Posts Tagged ‘SwampDonkey’


Saturday, September 14th, 2013

SWAMPY “All My Friends Are in Jail” – Brooklyn, NY

Sunday, June 16th, 2013


SWAMPY Tattoo – Berkeley, CA

Saturday, December 8th, 2012

Swampy Tattoo.

SWAMPY “Sharpie Taggin” – SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012

Friday, November 30th, 2012

Swampy Sharpie Taggin.
“Nah Ima Stay”

SWAMPY at Endless Canvas’s SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012 Mural Exhibit

Saturday, September 29th, 2012

Last chance to see the Special Delivery 2012 Exhibit is Sunday September 30th, 2012 from Noon till 6pm.

The documentary VIGILANTE VIGILANTE will be showing during the exhibit at 2pm and 5pm.

LOCATION: The Carbon Warehouse – 1350 4th Street, Berkeley, California

Camera Friendly – No Alcohol, No Bags – Donations Appreciated


Thursday, June 21st, 2012

Pretty Boy Swampy Graffiti Bay Area California.


Friday, April 6th, 2012

Swampy You Go Girl Graffiti Oakland CA.
New YOU GO GIRL graffiti along side a SWAMPY roller that’s been running for a couple years now.

THE TRUCK SHOW Video – San Francisco, CA

Monday, February 27th, 2012

The Truck Show – San Francisco, CA from Endless Canvas on Vimeo.
1AM Gallery
Friday February 10th, 2012
San Francisco
6th & Howard St

Donating all artists profits to:
Eastside Arts Alliance / Visual Element

The modern box-style delivery truck lives in the inner cities all across America. For the modern day graffiti writer it is a contemporary relative to the subway cars of the 70’s and 80’s which helped spark the explosion of graffiti. In a state of eminent relocation, they assemble a disjointed gallery of ceaseless unrest, a perfect canvas for any opportunistic writer. Pristine new clean white box trucks not only invite as they call it “the application of a medium” to their surface, but beg for it. In the streets delivery trucks fit best after being worn and weathered as a pair of old shoes with scuff marks and layers of historical remnants. In an attempt to keep their property looking new, many truck owners will opt to give a graffiti writer permission to assume control over these plots of valuable real estate in the urban landscape. The Truck Show SF is an homage to this modern Icon of Graffiti, displaying these moving masterpieces to the public through the filter of 1AM Gallery in San Francisco (opening Saturday, February 10th).

The Truck Show SF is seeking to be a leader in Bay Area street art gallery shows by dedicating all of the profits for the artists to the non-profit organization Visual Element, which is the public arts component of the EastSide Arts Alliance. Visual Element is a visual arts and graffiti mural training program for high school youth. Because it is the only intensive “Urban Graffiti Arts” program in East Oakland serving high school youth, Visual Element attracts young aspiring artists and graffiti writers, usually ages 15-20. The class facilitates the production of walls through their engagement with local property owners and the community. Students are trained as responsible artists and contribute their skills to not only walls but, political banners for a number of social justice causes. The participants of Visual Element learn a variety of visual arts skills including spray can techniques, “graffiti” writing, mural brush painting, computer experience, digital photography and graphic design. They learn these skills through actual project based work, building a portfolio of work as they undergo their training. As they get more and more proficient they then are able to “shop” their skills back to the neighborhood. This sustainable cycle and the public art projects Visual Element creates, sends the message that productive and self-sufficient youth can contribute positive change to their neighborhoods. Murals educate, motivate to action, and inspire more creations of beauty and for that the organizers of The Truck Show SF are excited for their partnership with Visual Element. They look

forward to seeing the passion for graffiti go full circle to help teach and empower as all too often graffiti is deemed to be something that only takes from society. In these times of ultimate corporate greed and complete abandonment of government support for the arts, the organizers of The Truck Show SF hope to show that the graffiti writer does it for the love and that alone is powerful enough to help fuel and positively influence the next generation. With a wide price range of pieces everyone interested will be able to support the cause and take home a piece of graffiti history.

SWAMPY – Special Delivery Art Show – Portland 2011

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

Swampy Graffiti Installation.

SWAMPY Sprayer – Oakland, CA

Friday, March 4th, 2011

Swampy Graffiti.

SWAMPY – Oakland, CA

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Swampy Graffiti Character in Oakland California.


Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

Swampy IT PTV, Miguel 640 Graffiti Oakland, California.

SWAMPY, DUAL Stickers – Olympia, Washington

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Swampy and Dual Graffiti Stickers - Olympia, WA.

Swampy “Stay Punk” – Oakland, CA

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Swampy Graffiti, Telos, Aim Tru - Oakland, California.


Monday, October 19th, 2009

Swampy aka Swampdonkey Sticker Graffiti Berkeley.