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ReMixed Series Started. $

ReMixed. A series of paintings with all good idea and intention just somehow missed the mark. Sometimes being prolific isn’t the best thing, and some works deserve a second chance.

“$” From the origami inspired series.

I still wish I could origami graffiti letters for real, how cool would that be. I can however imagine it, or at least I sure thought I could. Sometimes as I am painting a piece that I feel is a great idea and I can feel deep inside that each hour of painting that passes that I’m getting myself into a hole I cant save myself from. I wanted this origami $ piece to work so bad but every step got worse and worse. I tried band aiding it by splashing the lavender and bright orange, a bad attempt at distracting the eye but I knew, I think everyone knew. I may have sold a few paper prints of the original, those should be treasured because they will never be available again. Its important to repeat that I learn from these pieces so much more that the great ones, or the complete duds, these pieces are my school so I love and respect them greatly and any artist that hates something they created needs to re-value and re-guard those pieces because they have so much more to say than the great pieces.

 

11/09/2016
Blackbook Series, Part I
21/11/2016
ReMixed Series: #1 Murder of Thieves
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He may be best known for his development of the 3D graffiti style that has influenced thousands worldwide to follow his technique; however, Vales, has a portfolio reaching far beyond what might be expected from a graffiti artist. Now a creative powerhouse, Vales has completed many successful projects ranging from large-scale murals, to art directing films and videos, fashion, photography to restaurant and nightclub interior design worldwide. His collaborations have placed him in the heart of Google’s NYC office and the surreal world of photographer David LaChapelle. He has also worked closely with video director Hype Williams, spanning his art across all mediums.

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