Basquiat Painting Is Sold for $110.5 Million

“Untitled,” a Basquiat painting from 1982, sold for $110.5 million at Sotheby’s auction on Thursday night. Its the sixth most expensive work ever sold at auction. Only 10 other works have broken the $100 million mark.

“He’s now in the same league as Francis Bacon and Pablo Picasso,”

bought by a Japanese billionare.

Busy, Living Life.

Ok. so i completely dropped the ball on the may reboot thing.. FAIL. i thought that going to tokyo would free up time.. but it was the complete opposite. in a good way. came back and things are still jammed. in a good way. i haven’t been able to post up new works in more than two years. this is not good for the site but im ok with it since life takes priority. i guess i will get around to it when i need work. i am also spending a lot of time in my hobbies as well. just wanted to post here and tell you that i am trying. but i am having fun with life at the moment.

RIP to my great friend. Chris Garcia – ALL BLOCKS COVERED. because of your passing and your ability to live life to the fullest, i aim to get myself more motivated in things that will make me happy and free. although i really wish you didnt leave us this way. too many friends and loved ones affected. we had so much ahead of our new projects together. this is a tough loss for me. i hope your legacy will live on forever. if theres anyway to continue the things we set in motion please send over your light and energy. rest easy my friend. ill see you later.

RIP adam
RIP dilla
RIP gark
RIP kendal
RIP pepper
RIP terry

Apologies

i didnt intentionally abandon this site. ive been dealing with a lot of life since the beginning of this year. i swear i will get my 2015 works up soon! also will post more amazing bloggies. i apologize. i will be heading to tokyo for about a month and hopefully i will find some nice free time to update. i have a lot i accomplished in 2015 and still many things in the pipeline for 2016 and beyond. man, what a life.

A look back at westfield brand studio

this was a nice place to work at until someone came around to ruin the vibe. mostly enjoyed the view up on the 52nd floor. they had nice perks and amenities. the courtyard always had lots of good looking people around. shout out to caa and some friends and artists i ran into over there. fun times at happy hour friday’s. good people. good $. good experience.

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