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Dirty Crayon 2013

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  • Dirty Crayons’ Victory Run is a collaborative exhibition of works by Visual Artists Jehan Jackson, Leasho Johnson, Keegan Simon, Taj Francis and Kemar Swaby.We hope to become vanguards in the changing face of this social event, encouraging young artists play a part in the greater community while making a name for themselves in the Jamaican art scene and help to inspire other upcoming talents to become better artists and collaborators.

    This year’s showcase shall exhibit the broad spectrum of young and impressive talent’s that the Caribbean has to offer, displaying the fusion of art, strong concepts, culture and aesthetic appeal. Creating a space of a more up-tempo art exhibit than the usual art exhibition, being a more edgy, trendy and expressive in our approach as a presentation.
  • Promo Video for Dirty Crayons  2013 VICTORY RUN
  • Early shot of the collaborative piece of artwork (my section) DIRTY CRAYONS SPEAKERBOX SPECIAL (DJ turn table podium).
  • (DETAIL SHOT) Early shot of the collaborative piece of artwork (my section) DIRTY CRAYONS SPEAKERBOX SPECIAL (DJ turn table podium).
  • Working on the collaborative piece of artwork (my section) DIRTY CRAYONS SPEAKERBOX SPECIAL (DJ turn table podium).
  • Preliminary FIrst sketch of "Pimpa's Paradise"
  • Preliminary First sketch of the "HYFR"
  • First Layer of application to canvas for "Pimpa's Paradise"
  • First application of acrylic paint and before detailing of pen and ink.
  • "HYFR" and "Pimpa's Paradise" before adding further detail,
  • The chaos which is called my room/ studio/ workstation.
  • "Whats on Cafe" per set up, getting all the works in place and cleaning up the general space transforming from a restaurant into a exhibition space. Alot credit  goes to everyone who had help us in studio up.
  • Doing the finishing touches in pen and ink on canvas for "Pimpa's Paradise".
  • Progression of "HYFR" adding each layer of acrylic paint and ink.
  •  intuitionally I wanted to go bigger but due to financial constrains had made me to go smaller. This was to show and expresses the connectivity of individuals across the different platform. It symbolized the concept of karma and showing the different interpretation of everyone being different size and characteristics but yet still reaming the same throughout this one light. It was the continuation from my Final year exhibit as seen here http://www.behance.net/gallery/Karma-Vipaka/5306443
  • Karma Stencil Home Series 
  • DIRTY CRAYONS collaboration speaker/ DJ booth installation
  • (TURN ON) Karma Isotopes- My experiment on using installation insolated light bodies
  • (TURN OFF) Karma Isotopes- My experiment on using installation insolated light bodies
  • "Pimpa's Paradise" (20 inches by 35 inches)
  • "HYFR" (2.5 feet x 3.3 feet)
  • "HYFR" (Detail shot)