Artist Toxicity

Graffiti artist toxicity

Continuous exposure to paint is toxic to your body.

Continuous exposure to paint is toxic to your body.

Since I started writing again, I’ve had several writers seriously talk to me about the toxic effects of paint and what to do about it. I had these issues also but I see that it is quite common in our world.

When I first met my holistic medicine mentor over 15 years ago, one of the first things he noticed was my toxicity levels were causing my health problems. At the time I was experiencing fatigue, anger, depression, weight gain, digestion problems, low sex drive and sexual ability, heart irregularities, joint injuries that wouldn’t heal, frequent colds and flu, allergies, skin problems, memory problems, and my brain just didn’t work well. I had learning disabilities and I was failing out of medical school. I was fucked and it seemed like I was on my way to an early death!  Continue reading

Northwest Spray Day 2014

Pacific Northwest Graffiti

On May 17th, 2014 about 20 graffiti artists with will gathering at Carlisle Lake in Onalaska, WA for Notrhwest Spray Day 2014. I’m honored to be invited by Justin Boggs, the event planner, to be painting with these other artists!

Northwest Spray Day

Pacific Northwest graffiti art

As a resident of Portland, Oregon, I am excited to have such an event close to town! The mural laws in Portland limit the painting a graffiti artist can do So I have to travel to do street  art. I hope that this event helps to promote graffiti art in Oregon and Washington. Thanks to all and sponsors of this event including Art Primo.