1520 Sedgwick Ave. / Gouache, Color Pencil and Digital / 10" x 10"

On August 11th, 1973, DJ Kool Herc threw a party in the halls of 1520 Sedgwick Ave. that changed the world forever.

Snoop / Graphite, Ink, Color Pencil and Digital / 8" x 10"

A portrait of L.A. based rapper, Snoop Dogg

Snap The Lion/ Gouache, Ink, Graphite, and Digital / 8" x 10”

"Blue Demon" /Graphite, Ink, Color Pencil and Digital/ 8" x 10"

A portrait of legendary luchador Blue Demon and his success as an B Movie actor

Peter and The Wolf / Graphite, Ink, Color Pencil and Digital / 8" x 12"

This Is You / Gouache, Color Pencil and Digital / 11" x 14"

A piece on the helplessness we feel when others ascribe identity to us

Cactus Boy / Graphite, Ink, Color Pencil and Digital /10" x 10.25"

A Self Portrait made for promotion

Questlove / Graphite, Ink, Color Pencil and Digital /7.5" x 10.5"

A portrait of Questlove, a Producer and Drummer for hip hop band The Roots

"Slow Glass" / Gouache, Ink, Graphite, Color Pencil and Digital / 7" x 10"

An illustration depicting a scene from Bob Shaw’s short story “Light of Other Days”

Trumpet / Gouache, Color Pencil and Digital / 8" x 8”

2 of 4 in a small series of character designs based Mariachi bands

The Drifter / Graphite, Ink, Color Pencil and Digital / 8" x 8"

An Illustration made as a response to the prompt “The Drifter”

Mother Finger/ Gouache, Color Pencil and Digital /10.5" x 6"

A response to the Medium article "There Is Something Wrong On The Internet". The article describes the issues with Youtube algorithms and how it maybe tricking children into watching disturbing material.

Firestarter / Gouache, Color Pencil and Digital / 8" x 10"

An illustration meant to accompany Jack London's short story "How To Build A Fire"

Bambaatataa's Pride/ Gouache, Color Pencil and Digital / 10" x 10"

Afrika Bambaataa is one of the most important figures in Hip Hop culture's early history, but recent events has revealed his worst secrets to the world

Cowboy's Chant / Gouache, Color Pencil and Digital / 10" x 10"

To honor a friend leaving for the Army, "Cowboy" Keith Wiggins created a chant that would unintentionally became the namesake for Hip Hop culture