kid hazo (pronounced has•ohh) is a Philadelphia based street artist out to catch a few smirks and smiles by creating pieces that parody the heart of Philly culture and venues around the city. His lighthearted props and sculptures are interjected into the urban environment in attempts to brighten up someone’s day and add a layer of comic relief on the streets. kid hazo’s initial street sign project was inspired by the likes of Leon Reid IV, TrustoCorp and Jay Shells. He continues to extend his work into other realms and mediums influenced by the global street art scene.
Last updated: Sep 14, 2016