Lacrosse Genius was the Canvas for Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis

Lacrosse Genius was the Canvas for Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis


In 2009, we interviewed acclaimed artist Tommy Johnson. He is best known in our (lacrosse) realm as The Lax Artist. Having grown up in Baltimore, Maryland, Tommy Johnson uses his childhood influences and experiences from playing lacrosse at Calvert Hall and Loyola University (formerly Loyola College) to create masterpieces. Read More…

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US Military Wheelchair Lacrosse Program Selects A Logo

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Last month I was contacted by a fellow Laxer, SGT Christopher Lowe, who was severely wounded while fighting in Afghanistan, Chris needed a logo for his organization and he didn’t have to say any more. I was on board. I will let SGT Lowe tell his story. Read More…

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LAX Wall Ball



We have all played Wall Ball before, but I doubt many of you have at an airport. Clay Valenti and Tommy Johnson do just that at L A X Airport of all places. How fitting. This spot features Tommy Johnson showing off his wall ball skills at LAX airport. The spot was produced and directed by Clay Valenti. Both Tommy and Clay played college ball back in the day. View video and interview after the jump.

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Lax Artist: Tommy Johnson



Having grown up in Baltimore, Maryland Tommy Johnson is using his childhood influences and experiences from playing lacrosse at Calvert Hall and Loyola College to create masterpieces. Tommy Johnson may have been a defensive specialist known for delivering bone crushing hits on the field, but ironically it’s his subdued side that enthralls his life these days in Pacific Palisades, California. Not only is Tommy a remarkable painter, but he is also creatively involved with an upcoming movie, Warrior. Warrior is a movie that revolves around lacrosse which is set to release in the spring of 2010 featuring Twilight star Kellan Lutz.


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