St. John Jubilee visitors got a different view of the stars, beside the one from the top of the Ferris wheel at a booth with a pile of graffiti style cosmic art.

St. John Jubilee visitors got a different view of the stars, beside the one from the top of the Ferris wheel at a booth with a pile of graffiti style cosmic art.

Daniel Newingham’s cosmic drawings are created by mixing layers of different color spray paint, some splatters and a few crumbled up pages from a magazine for texture.

“I saw it online and thought I could probably do that,” Newingham said.

Newingham, originally form St. John now residing in Ashland, had only been doing the art for a few weeks before setting up his display at St. John’s Jubilee.

“After he saw it, I went and bought him a three cans of cheap paint,” his wife said. “After he busted out a few, I went and spent $60 or $70 on paint.”

Newingham sells his creations starting at $5 for a standard 11x14 print. He can be contacted through Facebook.