Monday, November 9, 2009


Afghanistan — Two Fort Bragg soldiers died Monday after their MH-47 Chinook helicopter crashed in Darreh-ye Bum, Afghanistan, according to the U.S. Department of Defense.
Sgt. 1st Class David E. Metzger, 32, of San Diego, and Staff Sgt. Keith R. Bishop, 28, of Medford, N.Y., were assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) at Fort Bragg.
They were among seven special operations soldiers who died in the crash, DOD officials said.

Metzger is survived by his sons, David and Grant, who live in Fort Bragg. He is also survived by his parents, David Metzger and Lisandra Holstein, as well as his grandmother, Dolores, of San Diego, Calif.

Bishop is survived by his wife, Margaret, of Flager Beach, Fla. and parents, Robert and Suzan Bishop, of Carlisle, Penn.
the SADK AK and DC crews

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Thursday, October 22, 2009


Every once in a while i have my moment...for more info peep

Wednesday, August 26, 2009


It's a wrap...Thanks to Weah for hookin up this spot that got crushed by over 25 writers that wrapped around the whole building. The wall included Texas giants such as Spain, Wake, Duo, News, Yikes, Grasp, Labor, Epnos, Mes and a bunch of other drunk in the heat fools. Here's a few more honorable mentions............

Tuesday, August 18, 2009


Thanks again to the city of Houston for allowing one of the most blantantly obvious graffiti art shows that I've been part of or even been to with not one peep from the police. Mr. Gonzo and Weah definantly own their city and are great hosts. Here's a few photos from the show, but those who were there got a real feel of the vibe that Aerosol Warfare puts out...check out more of the Houston based art gallery/boutique at ...also if you want to check out more photos of the show or the whole tour check out
If you're in the area the show runs till September 12th!!!!

Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Aerosol Warfare Gallery has the privilege to host the final leg of Texas’ first traveling graffiti art exhibition. “Pieced Together” All Texas Graffiti Art Show began its journey last year in Austin, TX when graffiti pioneer (and curator), SLOKE, pulled together some top aerosol artists from major cities in Texas and ‘pieced together’ the exhibition. Since then, this art show has traveled to cities such as Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Phoenix and San Francisco. Houston is the final destination and we are ready to throw a Texas Size Ho-Down to celebrate the successful run of an exhibition that the LA Weekly describes as a “hybridized style existing in this stylistic space between two art worlds”!
Artists Include: Austin – Sloke, Wake, Spain & Mez; San Antonio – Enks, Duo & Supher; Houston – Coler, Weah, Sode, & GONZO247; Dallas – Soner & Lawgic; El Paso – Grave, Myker & Durock; The Valley – Dmise & News.
Live interactive entertainment will be provided by CKC StART Street & Urban Arts. Audio Entertainment provided by Mr. Bristle and Divine Wind with other Dj’s to be announced. Complimentary refreshments provided by our generous sponsors: Sweet Leaf Tea & Red Bull. Adult beverages will also be available. This event is Free, open to the public and is family friendly.
All artwork will be on display at Aerosol Warfare Gallery & Boutique, opening August 15th, 2009 through September 12th, 2009

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

A.R.P. in San Diego

I told you this one was not to be missed. Peralta and Miller from the Serye Design family at it again taking everyone to school.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009


Here's a little commission piece I did for my friend JohnAllen's entertainment company...I'll post some flicks after it's hung when I get's pretty pimp!!!!

Sunday, July 26, 2009

San Diego Artshow

This show is not to be missed...if you're in the area don't get caught sleeping...start camping out in front of Voz Alta NOW!!!!!!! I'll post photos of the show later for those who were napping!!!
And when you wake up check out

Mural for LOFTWALL in Dallas

Here's a commissioned piece i just finished in Dallas for a new furniture/design company

Pieced Together at Crewest in Los Angeles

...and if you're not tired of looking at this new piece of mine yet check this out...

Fort Worth is Famous for its Southern Hospitality

Pieced Together Texas Graffiti Art Tour 09

Heres a couple flicks of a sculpture that was in the Dallas showing of the tour...there was alot more work than this by far, for more info and photos of the tour check out