Artist activist and organizer based in Washington DC creating work through the
visual language of Graffiti,
Streetart, and Design.
Inspired by the history of hip
hop culture, the aesthetic is also influenced by pop culture, social justice and political philosophy.
"Graffiti and street art have the innate ability to reclaim space overcrowded by eyesores of capitalism and advertising,
be a powerful tool that can elevate the creative language of resistance and
social movements, and serve as one
of the remaining avenues of expression and culture in local communities
that are facing rapid gentrification."
Monolith co-created and curated the Bern The System DC art show, Co-founded
the 411 Collective, Co-organized and facilitated the DC2StandingRock group mural tour, the Deport Trump postcard mural at DisruptJ20, the DC Rises year of resistance Art Show, and helped develop the DCPL 1968 Poor People's Campaign poster workshop and mural project. Recent streetart
illustrating gentrification in the city
is featured in the landmark
documentary film What
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