Archive for the Guerrilla Art Category

Old City, Philadelphia

The City of Philadelphia v. Todd Marrone, Exhibit A.

Wake Up Call

I recently teamed up with a former student/current costumed crusader, in an effort to coax Pennsylvanians into fighting for equality. Hundreds of these postcards are now floating around the City of Brotherly Love, literally and figuratively.

Ink on Paper • Old City, Philadelphia

Last Friday evening, an old man covered Old City with old artwork. Check out the photos on Flickr or Facebook.

Ink on Paper • Pterodactyl Gallery

This evening, I plastered the very awesome Pterodactyl Gallery with semi-awesome prints for their semi-big Big Art Show.

Acrylic on Plywood • 48″x48″ • Main Line, Philadelphia

I painted this piece of scrap plywood so somebody would haul it off of my property. One man’s trash is another man’s eventual trash.

Ink on Plywood • Ambler Skate Shop

As the official artbassador of Formation Skateboards, I officially made and left artwork in, and around, Ambler Skate Shop, during the official Ambler Art Festival.

StorySlam at World Cafe Live

Here’s the story behind the art under people’s behinds.

StorySlam at World Cafe Live

Yesternight, I shared a story about sharing my art. Then, I shared my art by hiding it under the chairs in the audience. I’m like a slightly heavier Oprah.

After you tell a few stories at various StorySlams without wetting your pants, they invite you to be a guest storyteller. On April 9th, I’ll weave a tale of guerrilla art identity crisis to kick the night off. It’s rumored that everyone in attendance will receive a FREE painting. I started that rumor.

Monday, April 9th, 8:30 – 10:30 PM
World Cafe Live
3025 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA

Ink on Paper • Main Line, Philadelphia

I painted these giant banners during a recent fundraising event at Lower Merion High School, because I like art and hate cancer. Who’s with me?