Pablo Power was born in a log cabin in rural Maryland, but spent his formative years in the seamy, creative crucible of Miami of the 1980′s and 90′s. As a teenager, his earliest works experimented with myriad and disparate offerings to the street. Exploring a range between public subversion by flyer feint, to permanent collaborative commission for Miami Dade Transit, Pablo eventually settled on what would be his focus and obsession for years to come: spontaneous bombardment of all accessible space, stationary and mobile, with his visual mantra. In 1995, Pablo began his continuing collaboration with Miami collective The Inkheads. After years of carrying a camera to document the collective’s work in the street, its frame began to widen, no longer capturing only the painting on the wall, but the whole building, the adjacent street and train track, and finally the bizarre characters that populate them. Over time, the painting became incidental to the photo, fading into the background, then eventually disappearing completely. Pablo’s most recent work is a culmination of the extensive archive amassed of this population, and a return to the illustrated texts portrayed in his earlier works, which evoke some of the thematic thoughts that have provided impetus to his art from the beginning.