My daughter and I painted a mural at “Hell’s Bottom” VFW 350 in Takoma Park, MD. It felt good to contribute to an organization that supports veterans and welcomes guests from the community. VFW 350 is a great local gathering space and concert venue. I’ve seen Gangstagrass, Megan Jean and the KFB, Jill Sobule, and others…
I created a large creature out of paper mâché. The original plan was to place it on top of a D.C. traffic box, but in the end, it’s very heavy and hard to put into the car. I’ll do something with it… Here’s a video of the process:
During the summer of 2017, I made a 4-foot tall tentacle sculpture and placed it in various places around Washington, D.C. I’ve compiled the resulting photographs into this video.
Tenleytown Main Street invited me to create an installation for Art All Night DC, 2017. I created #DCUFO. You can see pictures in the video below
My installation “#DCUFO” will be at the welcome center for the Tenleytown location of Art All Night DC. The first 100 visitors will receive free alien artwork, and everyone can get a photo next to the alien holding a DC flag in front of a 10-foot diameter UFO. Below are pictures of the project in…
On Tuesday, August 1st, I placed giant tentacles in a small park near the Dupont Circle metro stop. This was part of a larger street art project entitled #TentacleTuesday. Here are some of the resulting pictures.
Do you ever wake up, realize it’s #TentacleTuesday, and wish you had appropriate celebratory attire? I turned one of my tentacle drawings into merchandise. You can click on the image below to buy things. If you don’t see what you want, tell me and I’ll see what I can do.
On Tuesday, June 27th, I placed giant tentacles on top of a traffic box in the DC neighborhood of Takoma and later moved them to an open lot in Tenleytown. This was part of a larger street art project entitled #TentacleTuesday.
Be on the lookout for tentacles emerging from the tops of D.C. traffic boxes and in public spaces throughout the city starting this Tuesday and continuing through the summer. Local street artist Theodore Carter will show his 5-foot tall sculpture made largely from recycled materials. In February, Carter created #100DucksDC, a public display of one…
I spent fifteen months making duck sculptures out of packing tape, and then I put them on display in the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington, DC. This video is a compilation of still photos from the event. You can see studio shots of all 100 ducks here.