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    The intent was always to be direct with my approach to painting.
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  • My art is an extension of my character, bold and uninhibited, assertive and unorthodox.
    My color pallet is extensive and expressive.
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From Bushwick to Bed-Stuy

DeKalb Avenue and Broadway is the Brooklyn borderline between Bushwick and Bedford Stuyvesant (Bed-Stuy). The portrait of choice for this location is one of Brooklyn’s finest, playing the part of Mars Blackmon…

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Dodworth Gate Mural

Brightening Up Brooklyn

The next two stops after Errol’s brought me to Bushwick for the Dodworth Street Mural gate and a new Biggie for Bushwick.

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Errols Main

Flatbush Murals at Errol’s

Last week I went deep into the bush, Flatbush, Brooklyn at the corner of Hawthorne Street and Flatbush Avenue to Errol’s Caribbean Bakery.

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Fumero works on F stop mural

F |umero| Stop at Houston

This has been an amazing summer for fumeroizing and the last week of August was the icing on the cake.

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Itri panoramic

Il Ritorno Di Fumero A Itri

During the summer of 2013 I was invited by the city of Itri, in southern Italy near the coast of the Terranean Sea to create a mural on the 80 yard wall on Via Cescole (LINK to article from 2013 in Itri). I finished half of the wall and was asked to come back again […]

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DCTK9 featured

Collab with Joseph Meloy

A Lower East Side store front opened up a new business recently called Dream Come True K9 and the owner, Blake Rodriguez, wanted to have street art adorn the three roll gates where a new sign replaced the decades old ‘VideoLand’ sign.

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