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  1. The Message Remains: Tracing Inspirations of Bird City with Martín Moreno & Joseph “Sentrock” Perez
    Posted on 09-Aug-13. Filed in Art. Comments (0)
    It’s less than a week to go before Willo North Gallery opens its doors for its next show as Joseph “Sentrock” Perez and Martín Moreno sit side by side. Their art rests on the ground, canvasses lining the walls, waiting to be hung for the month long exhibit. Luis Gutierrez, the third artist in the […]
  2. “From Struggle Comes Strength”, Sentrock’s Latest Mural in Chicago
    Posted on 05-Jun-13. Filed in Art, Mural. Comments (0)
    Photos by Drew Baker Joseph “Sentrock” Perez is a Phoenix-born artist who is currently attending Columbia University in Chicago. You can view previous work from him on the site here.
  3. Sentrock’s “Death, Where is Your Sting” Mural, Chicago
    Posted on 09-Dec-12. Filed in Art, Graffiti, Mural. Comments (0)
    Photos by Drew Baker “Death Where is Your String” (2012) in Chicago by Joseph Sentrock Perez
  4. “Label’s Perpetuated”, and Other New Work from Sentrock in Chicago
    Posted on 05-Nov-12. Filed in Art, Mural, Street Art. Comments (1)
    Photos by Billy Craven   Phoenix-born artist Joseph Sentrock Perez headed East to Chicago a few months back to attend Columbia College Chicago. Above are photos of work he has done since relocating. We’re fond of keeping tabs on Phoenix artists as they move around the country to showcase what skills Phoenicians carry with them […]
  5. Sentrock’s “A Fools Crown”, Steady Grindin’ Award Ceremony, July 31st
    Posted on 20-Jul-12. Filed in Art, Events. Comments (1)
    Before he moves to Chicago, Joseph “Sentrock” Perez has organized one last farewell to the city with his Steady Grindin’ Award Ceremony, which honors one artist from a pool of six, nominated for Progressiveness, Originality, Work Ethic and Community involvement. The ceremony will take place at Lost Leaf on July 31. Voting can only be […]
  6. Sentrock’s Good Bye Bird City ~ New City Studio, First Friday
    Posted on 09-Jul-12. Filed in Art, Events, Graffiti. Comments (0)
    Photos by Niba Photos by Mr Phx Joseph “Sentrock” Perez celebrated his last showing in Phoenix this past First Friday at New City Studio with new work before he moves for school. We’re sad to see him go, but wish him luck in bringing a little bit of Bird City to Chicago.
  7. Sentrock ~ 31st Ave & McDowell, Alley Tour
    Posted on 28-Nov-11. Filed in Alley Tour/Street Tour, Graffiti, Mural. Comments (0)
    Joseph Sentrock Perez Don’t forget to check Alley Tour Part One and Part Two at 31st Ave & McDowell
  8. Joseph Perez on Phoenix Public Market
    Posted on 12-Nov-11. Filed in Art, Mural. Comments (2)
    Farmers Market Time-lapse from MrPhoenix602 on Vimeo. A new mural by Joseph Sentrock Perez on the side of the Phoenix Public Market Located on Central Avenue between Fillmore & MicKinley St.
  9. Sentrock’s Unity & Knowledge ~ Central
    Posted on 21-Feb-11. Filed in Art, Mural. Comments (0)
    Joseph “Sentock” Perez “Do I not destroy my enemies when I make them my friends?” Abraham Lincoln
  10. A Sleepy Mural Town Wakes Up, Berlin-Based Duo “JBAK” Paints Arizona’s Largest
    Posted on 22-Apr-13. Filed in Art, Mural. Comments (1)
    The wind blew violently for the second day in a row as Karl Addison finished painting his final layer. James Bullough, the other half of the Berlin-based duo “JBAK”, stood nearby and calculated the next move. After sun set, the building would be illuminated by a high resolution projector, at which point Bullough would begin […]