Camer-Fasm No Grey Area

This mural is titled NO GREY AREA. The footage of this mural will be sent for edit and use at the Red Light District art show(https://www.facebook.com/events/542888515765733/) on Oct. 5, 2013 put on by the Handle with Care Project in Dallas Texas. The photos will be used in a coffee table book that is in the works for Graffiti Against Slavery (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Graffiti-Against-Slavery/135202293219405)

V for vendetta graffiti

“Jesus” by Said1

I was pretty bummed that I couldn’t make it to the Netherlands for AuGGust’13, so Hawaii it is. Aloha!

NEW auGGust 2013 shirt helps fund the Mural Mission Trip


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auGGust 2013 Tshirt

Every year Gospel Graffiti crew plans and embarks on a journey to a major city where we use our talents to share God’s hope for humanity. We call this mural mission our auGGust event and this year we will be painting in Holland with our local crewmates there. The whole crew teamed up to design this shirt to help fund the travel and paint for the trip. Each artist has created the word “gospel” in their own style to fit around our GG logo. Order yours now and help support the Gospel Graffiti auGGust mural mission!

Letting go

Spokkenword by Camer1

Life is full of things that demand our attention. Sometimes we need to let go of some of these things in order to move forward. What do you need to give up? This music video was created as part of the “Moving Forward” message series at Cornerstone Church of San Francisco, 2013. The song was written by our Youth Pastor, Cameron Moberg.

“Humble” by Said ft. Kat

Lately, God has been reminding me of the importance of being humble, to “value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others” (Philippians 2:3-4 NIV).  Aloha!

Bams on paper

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Jungle boogie

 

The Truth will set you free!

Second Harvest Food Bank by Fasm

This building really needed a splash of color. It’s in an industrial area so it really felt good to pretty it up. What a great organization to paint it on as well. I’m so thankful they(and the volunteers) are providing food to our community.