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the morning after…
Most times when I think of the phrase “the morning after…” I just think about Andre 3000 and I hear that little voice on the Love Below track screaming “ICE COOOLD!” Corey Davis, founder of Greedmont Park, thought otherwise and collaborated with a local Atlanta writer named Julian Caesar to produce The Morning After. Every story is centered around the idea of the morning after from Caesar’s perspective. Corey called me up to use illustrations of work I was doing at the time. Once the final product came together, I couldn’t be more excited about what Corey produced.
I just wanted to share it here so y’all can see it, too. The Morning After by Julian Caesar dropped Summer 2012 andwas produced by Greedmont Park and illustrated by Corey Davis and kingCARLA.
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brandon sadler: foundations + processes
Sadler is another really great friend of mine. I love him like a favorite cousin that you grow up with. I don’t know how to explain that feeling but whatever. My soul lights up when I get that chance to hang out with him which explains a lot about his character to me. He’s another guerilla artist out of Atlanta who does his best to control his artistic path and where it leads him. Most folk in Atlanta have recognized his as someone that has gone from tagger to artist. To me, he was the artist the entire time. Here’s a video he recently dropped highlighting his foundations and process:
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windows to nowhere: miya bailey x corey davis
I’ve moved from Atlanta and missed a fantastic exhibition at Nelson St. Gallery titled Windows to Nowhere by Miya Bailey and Corey Davis. Both have been in front of my lens and as a result I’ve been their body canvas. Since 2006, we’ve exchanged numerous conversations over sticky greens about art, life and #RNS. This mini-documentary takes a deeper look into both of their artistic processes as they embark on one of their biggest exhibitions together.
Love y’all and I totally miss living down the street from Corey.