Monday, September 26, 2011

Sketchbook Project 2011






Here are some of my entries in the 2011 Sketchbook Project presented by Brooklyn's Art House Co-Op.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Business Is Risky Brooklyn


Coming Soon! for one month only.
Business Is Risky Brookyln.
The premiere PopUp Shop, presentd by Phialdelphia's finest artisans and innovators.

Follow Us!

http://BusinessIsRisky.com
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Brooklyn-NY/BusinessIsRisky-Brooklyn/319069577983?ref=ts

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Face painting tonight at Cantina Dos Segundos for Mardi Gras Mexicana


I cant wait to turn all those beautiful facesinto sugar skulls..

Sunday, January 10, 2010



Entries for the 2010 PBR Art Contest. I had the gracious honor of hosting Philly's own special showcase. "My Best Girl" won third place!!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Wolf Tee Xmas Time!




Wolf Tee time. Order Online at MomTried.com or if you are in thge Philadelphia area visit my table at the Punk Rock Flea Market

Photo Ben Pier

Friday, December 4, 2009

"Nuthin But Trouble" Arrives Saturday at Amberella


Buy now by clicking on the Paypal link.








http://momtriedcalendar.com/

Hope you can make it out!

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

4th Friday on 4th



"The Choices I've Made, The Price I've Paid"
Art Show Friday at Red Hook Cafe!
765 s 4th.
6-8pm
Hope you can attend.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

New Threadless Submissions

Three of 'em. $end Help. Vote and support!
http://www.threadless.com/submission/197481/Home_Sweet_Whoot/


Thursday, January 8, 2009

"Dark Days"

817 n 2nd. 8pm-10pm.
New clothes, merch, prints and paintings for starving eyes.


Dedicated in loving memory to Sharp.

Friday, January 2, 2009

Conspiracy Showroom Mural

Here's some pics from my mural completed last year for Conspiracy Showroom in Northern Liberties
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Sunday, December 28, 2008

Threadless Submission!

This is my recent Threadless submission.




Fingers crossed.

Friday, December 26, 2008

"Last Resort" Ski Lodge

Images from our holiday trunk show are now up on our Myspace. Pictured is the "7x7 Showdown", the group art show within the event. Special thanks to 215 Magazine photographer Lacey.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

"Myles: Making Philly Even More Amazing"

I JUST found this article about my show last year at Conspiracy Showroom, I love the Title.
"Myles:Making Philly Even MORE Amazing"

There was some other press too.




This is the show card and inspiration for the In-Store mural.

"Where the Wild Things Are" by Myles

At the now defunct LaunchPAd Media Loft. Reminds me of home.



Friday, December 19, 2008

I Screenprint Your Shit Sundays

If I Print It You WIll Come. Topstitch 2-5pm every Sunday.
$5 screenprinting by yours truly of new work.

Urban Outfitters Window Display DONE!!!!

Done like 2008. I did Urban's window for their West Philly location across from the ICA. ."RIDE CLOSED". Its a deserted carousel closed for the stupid holidays...




Saturday, November 22, 2008

Tom Gabel in Trouble Industries Tee

I fanned out soo hard.






I created a MYSpace profile to commemorate my dorkdom.
Its MySpace.com/TomGabel_InTrouble
Then! Against Me's MySPce has an album where he's wearing it days after!!!

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Bloggy Blog Blog

Made to Order posted some pictures of Saturday night.
Thanks soo fucking much to all those who came out, you all rule.

www.MadeToOrderPhilly.com

Lurk it!!

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Made To Order

My solo show is coming up October 18th at Made to Order in Northern Liberties.
I haven't really gone out lately, I've kinda confined myself to the studio, which has been awesome in its own right.

I cant wait for this show. Its gonna rule.



Cant FUCKING wait

Sunday, July 27, 2008

MyKy Collection

SO... I've been working with Kylie (kinkedworks.com) lately, working on reconstructed clothing and generally awesome articles.
Its been exciting, like I've found a new love.

