This is a new graffiti piece I put up yesterday at the Hope Outdoor Gallery. This shot was taken by my good friend and incredible photographer Jules Aboloff who runs Celebrating Austin Daily. Make sure to stop by his page to look at some of his other work.
One of the worst things about starting a blog from the beginning is the initial fill of fresh and interesting content. Luckily for you, I have started working in the wonderful new medium of graffiti, a medium that I have always steered away from because I have never thought of myself as a painter. Also, unlike OKC, Austin has some great locations for street art run by the local artist collective, Spratx. Here’s some pictures of my first ever graffiti work.
If someone were to ask me what my two biggest regrets in life were, I would probably have to say the first would be not asking Pam Anderson for her autograph when she totally came into a restaurant that I was having breakfast at in Malibu while I was on a college visit trip. My second would be not telling that story in high school more often because, I mean, who couldn’t use a popularity boost in high school?
I mean, obviously not this guy.
Another regret that’s up there on the list (not third or fourth for sure but still probably up there) would be not taking better care of this blog. Alas, fear no more, follow Internaut© because iammagill.com is back up and in full force. The new model f0r this stupid blog is mostly going to focus on my new little art projects like street art and fancy doodles and as little as possible about my personal life because even I don’t want to read that crap. It’s too depressing. With that said, make sure that you attempt to keep up with this blog for a little more in-depth analysis about some of my current work and check my other social networks for other things that may tickle your fancy.