Skrapper has become notorious for its fun, exciting events and charitable contributions. Since 1999, the brand has done 11 Fashion Week runway shows in New York and 2 in Los Angeles, working with some of the top photographers, djs, stylists and models in the industry.
Quigley collaborated with the Band Dispatch from 1999- 2007. In 2004 Dispatch played the largest concert in US indie history at the Hatch Shell in Boston and in 2007 was the first indie band to sell out Madison Square Garden. Skrapper has worked with Marc Chiat, Antoine Verglas, Ben Moon, Style Sessions, Stoked Mentoring, Yann Dandois, Cynthia Cortes, Vita Coco, Peter Weiss, Henry Buhl Foundation, Edwin Gould Services for Children, piano legend Paul Tillotson and The Love Trio, The Bradford Mill/Wheelhouse, CasaMigos, Russian Standard, Soldier Ride Hamptons, The Price Center Boston, Gabriela Pires Swimwear, Vanity Fair, Outkast, Lady Gaga Art Basel 2013, Sara Balint and Madonna Art Basel 2016, Children’s Museum of the Arts NY, and The Artists and Writers East Hampton Charity Softball Game.
His paintings have been exhibited globally at galleries and museums in New York, Los Angeles, ArtBasel, Germany, Venezuela, India, and Spain. His commissioned portraits and subjects include Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Trump; Muhammad Ali; Nat King Cole; Elizabeth Taylor; Michael Jordan; Mick Jagger; 50 Cent; Kobe Bryant; Eminem; Bruce Springsteen; Ed Sheeran; Audrey Hepburn; Tom Brady; Lin Manuel Miranda; Keith Richards; Arnold Schwarzenegger; Shaquille O’Neal; Johnny Cash; and many other cultural icons.