I'm leaving my studio at SPACE 1026 this weekend. I've been working there for over a year now, and I don't play well with others.
Its liberating.
I'm working on building our website, but since its less fun than making stuff, it might be while before it sees the light of day. Get Ready.

Monday, July 7, 2008

Paines Project

Got the chance to donate work to the Paine's Project Skateboard benefit. I donated 2 prints and they both sold!!
Rules.



Cullen was in town for the night and accompanied me to the show.
It ruled.

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Ready Made Myles

From last years Ready Made Magazine,which highlighted a few Alt-Spaces, including Space 1026 and Oakland's LoBot. One page me, one page AbbyG. Old space-mates from Young Archer. We Texas/Diamonds kids have done pretty well for ourselves.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Kenzo Murals

I used to live in Kenzington, and used to spend a shitload of time feeling sorry for myself. It was winter and thats what I do when its cold. Cold is cold. Regardless if its Midwest freezing or Philly mild, the seasonal depression still hits. Al Burian wrote about Chicago winters being the most soul-crushing thing to experience. In Burn Collector number 10 he wrote the wind chill turns you to "a blood and brain popsicle". That imagery has stuck with me all this time. I did this in my Kenzo bedroom to cheer myself up.

I brought with me an old stencil from a mural I did at Tini Martini in Chicago, and just kind of revamped it.

The mural was commissioned through my friend Jillian Valentino, and I could only work on it while the club was open. Which SUCKED.

Here's the rest of the Tini Martini mural from the opening party.
http://everyoneisfamous.com/hotdog/121606/1.html

The pictures are by my old friend Clayton of EveryoneIsFamous.
Pics!

Afficial Window Hotness


Literally a month after I moved to Philly, my friend Mark from Space used his copy job hook-up to make me a portfolio to show galleries, cafes, and boutiques.
I walked around Philly with like a list of stores, galleries and the like I researched in Chicago. (To clarify research=lurked)
I met soo many people and most of them pointed me in the direction of other spots that would be worth my while to check out.
I landed this window mural with Afficial and made good friends out of it. Like Ron,
who hollered at me to work on a commission at Ubiq, the spot he's at now. My friend
Thom Lessner might be in the mix, but our styles are soo fucking different. It will be interesting to see what it will look like!!!

Ron said my dude was "diving into cool".

Tattoed Mom's Medusa


My friend Bobby helped me wheatpaste this jawn last night at Tattooed Mom's. Its close to 8ft tall and about 6ft wide. I'm surprised we didn't make a mess.

Friday, May 16, 2008

I'm on a skateboard!

My friend Mike Stein included a pic of my mug on a deck for his show at Exit Skate shop in Philly.

I don't know what to say, but I think its rad.

Welcome Home

My once-friend Joe and I did this window for Una Mae's in Chicago.
For a good time, try spray-painting in a narrow and enclosed store window during a Chicago summer, it truly is the way to go.


Una Mae's is huge now, having moved on up to the proverbial "east side".
Its now closer to Damen Milwaukee Ave in a store 4 times its size.
I recently got Space 1026 a show in Chicago at this years Version Fest.
We drove out there and put together an amazing show in an amazingly small amount of time.
I came up with the idea of "Home", blending together the nature of Space and its role in our lives as members. The conceptual root of it being my return to the city I was born and raised in, calling home 19 years out of my 24.
It was nice to see my friends, have them hug me and say "Welcome home".
It meant a lot, so I brought that with me to the table when we were brainstorming what the fuck we were gonna do in a gallery a lot bigger than we had anticipated.

The idea of home is a strange notion anyway, I have no real sense of permanence in general, like "running till I run out of road" style.
Its nice to know Chicago is there, that it will always be the same, or slightly better.
My friends have dogs, beds on bedframes not floors, records on shelves not milkcrates, and the kid who used to hook me up at Kinko's is now the manager.
Things are looking up.

Quimby's Bookstore Window Display



This installation was the last thing I did in Chicago before I moved to Philly.
It was at Quimby's bookstore where my boy Logan Bay hooked it up.
He's an incredibly talented dj who puts together Gutter Butter back home.