ICHABOD’s is a story I’ve been wanting to tell for several years now. I present it here: words by me, photos by various friends of the artist. – Caleb ICHABOD is a master of American freight train graffiti: prolific, durable, and consistent. In a game … Read More
Well, it’s finally nice out. Have some updates: The Pump Me Up show we did at the Corcoran is down and you missed it. I had the coolest couple of days of random work ever (below). The Barry McGee mid-careertrospective is up at the Boston … Read More
I’m way late getting this recap up on my site here, but… here goes. What a weekend. Really, one I will never forget. Our show Pump Me Up: DC subculture of the 1980s opened at the Corcoran Gallery of Art on Friday. The next night, … Read More
Been working on this for years! Tickets here if you are in the DC area on 2/23. Our Corcoran show opens to the public that same day.
. This is a project that’s been a very long time coming. In late 2004 I began working with Roger Gastman on a project about D.C. graffiti legend COOL “DISCO” DAN. Roger had known Dan for over ten years at that point. As we really … Read More
An article that I wrote about Bill Dunlap, an artist I really dig, is in the current issue of Juxtapoz.