The Douglas Miles X Mark Bahti Mural
In Santa Fe NM
A Prayer For The OG
Dear God please
protect the o,g.’s
through a lot,
seen a lot,
done a lot,
helped a lot,
been fought hard
won some, lost some
can’t stop won’t stop.
You Used To Call Me On My Res Phone
Apache Artist Douglas Miles talks about his art and gives advice to young artists. Special thanks to Neoglyphix: The Original All Indigenous Live Aerosol Art Exhibition. Directed by Maxie Ruan , all rights reserved Apache Skateboards Ltd.
The Apache Taxi Driver
Directed by Douglas Miles
W Kris Chee as Apache Travis Bickle
Douglas Miles at Neoglyphix 2015: Arizona State Museum, Tucson AZ
A first of its kind ground breaking show, Neoglyphix: The original all indigenous aerosol art exhibition was held on Oct. 24th. 20 artists from various tribal backgrounds came to paint. These are the photos from the piece I did and some process shots as well as visitors.
A short video is also forthcoming detailing my work here. I was honored to have been invited for the second year in a row.
Thank You all for following Douglas Miles & Apache Skateboards. I’ve neglected to update this site as much I want to. You can follow also via IG : @dmiles1_apache @instapache1 @whattribeproject and also Twitter @apachesk8boards @douglasmilesart @WhatTRIBE . It’s so easy to use the other social media platforms that I forget my own website but thanks for your patience.
I’m still making art, the Apache Team is still skating and we still have a lot of work ahead of us. Please stay tuned.
This photo is from “Neoglyphix” at Arizona State Museum. A short video is next.
Apache Crown Dancer by Douglas Miles
Today I placed this rare item on EBAY
This was done for a Native American Art Festival in 1996. I was selected as the poster artist. Very rare and in mint condition and available now if you find it.
I designed this graphic for my skate crew while listening to Bootsy Collins, then this happened. One Nation Under A Groove. Thank You Bootsy.