What’s good kids… I’ve been away for a little while, but now I’m back.  I just finished a piece for a really cool organization in Copenhagen called Transmogriffen.  They provide shelter, supervision, and counseling services for young people who need a little help or have special circumstances.  To help celebrate their 9th year of operation,  I was given the honor of painting a graffiti piece for their living room.  I though the word “Hope” would be a good fit for such a positive environment.  Check it out!

I thought a traditional style graffiti piece would be a good way to add some color to the walls at Transmogriffen.  Nothing too crazy, just bright and bold.   I’m thrilled that I had the chance to do a little artwork for a good cause.  Big ups and special thanks to Daniel for making it all happen.  This was just the kind of project I needed to recharge my batteries…I’ve been a little rusty, but I’m getting back into practice.   Thank you guys so much.

Well time to skidaddle… I’ve got a big day tomorrow at the Ry Højskole in Jylland.  Stay tuned for more updates.

Peace and Respect,

Juse One