Thursday, December 31, 2009

Happy New Year!!!!!!!!!!!

Well Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all make 2010 a year to REMEMBER!

Anyways I got all my essentials packed and I'm off on my travels today making my way to Austin with a bunch of good dudes and anywhere and everywhere in between. So check back for updates on any crazy adventures I might have on the road. Wish me Luck!

Oh and if anyone has any cool places I should visit or check out wherever it may be, leave me a comment and let me know!

The Tallest Man on Earth- The Gardener. check it out.

Tallest Man on Earth - The Gardener - A Take Away Show from La Blogotheque on Vimeo.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Austin Bound.

So in a few days I start off the New Year with a road trip down to Austin Texas with a few other stops along the way. I can't wait either, it's going to be good to beat the New England winter and ride some bikes, since it's been from about mid October i'd say since I last rode my bmx bike, so it's much needed and I'm psyched! I have no real plan, just basically freestyling it for a few months, but should be an interesting adventure. Well I guess check the blog for updates as i'll try to do my best to post as much as I can. See ya!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Feliz Navidad!

I just want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas! hope it's enjoyable.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009


Some of you may not know who Banksy is, but he's an artist worth checking out. I find him to be one of the genius artists of the 21st century. His work is incredible, yet so simple in the point it's trying to make. I just enjoy everything he does, not just his stencil work which I'm really into, but all his other works he does as well. So below is a few photos of pieces of his artwork. So enjoy.

"Banksy has pulled off his most daring stunt yet by staging his biggest-ever British exhibition in complete secrecy.

The covert graffiti artist snuck into Bristol's City Museum and Art Gallery and replaced many of the artefacts on display there with 100 pieces of his own work, including a burnt-out ice-cream van.

The spray-painted van, which sits under a giant melted cone, appears alongside dozens of sculptures, oil paintings and his trademark stencils from today."

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Fundred Dollar Bill Project.

So I was asked to be a part of the Fundred Dollar Bill project and it feels good to be doing my part even if it's a little part, to make a big difference. And I feel that everyone should take a little time to check out what the project is about and participate. I have put a brief description of the project below, but you can go to for more information on it and print out a template if you want to participate. So take a minute and check it out.

"Everyone and anyone, students, teachers, artists, parents and celebrities, are all making their own Fundred Dollar Bills–original, hand-drawn interpretations of U.S. $100 bills. The goal is to collect over 3 million of these unique artworks. This cumulative total of 300,000,000 Fundred Dollars supports the equivalent cost (in U.S. Dollars) required to make safe every lead contaminated property in New Orleans, so that every child is protected.
These valuable drawings will be picked up by a special armored truck and presented to the U.S. Congress with a request for an even exchange of the creative capital–your Fundreds–for real funding to make safe lead-polluted soils in New Orleans. Once we create a lead-safe New Orleans, this innovative environmental model will be available to other lead-polluted cites."