Brazilian artist Herbert Baglione recently visited Mexico City for the opening of his newest solo show “Obituary” @ Fifty24Mx gallery. The new show includes new paintings and installations by the artist. It is part of his continuing body of work he started at Contemporary Art Museum of Bogota in August of 2012, strongly inspired by death, human imperfection, and spiritual rebirth. The exhibition integrates photography, installation, drawing, and painting made with Baglione’s own blood. This radical method of creating art is actually turning his work process into […]
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American artist Amanda Marie spent May and June traveling around Europe, showing her work at fairs and making beautiful public street art along the way. She started her trip by visiting Germany where she introduced some new works @ Stroke Munich through Battalion Gallery, Amsterdam. As a main piece for the show, she made a beautiful And Off They Slowly Rode Together piece, a huge canvas showing her signature vintage-feel imagery and palette. It is in her recognizable style can be seen as lovely and […]
Rounding out the the group of artists invited to work inside the mural creation project at start-up incubator JuiceTank is Alice Mizrachi. This Queens native has a unique set of passions and talents as she’s been creating work on the streets and also been teaching art for the past decade. Taking a different approach to her other peers that have worked at JT, Alice focused her mural on “Love” as she feels this is the universal emotion that everyone experiences at some point in life. Per her […]
Mike Stilkey sent us some flicks of a recent mural he painted in Los Angeles. The 13 x 14 foot mural was painted outside of a photography studio in La Brea. We like how this furry guy brightens up his new home, and how his camera nods towards what’s inside the premises. Stilkey’s murals never fail to disappoint! Discuss Mike Stilkey here.
This past weekend, AM (along with our good friend Jasper Wong) was lucky enough to go on a mini tour of the murals in downtown Los Angeles, hosted by one of LA’s finest photographers – Estevan Oriol (after he gave us a tour of his spectacular studio that he shares with Mister Cartoon…more on that later). The piece that you see above is by Mister Cartoon and Toomer. It is one of LA’s most famous murals and has been the background for countless photographs and […]
When we were in Philly to check out Steve “ESPO ICY” Powers’ amazing “Love Letter” mural project (covered), we stopped by his center city headquarters to chat with the man himself and get a behind-the-scenes look at his work and creative process. Similar to Powers’ previous Coney Island studio opened in conjunction with Creative Time’s Dreamland Artists Club, his Philadelphia space is part studio, part working sign shop and part neighborhood hangout. With every wall covered with ephemera, art, jokes and junk, it’s clear that […]
We took the roadtrip down to the City of Brotherly Love to grab a cheesesteak (or two) and experience firsthand Steve Powers’ ambitious public art project entitled “Love Letter.” Powers (as ESPO ICY) and crew got back up on many of the same West Philadelphia rooftops that he used to hit back in the day, to paint dozens of murals on buildings along the Market Street elevated train line between 45th and 63rd streets.Together, the walls form a sentimental dialog between young lovers, but they […]