Category Street Art
Roll up our sleeves and GET TO WORK!
Two of four labels for the don’t label me shirt t-shirt. I have since added a belly pouch to store the extra labels.
This is the logo for “Artists International local chapter 709point 2” stencil printed onto the street artist sleeve of the shirt/shirt project. The inspiration is to make one garment, like a uniform, I can wear for my various activities and roles.
This is the first time I wore the shirt in public. It has on the mom sleeve. No one looked at me any funnier than usual. The wierd thing is it looks like I have become the portrait of me in the clothes of Juan Miro that an artist made of me over 20 years […]
Totally amazing and now I believe in Santa Claus. On our way to hike up the mountain, MLC (My little mid-life Crisis) found a cardboard box next to the copy-place. When she looked inside she found breakshoe eyebrow and gear head! Reflector head is still missing and I think cat-head got taken away by whomever […]
Gene Anderson’s KONO Post
I have spent the past two weeks frantically, pleasantly, awkwardly, elatedly painting a mural of a wall paper pattern I designed onto a utility box in Oakland Ca. Tonight, as I was working on finishing it up, a car load of anarchists came to say how much they liked it. I lent them duct tape […]