Darkcloud’s symbolism elicits a vaguely ominous feeling. His work, like his alias, is intense and powerful. Thickly painted, oozing and unnatural, his clouds hover over doorways, on advertisements, and challenge protocol on street signs that once demanded: yield, stop, and obey.

Selected Press

  1. Melena Ryzik, Graffiti Season, The New York Times, Weekend Arts, May 2, 2008, p. 34.
  2. Randy Kennedy, Last Hurrah for Street Art as Canvas Goes Condo, The New York Times, Art and Design, December 14, 2006, p. , illus.
  3. Hrag Vartanian, Open Air, The Brooklyn Rail, July-August, 2006, illus.
  4. Camille Dodero, Writing on the Wall from Politically Charged Commentary to Aesthetic Explorations; Street Artists are Making Their Mark, The Boston Phoenix, July 16- 22, 2006, p. illus.
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