Friday, August 31, 2018


Noguchi Isamu, also known as Isamu Noguchi was a famous American artist. 
He is considered 20th Century's one-o'-da-best sculptors from the US-of-A. 

Noguchi also shared studios with the mo-tha-fo-kkin Bucky, also known as the Grand Father of Hippie Architecture. 
Bucky and Noguchi were basically the United States's best of the bests who were best friends. 

I think this is like the sweetest story in our recent history of American art and culture. 

To commemorate the awesome American legacy lead by a dude who thought,
"I should make a lamp"

I alsodecided to make lamps.

I forgot the whole story of why he decided to make lamps. 
Perhaps his sculptures weren't selling. (I have no clue lol)

But he made a lamp and it looked like this (mine). 

... Kind'a. ...

Jeez don't judge. 
I'm doing Noguchi. 

Friday, August 17, 2018

Patricia Bonilla

Patricia was one of the first residents at the infamous Brewery in DTLA.
It is where the whole Downtown LA Art scene started.

Old school.

We decided to destroy some abandoned parking lot and make public nuisance a new word.

These are the things we do sometimes. 


Patricia has brain damage.
She gets seizures.
Falls straight to the ground sometimes.

There's always a point of no return.
Sometimes, it's like that.
Morning comes, and it's never the same.

Wish you never were here?
Wish never had any traumas?
Wish you had a normal brain...?

"I am so sick of this"
She points out her stacks of medical records.
Let's use it for my sculpture. 

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

super busy

Persu (super) busy

Give you a hint. 
Jeeezus shit dont go well when it needs to. 

Prepared as Batman I am. 
Feels like repeating life many times. 

It gets easier as it goes by. 

Tuesday, August 7, 2018


I paint too. 
I paint in a way robots can maybe compete against me but I'm like better because I'm imperfect. 

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Venice Beach today

We went to Venice Beach.
We promised never to return again.

"You see those homeless encampments?"
an elder man who stopped by was talking to me.
"Their NEW thing is, to put up some fake arts and stuff to look like they're selling something"
and collect money from the tourists who know less.

What a day.