Category Archives: Murals

Liquitex FreeStyle Art

Liquitex was out at TerraCycle in Trenton, NJ to help paint a mural on their property with artists Will Kasso Condry, Leon Rainbow, and Mike Ciccotello of ALBUS CAVUS. The mural uses Liquitex Soft Body and New! Liquitex free•style Brushes and is is 23 wide x 8 high. For more information, check out www.liquitex.com or visit us at www.facebook.com/liquitex.

Anne’s Garage 2010

I originally painted the piece on the bottom based on a Spanish landscape painting for my friend Anne in 2003. She had problems with kids running through her alley and tagging  her garage door. The piece ran for many years without any issues until  about 6 months ago someone tagged some obscenities over it. So, Anne asked me to come repaint it I showed her some of the recent sketches I have been doing and she told me to run with it. The Layout is based on the freestyle friday week #15.

"Lost in the Sunshine" was a repaint job/ graffiti cover up from 2003

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Live Painting at Decked in Princeton, NJ

Come watch Trenton’s famous graffiti muralist LEON RAINBOW* in action, as he works his magic and creates a canvas live at decked skateshop. While you’re at it enjoy food, drinks and great deals on our new Spring merchandise. February 28th, 2010
Store opens at 12, painting and party start at 2.

*Catch Leon in Bucks Life Magazine at http://www.bucksmedia.com/CMS/uncategorized/knocking-down-walls


DKD
72 Witherspoon Street
Princeton, NJ 08542
609.430.8494
www.dkdshop.com

Murals Dc-Sherman Ave Mural


One freezing morning, we all got on a bus that took us to all six works of art created as a part of MuralsDC. This program was initiated in 2007 by Ward One Councilmember Jim Graham as an effort to replace illegal graffiti with artistic works, to revitalize sites within the community and to teach young people the art of aerosol painting. It is currently managed by Dominic “Tru” Painter.

In 2008 and 2009, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in partnership with the Department of Public Works joined forces to further the MuralsDC mission. The goal of MuralsDC is to positively engage the District’s youth by teaching proper art techniques, providing supplies and a legal means to practice and perform their skill in a way that promotes respect for public and private property and community awareness. We celebrate the completion of six new murals, each reflecting the character, culture and history of the neighborhoods in the District.