Friends and remixes! Triptych painting and limited edition 1-liter bottle design created for Wat-aah!'s #TBTSH2O traveling national exhibition, created to promote the Partnership for a Healthier America’s ‘Drink Up’ initiative. The DC exhibition opens Wed April 23 at Long View Gallery Drink Up You Are What You Drink #drinkH2O #drinkup === > wata wata wata!

Cita Sadeli ‘Chelove’
“Waterborne”
12 x 6’ acrylic on canvas

Latest mural wrapped, gifted to the people of Petworth, DC. Thanks to everyone that made it happen!

Stop by and check it out in person - upper Northwest DC on the west side of Georgia Avenue, across from the YES Organic market (http://bit.ly/1b5wv2d). Pick up some bee pollen and alkalizing chlorophyll while you’re there :)

'Every Day I See Something New' mural cameos in the Lyriciss video “Get it & go”

chelove @ work

chelove @ work

Just wrapped:

'Topical Fr00ts, the Sports Edition. Series 01'
42.5” x 10.125” Longboards painted with Golden acrylics, gold leaf
(click images for full size) 

Shown at the Fridge Gallery in Washington DC summer 2013 as part of the Skate Your Fate exhibition.

Branding, illustration, and animation for the debut year of the Trillectro Music Festival 2012.  Trillectro is a summer music festival focusing on merging EDM and modern hip hop genres, taking place in Washington, DC annually.  Brought to you by the good folks at DCtoBC.

little sketch about urban warriors, Noh, movement and bikes. whee! click here for full illustration. 

little sketch about urban warriors, Noh, movement and bikes. whee! click here for full illustration. 

Artist: Cita Sadeli ‘Chelove’Mural title: ‘Every Day I See Something New’ Date produced: October 2011Size, materials: 30′ x 40′, latex roll and enamel spray paints on concreteLocation: Corner of Kalorama Road & Champlain Street NW, Adams Morgan, Washington DC

Project Facilitation/Background: This mural was created through the Murals DC program in its 2011 season.  Murals DC is a partnership between the District’s Department of Public Works, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and Words Beats & Life Inc.  The program was initiated in 2007 by Ward 1 Councilmember Jim Graham.

Photographer: Arijit DasProducer: Cory L. StowersAssistants: Matas Yongvongphaiboon, Ernesto Zelaya, and Jason Philp

Project Description: This 3-story exterior mural was designed with the children of the Marie Reed Center in mind.  Their playground lies directly across the street from the site, .  The piece is a visual game composed of a selection of DC’s (not so) hidden treasures of nature, music, fashion and the city’s many cultural flavor centers. Test your knowledge - how many items you can identify? 

Shout outs: Mr. Chuck Brown, Human Rights aka HR, the Bad Brains, Ibu EnnyInfinite, the dancers & drummers of Malcolm X Park, Sam ‘The Man’ Burns, Stylus Chris and the whole 12” Dance Records Family, WPFW, Dave Nada and the Moombahton Massive Crew, DC’s Skate Or Die youth, our beautiful Ethiopian & El Salvadorean massives, Emmanuelle Khanh, Julia’s Empanadas, DC’s thriving feral cat colonies, the acrobatic rodents of Champorama Park, the Wu-Tang Clan, and Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

Click here for location: http://g.co/maps/fnvze

Artist: Cita Sadeli ‘Chelove’
Mural title: ‘Every Day I See Something New’ 
Date produced: October 2011
Size, materials: 30′ x 40′, latex roll and enamel spray paints on concrete
Location: Corner of Kalorama Road & Champlain Street NW, Adams Morgan, Washington DC

Project Facilitation/Background: This mural was created through the Murals DC program in its 2011 season.  Murals DC is a partnership between the District’s Department of Public Works, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and Words Beats & Life Inc.  The program was initiated in 2007 by Ward 1 Councilmember Jim Graham.

Photographer: Arijit Das
Producer: Cory L. Stowers
Assistants: Matas Yongvongphaiboon, Ernesto Zelaya, and Jason Philp

Project Description: This 3-story exterior mural was designed with the children of the Marie Reed Center in mind.  Their playground lies directly across the street from the site, .  The piece is a visual game composed of a selection of DC’s (not so) hidden treasures of nature, music, fashion and the city’s many cultural flavor centers. Test your knowledge - how many items you can identify? 

Shout outs: Mr. Chuck Brown, Human Rights aka HR, the Bad Brains, Ibu EnnyInfinite, the dancers & drummers of Malcolm X Park, Sam ‘The Man’ Burns, Stylus Chris and the whole 12” Dance Records Family, WPFW, Dave Nada and the Moombahton Massive Crew, DC’s Skate Or Die youth, our beautiful Ethiopian & El Salvadorean massives, Emmanuelle Khanh, Julia’s Empanadas, DC’s thriving feral cat colonies, the acrobatic rodents of Champorama Park, the Wu-Tang Clan, and Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

Click here for location: http://g.co/maps/fnvze

new illustration: banjigyal<3

new illustration: banjigyal<3

Flier for Everybody Loves Music/Chris Burns' jawn Hometown Heroes. DC bodymusic inside a west indian cultural center warehouse, pure dancer's jam. Come get a taste, bring your handtowels &amp; babypowder

Flier for Everybody Loves Music/Chris Burns' jawn Hometown Heroes. DC bodymusic inside a west indian cultural center warehouse, pure dancer's jam. Come get a taste, bring your handtowels & babypowder

new illustration: tokyo rocker wip

new illustration: tokyo rocker wip

little version of my boy Emeric &lt;3

little version of my boy Emeric <3

Words Beats & Life, Journal: The Sex Issue
Digital Illustration, 2010

Cover & editorial illustration for Words Beats & Life Inc’s Global Journal of Hip-Hop Culture “The Sex Issue” Vol.4 2010,

This edition of the Journal explores the influence of gender and sexuality in hip-hop culture.