Tag: public art
“Heartbeat Brooklyn”: 11 Years Old!
Happy 2015! This year marks 11 years since my two murals went up on 12th Street and 2nd Avenue in Brooklyn. Up until now, I hadn’t taken my kids to go see them because it wouldn’t really have meant all that much to them, but now that they’re nearly 4 and 6.5 years old, I […]
Contests & Me: A Brief History
The other night I spied this AWESOME drawing contest Google is hosting for youngsters, and I thought, “Oh boy, I would have been A-L-L O-V-E-R that back in the day.” If only I could Peter Pan myself and I’d be able to meet the age requirement. Because if you didn’t know by now, I’m one step short […]
I’m totally wiped out (yeah, I know it’s Tuesday morning, but still) from a grand day out on Sunday to see Figment, an open-air art event that takes over otherwise-sleepy Governors Island for two days every year. It was logistically a bit hairy at times, with the whole family in tow and two ferry rides […]