Here is the new Kickstarter project I’m working on here in Seattle! It needs all the support it can get. This neighborhood needs it! Here is a little description of the site and the project:Martin’s Way is a 501-C3 non profit organization that believes in providing a good life for all. They form partnerships that improve the standard of living for those in fringe neighborhoods. That’s why they approached urban artist Jeff “Weirdo” Jacobson shortly after forming The People’s Republic of Music (PRoM). PRoM at White Center, is Martin Way’s version of the Broken Windows Theory – where policing is replaced with community engagement through art and culture. A social minded investor recently lent a building in White Center to Martin’s Way. The space was once a run-down tavern – the blight of White Center for decades. However, the investor saw promise in the organization and gifted them an area free of rent, for 5 years. Martin’s Way aspires to renovate the space into an arts center for the community (PRoM). PRoM will feature a recording studio, digital catalog library, stage and more. It will be a space for musicians, film makers, animators, video game developers and writers. PRoM will connect artists and foster multimedia collaborations. Martin’s Way turned to Jeff Weirdo to design the building’s exterior. Weirdo, then brought on Fred Wildlife Refuge to help get the word out to the arts community. All proceeds raised from this Kickstarter campaign go toward the costs of materials, prep and labor associated behind creating this mural for the community. By helping fund this Kickstarter Campaign, you make the PRoM mural a work of art that is truly created for the people, by the people. Members of the community not only benefit from the organization, but by the positive externality of inclusive art.
In short, I need your support to get this neighborhood in Seattle lit up with a new piece of public art!SUPPORT THIS PROJECT HERE
Great write up on the “Infusion” group show at Roq La Rue. Check it out here. This is a shot of my contribution to the show. Its titled “Blue Room”.
It’s done, and its beautiful! This is a video put together by my friend Kyle McCarty, and FRED Wildlife refuge for the Movember movement!! I am proud to have been apart of the movement this year! check out the video here!
Last week while painting the Movember mural in lovely Seattle i had the pleasure of
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Thanks Big up’s!!
This month I was asked to help out the Movember movement by painting a mural. It was a real honor to be affiliated with this fine group of mo-bros and do my part to bring awareness to the issue. Not to mention doing it with my art in a big way! This mural is located at 10th and Pike right in the heart of the busiest intersections in Seattle’s capitol hill neighborhood. In an effort to raise awareness and funds for the fight against cancer I made a page at movember.com. We are also working on a documentary video chronicling the process. Stay tuned!!
Here is the latest mural project at Facebook London…Thanks to Philip Su for hooking this up! Thanks as well to
Artprimo, Chrome & Black, and Molotow!
Its official! The art show at Vermillion happened on June 1st and it was awesome! Thanks to all the fans and supporters that came out (probably about 300 of you). It was a wild time and 3 pieces sold right away! Prints are
available through the gallery until July 7th. Go check it out and peep the huge 20ft by 30ft mural!
This last week I was just hired to design and paint an ad for the Seattle Art Museum! Wow, what an honor! Lets see if they keep the campaign going…super cool! Many thanks to their marketing team for making this happen.