Here's what I don't understand: why did Garfield hate Mondays so much? It's not like he had a job. I don't work Mondays either and I have to say that when you're not working on a Monday its pretty calm. I'm sitting here watching Back To The Future Part III and catching up with some photos. I suppose that means I'm sort of working but I get to sit in my PJs so I don't think it really counts. I guess the real answer is that Garfield was just an asshole. Not too much of a creative update since my last post on Saturday but tonight I'm getting started on a new project with Angelina Christina back in Mar Vista. I scoped out the wall yesterday and its a dope spot so I'm pretty stoked because the last wall we were at was less than dope and I definitely needed something fresh.
Today however I have a new post/new twist on a familiar face. Jennifer Korsen makes her return to the site. If you visit my Street Artists At Work page you'll see a few sets with Jennifer but for this set we got together and took some portraits. I had been talking to Jennifer about wanting to do this for some time. She told me she'd be moving out of her studio (which was also once occupied by Shepard Fairey aka OBEY) so we both knew we had to shoot in there while we had the chance. Right around the time we shot this I was about to leave for a week for my parents' 40th Wedding Anniversary in Florida so we only had a brief window so I kept the set kind of short and sweet but its dope nonetheless.
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