Spray paint mural for a private rooftop in Lincoln Park, Chicago.
This was a commissioned piece where I had full range of my design. I was given my first brick wall to do whatever I wanted on. In the span of two days I started learning what the wall was accepting and rejecting in terms of color and amount of paint. This is an experience that every artist should tap into.
On the second day I had a lot of colors and lines down so I decided to switch it up and make it more personal for the resident. He mentioned that he was Jewish and practiced religion so I decided to create a Hasma hand in honor of his appreciation. This immediately completed the piece after I painted this symbol directly in the middle.
As I continue to develop my style, I am also learning the importance of what I'm giving back to the world. Anytime I create a mural, I feel that I have given to the best of my abilities at the largest scale.
Give me your walls!