A few weeks ago, I posted information about we are all DOOMED, an upcoming MF Doom art show that will be taking place at the Blind Whino. As I perused the list of artists, I happened to come across a name I was familiar with, Andrew Katz. Andrew is a watercolor artist, educator, and graphic designer who lives and works on Maryland's Eastern Shore. I met him at the annual DC Loves Dilla Benefit Concert back in July, as we were sipping a couple beers waiting for the show to start. The interesting thing is as much as the two of us are surrounded by art, the conversation we had barely grazed that subject until the end when I just so happened to notice the portfolio he carries on all his little adventures. It serves as a sort of conversation piece that he does not unveil until asked. On this particular day, it contained watercolor renderings of Mos Def and J-Dilla. As you take a closer look at his work, the detailing and precision in his work leave you speechless. Unbeknownst to me that day, he is somewhat of a regular at Howard Theatre. For some years now, Andrew has used his talents to pay homage to the artists and athletes he admires and engage with them socially. It has enabled him to gain relationships with a few of these artists personally even at times engaging in business like becoming the curator for the Public Enemy website and joining the legion of artists that make up mADurgency, a for-hire hip-hop ad agency created by Chuck D himself. This weekend, join me in attending the we are all DOOMed show and engaging with other artists such as Andrew as they showcase their work at the Blind Whino.