Poster Child Prints recently released some new limited editions from Skullphone as a three part print series. Created in runs of 100, Gold Foil Grid, West Covina and Locksmith are $125, $75, and $50 respectively and come signed and numbered. Each piece features a version of the street artist’s iconic namesake and alternatively can also be purchased as a California Collection set at a discount. Discuss Skullphone here.
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Recently in Munich, Positive-Propaganda collaborated with another artist in their ongoing street art project (covered) of “establishing contemporary and socio-political art in urban spaces.” Invited in by the non-profit, Skullphone created several pieces using his usual style targeting Coca Cola’s deceptive “greenwashing” ads that positions their high sugar content soft drinks as supposedly healthy in their “Light” products. Utilizing his signature pointillism technique, the American artist painted a triptych that included the brand’s distinctive bottle, the lips of the consumer, as well his signature image that is also […]
Common Artist Project has recently collaborated with another artist with what looks to be their most complete apparel collection to date. Featuring the distinctive imagery of Skullphone, the new line includes options like shirts, pullovers, hoodies for both men & women. As always, everything is limited-edition, so don’t wait too long if you see something that interests you. Head over here if you want to make a purchase. Discuss Skullphone here.
The Wooster Collective recently celebrated their 10th anniversary of existence with a massive show at New York’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery. This robust exhibition was a celebration of street art & graffiti and included a veritable who’s who of the scene. Notable artists such as Shepard Fairey, Invader, Faile, JR, Anthony Lister, Ben Eine, Bast, Blek le Rat, Crash, Paul Insect, Judith Supine (seen above), Miss Van, Swoon, Ron English, London Police, Vhils, WK Interact, Zevs, How & Nosm, Aakashi Nihilani, DALeast, Skullphone, Cope2, and more were […]
Courtesy of our friends at the Ivory & Black Gallery in London, we have a set of some Skullphone swag to give away to one of our lucky readers. Included as part of the prize pack is a print, shirt, stickers, and socks from the Los Angeles-based street artist, who just recently had his show (covered) at the gallery extended through September 8th. To qualify for the contest, you need to leave a comment below and also like the Ivory & Black Facebook fanpage as […]
A couple weeks ago, the Ivory & Black in London opened their Skullphone showing entitled London, XX12. Featuring a new body of work created with his special technique utilizing dots and layered clear coats, the continuing series initially looks like digital LEDs from a distance – a reference to the street artist’s claim to fame – his digital billboard takeovers. Also included were some sculptures based on molds of his feet as well as some associated items. Discuss Skullphone here.
This Thursday, May 31st, The Standard Hotel in Downtown LA will be unveiling The Vertical Gallery, a reference to their stairwell which has acted as canvas for a number of select artists. Along with AIKO (seen above), others who have painted the walls include Deedee Cheriel, Anthony Lister, Juan Mendez, Eric Garcia, Skypage, Sage Vaughn, Luis Farfan, Curtis Kulig, and Skullphone. If you remember, the DTLA location of the hip chain has also hosted outdoor murals from artists like Mike Stilkey, Buff Monster, Dave Kinsey, […]
On Saturday night at New Image Art, Skullphone, who recently opened a joint show in New York with Curtis Kulig, decided to try his hand in co-curating a show which he entitled Pure Logo. This group show included the aforementioned Kulig as well as a diverse set of multimedia artists – Evan Gruzis, Curtis Kulig, Takeshi Murata, Cleon Peterson, Skullphone, Paul Wackers and Hugh Zeigler. The work included in the show explores “the omnipresence, necessity, form and functionality of logos as they metamorphose to communicate within […]
Urban artists Curtis Kulig and Skullphone recently opened their exhibition Scripture in New York’s Mallick Williams & Co. Each artist, known well for their outdoor installations, created indoor works for this show. Skullphone continued his ultra precise dot paintings (previously covered) which mimic his LED panel installations which we have come to enjoy. Utilizing a meticulous painting process of altering the size of the paint, he is able to create a visual conceptualization of what he is trying to communicate. Next, upon entering Curtis’ space […]
The last time we caught up with digital street specialist Skullphone in Los Angeles, it was a year ago at his show held at Subliminal Projects. The LA-based artist now returns with a project in collaboration with The Standard including The 6th Street Mural at The Standard, Downtown LA and The Box (see Tim Biskup & Ryan McGinness) at The Standard, Hollywood. Take a look at some of the footage in the video above and also make sure to head over to the Hollywood location tonight […]