Check out this mural Bob Peck and I made under the guidance of Stamy and the Graffiti Heart organization. We painted our trademark abstract robot collaborative in an IT office for Airgas. Fun, doesn’t even describe how the day went. I got to hang out with my friends, problem solve art with Bob, and I was turned on to the music/dj’ing of Girl Talk (thanks Bob!).
I wish every day was like this day. Sometimes art feels so isolated and personal (and it is). But working in front of an audience with your buddy really has an intense feeling. It may have been the free espresso or the fumes from the paint cans, but I felt such a strong forward motion of my own art and the collaborations with Bob. He and I work so well together. We share the same juvenile humor mixed with the seriousness of color and composition when it comes to the art. The Don’t Panic! crew will continue to invade Cleveland. Stay tuned.
When we were done, I thought this mural looked like a time warp or a worm hole into a new dimension. I love the color pallet. It’s not my usually color scheme, and I’m looking forward to exploring some new color pallets in the future.
Thank you again to Graffiti Heart, Bob Peck, and everyone involved.