Posted January 29th, 2011 at 11:49pm by Risky
Just came across some super old Pieces. Slick and I won the world graff battle held in England (circa 88). When I returned home I was hit up by collectors for a bunch of canvases…. Came across these shots of some very early canvas work……
I think this one was cut out foam core with aerosol, marker, pastels, and water color….. I used to do a lot of these…..
Posted January 29th, 2011 at 11:37pm by Risky
Everybody keeps asking me t0 post old Third Rail stuff. For those of you who don’t know Third Rail was a clothing line that I owned and operated for many years. Third Rail was very influential in pioneering street wear. It was very successful and we had a lot of good times…. Here’s a couple random shots of parties, catalogs, and what not…
Early Black book sessions became the design forum…
We used to give stores canvases as P.O.P’s
We did collages as ads to represent what we were into at that particular time….
Perry was one of the usual suspects at our parties along with Cypress Hill, House of Pain, and countless others…
Catalogs usually had collages of high lights from that season, parties, pieces etc…
The team was always off the hook, everybody down was tight like family….
HAULIN ASS, GOODTIMES…. O.G. Third Rail fo life!
Posted January 25th, 2011 at 07:09pm by Risky
We’ve had some really cool events at Montana LA over the past few months, and the 2011 rooster looks super hot as well! These events are very cool because we pick people who are not very accessible yet are a driving force in our lifestyle….. The Danny Diablo signing is a perfect example of this. He is someone who will go down in the hardcore hall of fame. His career is ever expanding and overlapping…. The word is he’s bring a few surprise guests as well…..This is going to be a good one, don’t miss it!
Posted January 23rd, 2011 at 12:46am by Risky
Piece from wall I did with Zane WC, few weeks back
Eye level studio shot, my daughter took
Can wall at Montana LA store
Great Jae Bueno shot of Bobby Ruiz’s Tribal Collection at Montana LA
Posted January 12th, 2011 at 02:56am by Risky
When I was in New Orleans, I took a ton of cool photos, I really liked the cemetery shots….
This one was not a cemetery, but it is a grave yard of where I grew up this was a happening spot on the lake front near Bucktown. This is what is left of the once crowded restaurants and bars. I got my first curfew ticket here in 8th grade……Goodtimes!…
Posted January 12th, 2011 at 02:39am by Risky
A few weeks ago I visited “The Big Easy”. It was my first time home since Katrina, and the wreckage was amazing. I felt as if I was in a twilight zone episode as I cruised through the Ninth Ward. There were huge schools and hospitals that were just abandoned. These buildings weren’t old or dilapidated, they were newer buildings that were flooded and people just never came back. it was crazy, vending machines still had food and drinks in them…..