If you were at the SHAKE event in Norfolk at the NORVA and just so happened to make your way to the second floor you may have noticed a puzzle on the table. If you didn’t participate in piecing it together or at least stick around to see the end result then here’s the picture (see above). The “Es N’ Dubz” puzzle consisted over 207 pieces and spanned a little over four feet in width. My homie Cam (a member of the SHAKE team and accomplished music artist and producer) gave me the opportunity to be apart of their event. He told me they wanted to create a unique experience for all the socialites and party goers that consisted of more than just drinking and dancing. That sounded like my kind of party. After being thrilled with the way the Kwahp Puzzle came out I decided it’d be dope to have a large painted puzzle for people to piece together at the event. I think this would allow people to meet other people, interact with my art, and create a cool memory. Turns out all that came to be true as I noticed people make their way over to the table . Some stayed there until the end to complete it. Zeke eventually revealed to them that I was the artist and they expressed how much fun it was for them to place it together. It’s rare seeing things happen as I envisioned and this aspect of the evening did.