save the koala painting by daniel fila
Urban contemporary painting on wood by Daniel Fila
Painting on wood by Daniel Fila

Paintings on wood

Category: Paintings Medium: Acrylic, graphite, dye, stain, oil, aerosol on wood Size: 48" x 48"

This is a very dense and detailed illustration that took around a month to create. It is about the journey, growth, and how everything in life ties together. People say, "pictures don't do justice" all of the time, but this is definitely the case here. The original is in a private collection, and no longer available for exhibition. There are many layers on top of layers, and each medium used had it's own finish. Limited edition prints of this piece are available here.

"Krizzle" and "Blender" are all continuations of the body of work which really began with "Dichotomy".  I've been slowly expanding on this over the years. There is a major emphasis on the flow, and motion of the rendering rather than any single subject. The technique provides a way to incorporate a multitude of imagery in a cohesive way.  - See more at:



Miami New Times - "Paint the Walls" (Cover Story)

Benjy Caplan of the Miami New Times interviewed artists, who have transformed urban blight into a sprawling outdoor gallery in the Wynwood area of downtown Miami.  Krave, under the sub-title "Bible reader" is featured prominently in this story, articulating his roots in the community, his friendships and alliances, his passion for street art and its incorporation read more