OCTOBER 2018

The Dripped On The Road fall 2018 Program was another epic trip. The program brought along artists McMonster (Portland, OR) and Trasher (Mexico City, MX) on a month long residency journey. 

The program went to Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Columbus, Washington DC, and NYC. The residency ended with a great exhibition in the Lower East Side of New York City, showcasing all the work that was created on the road, including illustrations, paintings and installations. 

 

 

August 10th-13th

PITTSBURGH, PA

The Summer '17 Program started in rural Hamburg NJ for the Get Juiced! Festival and restaurant grand opening.

Hamburg is a quirky town full of rural legends such as the New Jersey Devil and home to the abandoned Gingerbread Castle. The Program's first mural was on a local carpet store across the street from where Felix The Cat was created. 

On the final day, the Get Juiced! Restaurant in Sussex NJ opened its doors to diners with a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the town's Mayor, mural painting and live music.

Owners Bobby & Steff hosted the program on the Get Juiced Farm where the team camped in a clearing between the organic produce and the woods.

 

TYGART STATE PARK, WV

August 14th-18th

Stop 2, was the amazing Tygart State Park in West Virginia. The crew camped here for a night while driving down to the Talking Walls Mural Festival in Charlotte. While exploring through the woods, they found abandoned pontoon boats and tractors and had a great photo shoot. 

The spiders were also abundant. 

CHARLOTTE, NC

August 18th-20th

Charlotte NC for the Talking Walls Festival!! 

This was one of the programs favorite stops. The crew camped out in the back of a notorious screen printing shop called Ink Floyd. The employees of Ink Floyd were some of the best people! They came out everyday with beers and food and treated the crew with amazing southern hospitality. 

Here, the crew split up and painted a separate wall each.

Denton Burrows painted Mackelburg Valve, Ramiro Davaro-Comas painted the famous drag bar Chasers. 

Trasher painted the outside wall of Ink Floyd, and Mc Monster painted an epic alley downtown. 

This was one of the best stops the crew has ever done!! Thank you to everyone who made this stop possible!!

August 20th-23rd

Boston, MA

Camping, camping, camping - this is what this trip is all about! 

The program likes to stop in different parks while traveling from city to city, and this stop was unbelievable. 

Denton rented a pontoon boat and brought everyone on a beautiful lake journey, stopping in different islands to explore and take photos. 

This was one of the most magical experiences, as the lake was crystal clear with no one else on it. 

Amazing. 

August 23rd-28th

Cincinnati, OH

Worcester MA was the Summer Program's final stop. The Program camped in Ramiro's childhood friends', Mal and Jeff's, beautiful backyard. Wooster is a special place for Ramiro as his family immigrated from Argentina to Wooster when he was a child. 

 

The Pow!Wow! Worcester Festival invited DOTR to paint a mural on the building where the Sold Mag x Pow! Wow! opening party was held, Electric Haze on Millbury street. During the opening party, Resident Artist Below key live-painted the bartender's camper-van.
 

As this was the program's final mural, Resident Artist Below-Key directed the mural concept. Over the three days the mural was painted, the local community rallied around the program, gifting them with alcohol, beer, pins, snacks and appreciaition. Thanks to "Papi" the unofficial mayor of Kelley Square, "Chill", "PinMan", "The Ghost of Jerry Garcia", "Tone" and the "Horse Carriage Guys". Worcester was full of epic characters. 

Pow!Wow! was a great festival and a special thanks to everyone that made this wall possible and to Che from Worcester.

August 23rd-28th

COLUMBUS, OH

Worcester MA was the Summer Program's final stop. The Program camped in Ramiro's childhood friends', Mal and Jeff's, beautiful backyard. Wooster is a special place for Ramiro as his family immigrated from Argentina to Wooster when he was a child. 

 

The Pow!Wow! Worcester Festival invited DOTR to paint a mural on the building where the Sold Mag x Pow! Wow! opening party was held, Electric Haze on Millbury street. During the opening party, Resident Artist Below key live-painted the bartender's camper-van.
 

As this was the program's final mural, Resident Artist Below-Key directed the mural concept. Over the three days the mural was painted, the local community rallied around the program, gifting them with alcohol, beer, pins, snacks and appreciaition. Thanks to "Papi" the unofficial mayor of Kelley Square, "Chill", "PinMan", "The Ghost of Jerry Garcia", "Tone" and the "Horse Carriage Guys". Worcester was full of epic characters. 

Pow!Wow! was a great festival and a special thanks to everyone that made this wall possible and to Che from Worcester.

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