Ranging from life-sized multi-colored cows adorned with Butterflies, to an actual Cop Car cut in half lengthwise, Risk's sculptures are important artistic and political statements. His "Face Your Fears" sculptures come from a discussion with famed California Artist, Ed Moses. Moses challenged Risk to incorporate things he was afraid of in his work. As a surfer, he decided to do a series of shark sculptures from reclaimed items. His first sculpture however was a real LAPD Police Cruiser intricately cut in half lengthwise.
Risk explained that "If you are a graffiti artist, the real predators are the police."
"Face Your Fears" Cop Car
"Face Your Fears" 10 Foot Shark
"Face Your Fears" 7 Foot Shark
"Welcome To LA"
"Face Your Fears" License Plate Shark
Bob's Big Boy
"Wind In My Sails"