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 This wall mural is dedicated to DJ Romanthony whom I met in Miami during Winter Music Conference in 2001. Roman invited me to New York for my first job as a creative consultant/art director to launch his website. He was an underground house DJ who inspired Daft Punk's early work and when we met he had just released his biggest song with them, "One More Time," from the Discovery album. I recently learned that Anthony passed away and have thought a lot about what our friendship and his support meant to me as a young artist. This wall is located on Houston Street in downtown Manhattan, directly across  from where he picked me up during our first meeting in the city. I still remember him swerving to avoid potholes in his black Ford Explorer!
       
     
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 This wall mural is dedicated to DJ Romanthony whom I met in Miami during Winter Music Conference in 2001. Roman invited me to New York for my first job as a creative consultant/art director to launch his website. He was an underground house DJ who inspired Daft Punk's early work and when we met he had just released his biggest song with them, "One More Time," from the Discovery album. I recently learned that Anthony passed away and have thought a lot about what our friendship and his support meant to me as a young artist. This wall is located on Houston Street in downtown Manhattan, directly across  from where he picked me up during our first meeting in the city. I still remember him swerving to avoid potholes in his black Ford Explorer!
       
     

This wall mural is dedicated to DJ Romanthony whom I met in Miami during Winter Music Conference in 2001. Roman invited me to New York for my first job as a creative consultant/art director to launch his website. He was an underground house DJ who inspired Daft Punk's early work and when we met he had just released his biggest song with them, "One More Time," from the Discovery album. I recently learned that Anthony passed away and have thought a lot about what our friendship and his support meant to me as a young artist. This wall is located on Houston Street in downtown Manhattan, directly across  from where he picked me up during our first meeting in the city. I still remember him swerving to avoid potholes in his black Ford Explorer!