Asad ULTRA Walker has been an innovator in Washington DC’s hip hop and graffiti art movements for over 25 years. He founded DC’s first and longest-running graffiti crew in 1983 and was the DC chapter leader of Zulu Nation throughout the 90’s. Asad is featured in the books “Free Agents: A History of Washington, D.C. Graffiti”, “The History Of American Graffiti” and the documentary “The Legend of Cool “DISCO” Dan”. He has spoken about graffiti outreach to the DC City Council and painted at an exhibition of new figurative artists at the Smithsonian. Asad continues creating an impressive body of work and curating in galleries and public spaces, locally and nationally.