Growing up skateboarding around Birmingham, Moses was introduced to street art first hand, and at a young age. Entranced by the thought of making art for the public, he began living much of his life behind a creative window, hoping to be able to give art back just as he'd seen others do. He's helped international artists do large scale murals in Richmond, Virginia for the past two years, in an event called the Richmond Mural Project. Moses finds surreal ways to capture his subjects while using a variety of mediums such as spray paint, acrylic paint, charcoal, and ink. When he was younger, Moses dreamt of starting a mural collective in Birmingham to help bring art to the people and inspires the lives of others–Blank Space could not be happier to have this guy as a part of our crew.