Lately, I’ve been procrastinating on things I need to get done and projects I want to start. It’s so easy to use all the excuses under the sun. My current excuse is, “I have all the time in the world so I can just worry about it later.” The bottom line is that there is no perfect time to start something rather than in the now. So just do it (cue Shia LaBeouf). Find what’s important to you and what you want out of life and prioritize that first and just get started.
Mural Street Artist: Joe Lanzilotta
Day 18-19 of #thesweetestofwords . I wanted this to feel like a big warm hug when you looked at it and I hope it does 💙 #soft
2845 hours ago
Hello everyone! It past a lot of time since my latest post, sometimes life happens and you need to figure out how to move on.
By the way I'M BACK!
First digital lettering/drawing with one of my favourite Italian songs by @piercarone88 🙆
shout out to 2006 Emmy for illegally downloading Go DJ and Workin Em on Bearshare (possibly Limewire, can’t be too sure). what started as an attempt to impress a boy who liked Lil Wayne turned into a genuine interest and love of rap and hip-hop and for that, i am eternally grateful
To Be Your One.. Has been a project that was created to bring awareness of our gang problems, but also to pay homage to the Chicano culture that has influence many of us, our friends and we've even had family apart of this culture. We wanted to unify our people and it has been an honor to have filled your orders, and the to hear the stories that you have shared with us. We're extremely honored and grateful for every one of you. @una.michelada and myself continue to thank you all 🙏 One Love, One Unity, One Nation! .
Thank you @lmortuaryl for the support
Graffiti wall by Chicago OG BTB crew
Having someone copy something you’ve worked so hard on and pass it off as their own is so disheartening. I know it’s something that many creatives deal with on a daily basis, and that it’s part of the territory, but fuck it’s still a punch in the gut! Don’t get me wrong, I understand that we’re all in some way influenced by other artists, myself included, and that a certain amount of imitation is also part of the learning process. We’re constantly being flooded by so much on these platforms that it’s sometimes hard to draw the line between “inspired” and “ripped off”. But in the constant stream of recycled ideas, I like to think most of us can spot the true creative, the ones who create from their gut.