I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the one and only Susana Baker on the fabulous ARTTALK program. Enjoy!
Graffiti names done live at the Ricoh Solutions booth during the 2012 Graph Expo. In the middle of super copiers and technology, there I was, armed with just a bunch of markers! I drew almost 200 names in the 4 days there, and had a great time doing it.
A closeup of the graffiti names I drew at the Expo!
Our collaboration with the boss watch/jewelry company that is Invicta!
Our friends at SoFlaFord came by the studio during the June 2011 Art Walk and had a chat with us. Thanks, friends!
A digital slideshow that was created just for you viewers out there, showcasing my many talents!
I had the privilege of creating a mural for Google’s offices in Chelsea, NYC. I completed this mural in only 3 days!
Hello, Erni. Let’s get started, shall we? H.K.: You started writing about 20 years ago… that was late 70s. The era when subway graffiti was on the decline… but you definitely got your part in keeping the train movement alive. You did it all… panels, end-to-ends… if my memory serves me right …you even had […]
A classic video (albeit lo-fi) of the UK program Reportage talking about the death of New York subway graffiti. (Sorry for the quality!)
Video directed by Hype Williams, graffiti design by yours truly, Erni Vales! 2002 (C)
Sprite commercial from 1997, featuring my take on “Obey Your Thirst”!
For the 25 year retrospective of graffiti legend Erni Vales, Bruno Levy created this video, animating some of my old black book drawings to songs by Scott Hardkiss and Sara Walker. Thanks, Bruce!
Sugar Cane by Space Monkeys from the album “THE DADDY OF THEM ALL” 1997, directed by David LaChapelle, murals by Erni Vales!
Rock Steady Crew’s Rhythm Technicians video, with artwork by yours truly!
The cult classic advertisement for Burger King with some sweet lyrics by Hootie! Director: David LaChapelle Art: Erni Vales