Jules Muck started doing graffiti in Europe and great Britain twenty years ago. Muck began bombing in New York in the late 90s. She was discovered on a Bronx rooftop by Sandra Fabara “Lady Pink”, Muck apprenticed under her for the next 4 years. Muck has shown at Tokyo Big Site, the Bronx Museum of Art, the Weisman Museum in Minneapolis, Phantom Gallery in St. Louis and the Fuse Gallery in New York. She has been published in Ganz's Graffiti Women, Cey Adam's Definitions and both of the Murrays books Burning New York and Broken Windows. In LA Jules Muck has shown at The Pacific Design Center, Lab Art Gallery, Center for the Arts Eagle Rock and Rivera Gallery in Hollywood.
Her murals are prominent all over the Los Angeles area, especially in Venice Beach where she lives and has her studio. Her works include a mural on Gelina restaurant featured in Food & Wine magazine and the Main St & Horizon Ave mural that received a large amount of press including a spotlight on Access Hollywood and an article in Newsweek's The Daily Beast. Muck's celebrity clientele include socialite Petra Ecclestone, musician Everlast (House of Pain), actress Lindsay Lohan, ‘Stone-Cold’ Steve Austin, and LACMA artist Robert Standish.