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June 17, 2015

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  1. June 10, 2015

    For our Issue #010 of the Sheik ‘N’ Beik Floatcast, its time to put the spotlight on our own. This time is FoNG’s turn.

    May 5, 2015

    BLESS THIS MESS is the first annual dance party organized in support of the VHL Alliance, a 501(c) non-profit organization dedicated to research, education, and support to help raise awareness and improve diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life for those affected by VHL and cancer.

    NOTE: 100% of ticket cost (excluding processing fees) is tax – deductible.

    Imagine you had cancer. Again. And again. And again. This is what it is like living with VHL.


    Get your tickets here 

  2. April 2, 2015

    This Friday from 5-6PM Est. Julio will be debuting his live set from Ultra Buenos Aires in IBIZA GLOBAL RADIO 

    March 30, 2015

    Sheik ‘N’ Beik met Vincent seven years ago and immediately recognized his unique

    artistic talents in what some could call “unconventional” art. Vincent is tattooed nearly head to

    toe, and seems like the kind of person you would be intimidated by. But after speaking to him,

    getting to know him, the passions and ambitions he had and still has, portrayed a man that had

    suffered quite a bit from his childhood, and was still learning how to heal his wounds.

    All of Vincent’s paintings are done using blood. His own blood. The blood is collected

    intravenously into Vacutatiner tubes which are then refrigerated, and used one by one as needed

    throughout the paintings’ progress. Because of this tedious process, only one project can be

    worked on at a time, working up to 12 hours a day, 3 to 5 days a week. His process has only been

    interrupted due to illness, extenuating family circumstances, or other obligations. The shading of

    his paintings is done by having tubes of different consistencies of diluted blood, giving each

    artwork an intricate three-dimensional perspective.

    Vincent’s body of work is unlike any other artist’s. The process he uses is extremely time

    consuming, and because of this, it has taken him seven full years to make about fifteen

    beautifully detailed pieces. Due to the amounts of blood he takes from his body, there is always a

    certain amount of recovery time before he can collect more blood, extending the time it takes to

    finish or start a new painting. Therefore, Vincent can create up to three paintings a year, making

    each and every single piece of his, extremely unique.

    By using his own blood to create his work, he is siphoning the life force which contains

    his own psychic energy, while giving it an outlet and form. In doing so, he is essentially

    dissolving the barrier between artist and art in a most literal and immediate sense. He has

    become his work, and as a result, it has guided him.

    This is why Vincent’s exhibit launch is going to be an astonishing event that will leave an

    imprint on the art world. Sheik ‘N’ Beik is ready to share Vincent with the world and expose his

    talents to everyone. The opening of his exhibit is April 16th from 6 pm till 9 pm, and will run

    until April 30th, located at the Dorian Grey Gallery in New York City. Also be sure to come see

    his live performance at Up & Down on April 17th from 11 pm till 4 am, celebrating his gallery



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