Some morning light in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The road goes on forever and the party never ends.
More Cuba images coming over soon. Here are a couple sneak peaks.
Don't forget to look up on your next adventure.
Get out an enjoy the fall colors. Here is a quick shot with our friend Margo.
Enjoy a few photos from one of our favorite European destinations. Prague is breath taking, full of history and a very easy, walkable city.
Nothing beats a small town fair. Of course the food is the best. It's a combination of excitement, color and lights. It's seeing a ferris wheel in a parking lot once a year that brings you back to that time. Find one close by and make sure to order me some garlic fries.
Nothing beats looking out over the ocean. Anyplace, anywhere
Went on an incredible mission to pick up a few of these. New build project coming up soon.
The homie Will rocking the new The Road Is Life Colab shirts with artists They Drift. Click onto the store to purchase.
"It was one of those weird scenes"
The Road Is Life wants to take a moment to honor the fallen hero Ignacio Echeverria. Ignacio is a skateboarder from Spain who gave his life to help others in the recent London terror attack. Ignacio was riding by on his bicycle with skateboard on his back. He saw the men attacking a women, Ignacio got of his bike and began to use his skateboard to protect the her. He was stabbed and ended up a victim of the attack. Skateboarding is a worldwide community and it's not taken lightly when tragedy strikes. As a traveling skateboarder you can go to any city in the world and immediately connect with others, leaving with new friends. Many have paid respects to Ignacio. His homeland of Spain bestowed upon him it's highest civil merit award - the Grand Cross of the Order of Civil Merit. Rest easy and thank you.
What is “They Drift” and how did it come about?
They Drift is a summary of what we are. 2 creative minds, far from home, roaming aimlessly painting anything and creating a home through our artworks.
You do so many things what is your favorite medium to work in and does it change often.
Aerosol. It's been a tool we have constantly used since our youth, and allows us to work in wide range of scale and surfaces.
How has travel played into your artwork?
We are constantly inspired by our travels. You may be able to notice in our artwork when we are influenced by different places. Even the slightest pattern or color palette change can capture us and be reflected in our work.
What are some of your favorite places you have been able to visit through your artwork?
Mediterranean coast was an amazing experience. A ton of historical artworks, and a lot of places to be painted.
What are the benefits to traveling for an artist?
Meeting other great artists. By painting murals in various cities, it's as if we've left a giant postcard in our favorite places.
What would you say to up and coming artists trying to make their mark on the world?
Follow your passion.
If you could go to any place right now to paint, where would it be and why?
Provide the opportunity. You name the place. We will paint it.
Recently we discovered a link to some of the Nasa Images from space. Upon investigation there was a trove of images that are open to the public and available to view or download on their website.
Typing in Earth in the search bar brought up 25,374 images. When are we going to be able to get out there and start taking photos like these. Here are a couple we pulled out to share. If your into space or images you will never be able to capture go to the Nasa Image Site. It's difficult to believe these are real and not a scene from Star Wars. Space is the next frontier.
Mars with it's moons
Jupiter's Red Spot
The surface of Mars, taken by a surface rover