Keeping the art and culture of graffiti alive and firmly rooted, TDK/TMC Family does it again… With one of a kind artwork from local graffiti artists and worldwide, DJs on the 1s and 2s, flows in the cypher, Bboys, Bgirls and live drums, this type of all ages event only
This past Saturday some of the Bay Area’s best DJs and artists gathered to pay tribute to Oakland’s beloved Graffiti King and Bay Area legend, Mike “DREAM” Francisco. Recognized worldwide as a style master, Dream’s graffiti established the visual aesthetic of Oakland’s Hip Hop culture and put The Town on
DREAM DAY 2014 “Dream but don’t sleep.” Saturday, August 23rd Greenpeace Yard 955 7th Street, Oakland, CA 2pm-7pm Photo Cred: Repost from Marty WillieMaze Aranaydo & Vogue One Honoring the Life and Legacy of Mike “Dream” Francisco. LIVE painting by TDK Crew & Fam DJs // Day Party vibes Food/Bevvys
For the past few weeks, I’ve been spending any of my free time working on photos from Pow Wow Hawaii 2014 where the initial set of over 1,000 photos has now become around 250 final post processed products. So to most effectively share this experience, I have split up what
Growing up when I did, with scribed memories of… kids bringing vinyl flooring out at recess, excitement surrounding the school dance, the highly respected DJ and his many crates, the sounds of Planet Rock, flashing lights and battling b-boys fitted in matching Adidas track suits representin’ their crew. And just like Sanaa Lathan’s
BARRY MCGEE Barry McGee (born 1966 in San Francisco) is a painter and graffiti artist. He is also known as Ray Fong, Lydia Fong, Bernon Vernon, P.Kin, Ray Virgil, Twist and further variations of Twist, such as Twister, Twisty, Twisto and others. I grew up seeing Twist’s iconic characters (i.e.
A few months ago, I posted about Pow Wow Hawaii 2012…here’s the official three part video series as documented by Michael Inouye. And a summary from the Pow Wow Hawaii site “As the unifying collective behind POW WOW Hawai’i gear up for its fourth showing in early 2013, Director Michael
Recently, the managing editor of Honolulu Magazine contacted me to run one of my photos in their August issue…so here it is, my first official publication feature! “Larger Than Life – The Pow Wow Hawai’i art event happened back in February, but unless you love or work in Kaka’ako, you