Artist Joe Cool Talks About His Battles with Drug Addiction, Getting Sober and Giving Back Through His Art (VIDEO).

The man who created the album cover for Doggystyle (and who happens to be Snoop Dogg and Daz Dillinger’s cousin) recently joined forces with the Save Art organization and donated a custom painting to the the non-profit Safe Refuge rehabilitation center in the artist’s hometown of Long Beach. Joe, who has been clean and sober since 2003, hopes his art can inspire others going through addiction, to follow in his footsteps.


Directed by Jacob Hanna & Michael Carvajal. Music by Decap


Limited edition Joe Cool x Save Art t-shirts available at www.SaveArt.com

Now available for presale // For an upcoming project we teamed up with iconic artist Joe Cool of Tha Dogg Pound family to produce a limited run of “Save Art” shirts. Shirts come in three colors Cream, Crimson, and Cool Blue. EACH COLOR IS LIMITED TO 30 SHIRTS. Secure your shirt now @ www.SaveArt.com // Shirts will be shipped September 7th. Full project coming soon.

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(Hallelujah holla back to John Brown who is involved with Save Art)

Originally from egotripland.com: Artist Joe Cool Talks About His Battles with Drug Addiction, Getting Sober and Giving Back Through His Art (VIDEO).