PSAA Journals: Featured Artist – NOTSIK

B&B 2022 Portland Street Art Alliance Journals

B&B Print Source is proud to partner with Portland Street Art Alliance to bring you four exclusive journals with two unique covers featuring works by Northwest outdoor artists. Half of the notebook has lined sheets to inspire writing, and the other half of the pages are blank for sketching and doodling. 

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PSAA worked with five artists to bring new murals to complete a large-scale installation painted on the All Service Moving building at 66 S.E. Morrison St., under the Belmont Viaduct, expanding the Central Eastside Mural District. This project was completed with major support from the Central Eastside Together Community Grant Program.  

This month’s featured artist Notsik is a Portland street artist known for her surreal cartoony characters, clean lines, and symbolic images. Here’s how she describes her All Service Moving piece, Vicous Cycles:

“This piece represents all the chaos and evil in this world, and how we are all just some rabbits trying to run, hide, and survive it all. There are far too many wolves out there who are dying for the chance to eat your heart out.”

Notsik was joined in the installation by fellow Portland artists Naomi Likayi, Hayden Senter, Pono, and Habiba Abdul Rahim. For more on the collaboration behind this mural and the support that brought it to life, read the story on PSAA’s website.

PSAA Journals Notsikk



Vicious Cycles

All Service Moving Mural

66 S.E. Morrison St.

Portland, OR, 97214


B&B Print Source in Partnership with PSAA

We created the notebook series to help share the inspirational works and stories of PSAA artists. And we hope to encourage and inspire anyone who receives these notebooks to bring forth their creative visions.

Please use the books for simple note-taking, elaborate sketching, or both. If you create something you’d like to share, post it to our Instagram or Facebook. We’d love to see it. Need some inspiration? Check out some of the fun drawings that we’ve already received on social.


About Portland Street Art Alliance

Portland Street Art Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides access to resources, networking platforms, and professional development opportunities for Pacific Northwest street artists. Founded in 2012, PSAA has managed over 100 private and publicly-funded street art projects around town. The team collaborates with hundreds of artists in the region. PSAA’s mission is to actively transform the public art landscape by developing more inclusive place-based programs and increasing access to art for everyone in the city. | | @portlandstreetartalliance


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