing my images and intellectual property on someone else’s platform. Here’s to the next 7,000 images!