Favorite Book, Skateboard

Tyrell By Coe Booth 

Favorite Book, Skateboard

Tyrell By Coe Booth 

Dream VIdeo with Poem:

Dream Poem

In life, everything seems like forever.

They say it’s not what you go through,

But who’s there to go through it with you.

Family and friends become the missing factor.

A journey isn’t one worth taking without them.

As peaceful as the beaming light upon your skin, or

The tingling sensation of heat under your feet may feel;

A journey isn’t the same.

You can go from one Earth end to the other,

But it won’t be the same without that best friend,

Or sister to share it with.

-Whitney Callender

What the Youth Really talk about (documentary)

Object Image - Relating Words

Object Image - Relating Words

Musical Story

An artist cannot fail; it is a success to be one.

Charles Horton Cooley
Power

Power

Instant Collage

Instant Collage

Digital Collage

Digital Collage

Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.

Georgia O’Keeffe
Repetition photo: original image

Repetition photo: original image

(Project2)Repetition Repetition: stencil vs. oil pastel

(Project2)Repetition Repetition: stencil vs. oil pastel

Fake Artist: Seven Toi Dumon

Fake Artist: Seven Toi Dumon

(Project1)Piece: Slaughter
Fake Artist: Seven Toi Dumon
Bio: Seven grew up in an urban neighborhood. She was born and raised in the NYC. She has been in and out of trouble with the law. At the tender age of 16, she got mixed into gang violence. Unfortunately, Seven’s boyfriend didn’t survive the fight. This enraged the already lackadaisical teen. Seven however reacted in a different way, which shocked almost everyone that knew her. In memory of her boyfriend, Seven does political stencil art and silk screen projects to speak out against violence. Seven believes in keeping a low profile, after the loss of her boyfriend. Especially, in fear of running into cops. Instead of talking to people in person, Seven leaves mugshot drawings around of herself.

(Project1)Piece: Slaughter

Fake Artist: Seven Toi Dumon

Bio: Seven grew up in an urban neighborhood. She was born and raised in the NYC. She has been in and out of trouble with the law. At the tender age of 16, she got mixed into gang violence. Unfortunately, Seven’s boyfriend didn’t survive the fight. This enraged the already lackadaisical teen. Seven however reacted in a different way, which shocked almost everyone that knew her. In memory of her boyfriend, Seven does political stencil art and silk screen projects to speak out against violence. Seven believes in keeping a low profile, after the loss of her boyfriend. Especially, in fear of running into cops. Instead of talking to people in person, Seven leaves mugshot drawings around of herself.