Toxic Junkie

Stencils, Street Art, Toxic Wastes, Urban Decay No Comments

In the 80s, manifestations of toxicity was rampant not only by the poisoning of the planet by deliberate and careless dumping, but by those who chose a complete disregard for one’s existence with the recreational use of hard drugs. Toxic Junkie was spray painted on a well-used drug den on 2nd Street between Avenues B & C in conjunction with The Black and White Show at Kenkeleba Gallery, Lorraine O’Grady, Curator.


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More Paintings from X Americana X Series

Found Paintings, Paintings, Projects, Stencils, Toxic Wastes Comments Off

The Edge of the World

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Nuclear Intrusions

Collaborations, Guerilla Art, Political Art, Projects, Stencils, Street Art, Toxic Wastes No Comments

Nuke Freeze
Central Park, NY

The Daze of Toxic Water
Southampton, NY
Collaboration with Andrew Ruhren

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Toxic Wastes Earth Day 2010 (Wastebed 13) Re-Edit

Multi-Media, Projects, Toxic Wastes, Video 1 Comment

A few days before the start of National Park Week and the 40th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22nd, a major volcanic eruption in Iceland occurred. Whether it’s Mother Nature as in this case or man-made induced, these disruptions to our daily life create a moment to pause and contemplate the possible catastrophic impact on civilization and future generations. Read the rest of this entry »

Eco Art Projects-Warning Signs 4U2C

Demolition, Projects, Stencils, Street Art, Toxic Wastes, Urban Decay 7 Comments


“As a painter, act as the eye of the community, for the community.”

“In the 70s, I made a conscious choice of changing the formal aesthetics I was taught in art school. No longer interested in working within the spatial restrictions of a white canvas, I embraced the outdoors, reducing the value of an art object to that of a shared visual experience for the general public. At the same time, the formal ‘blankness’ of a typical gallery, devoid of any distinctive character, no longer held interest for me.”

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