May 18, 2008

Buff x D*Face x Fortress x TLP x Shepard Wall

Five infamously celebrated street artists converged on Lincoln Blvd. (btwn. Washington and Venice) this past few days  near Venice to hit a large wall installation.  Who ?  Buff Monster, D*Face, Flying Fortress, The London Police and Shepard Fairey.  Sweet lineup.   This looks great in person and pretty sweet in the pics too.  It's  really clean work on a large scale.  Click through for all the pics your eyes can handle.


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Oct 12, 2006

Tristan Eaton - NYC Murals

Tristan Eaton let the paint flow recently on two giant indoor murals -- nice  at the new BBH Ad Agency in Tribeca and naughty at Lit's VIP room.  Designer toys, graff, murals, commerical work -- Tristan does it all. 

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Jul 13, 2006

Amanda Visell @ Copro Nason

Amanda Visell will be a part of Copro Nason Gallery's One Year Anniversary show. This is going to be a huge show with tons familiar artists involved. The show will open this Saturday, July 15th from 8-11:30, so if you are looking for a good time, stop on by!!

Copro Nason Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave., T5
Santa Monica, CA

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Jun 20, 2006

Bottles by Jester


People's creativity and skills  never cease to amaze us.  Canvases are everywhere from streets to decks to toys to everyday common objects.  Jester has taken his graff skills and extended them to bottles and jars to  produce wicked one-of-a-kind pieces. 

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Mar 31, 2006

Lunartik: Odd IC

Depicting little Lunartik in a world of weirdness is what Odd IC is all about. This 20 limited edition digital canvase is 12" square by 1.5" Depth. Each is signed, numbered and runs at £60 ($US104). It is available through Octane3. Non UK buyers, please contact Octane3 before purchasing.

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Feb 08, 2006

Jermaine Rogers's Squire Letter Pressed Cards

Jermaine Rogers recently released his Squires for pre-order and they sold out in minutes. Didn't get your hands on the toy? Well, may be this will cheer you up. To coincide with the release of Squire, Letter Pressed is offering a limited edition, two-color fine art card for Jermaine's fans. This edition run is limited at 1,000 cards and each are numbered. They will only be sold in 5-card packs, and is priced at $16.50 per pack. Each pre-ordered pack comes with one card signed by Jermaine the man himself!!! Check out Letter Pressed to pre-order now for a late February, early March delivery.

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Jan 31, 2006

Dr. Bao's Debut @ Future Plastik

Dr. Bao is featuring his first work for Future Plastik with a custom hand painted vinyl record of a geisha playing a bamboo flute during Spring time. It is painted in mix medium of True Colorz spray paint, acrylic paint, ink and black fine liner. The vinyl is then elevated 1'' from the back of the frame and framed with a 16'' x 16'' wooden frame. Along with this vinyl, Future Plastik will also carry his Ho scale train graffiti. Both items are available via the website. Stay tuned to more Dr. Bao's work from Future Plastik.

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Jan 26, 2006

Gary Baseman and Toby invade Italy

What happens when Two Americans hit Italy? Straight from the man himself, Gary Baseman sent over these photos of him working on a huge canvas at an Action Painting event at Luisa via Roma in Florence. But I have to say the star of this trip seems to be Toby. Sorry Gary...Check out what happens when Toby takes in the sights of Florence.

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Jan 23, 2006

Yok and Draawer's Exhibition at The Asylum

Contemporary artists Yok and Draawer have gathered their talents together to bring you a collaborative exhibition. Heed Weed is to open on January 25th at The Asylum in Singapore and will run through until February 9th. Raised on beer and BBQs, Yok, an art school graduate was introduced to street art while on a trip to Europe and was inspired to start doing his own. Yok's characters are loosely based on gargoyles, in medieval times architects would place gargoyles on buildings to ward off evil spirits. Borrowing from this thought Yok places his handmade paper/painted gargoyles on city walls. He gets a kick out of seeing people looking up at his work puzzled. Yok has been involved in many exhibitions around the world including Singapore and held a few solo shows in Australia.

Draawer shares his hope, inspirations, nocturnal outburst, early morning excursions and attempts to challenge authorities through his Happy Chin® character, which has been painted, drawn, printed, sprayed and even sewn in various canvas, paper, wall and some unmentionables as seen in several group shows like “I pity the dolls” in New York, Stickpop show in Mexico, Sketches in Australia, 44boards in Ohio, LMAC’s zombies world tour and most recently, Curious Eidolon's Art + Heart Project in Melbourne, IDN Designedge 05 and Asylum's The Dinner Party in Singapore; his hometown.

Here are pics of some of Yok and Draawer's work. I bet whatever the artists may be painting, their characters manage to slowly sneak up on the unsuspecting  audience creating quite a stir!!  Here is your chance to get up close and personal with them at The Asylum.

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Jan 21, 2006

Dr. Bao Pham's Smashed Cans

Dr. Bao Pham, a dentist by profession but truly an artist by passion has turned up his newest art pieces, "Smashed Can Art". Yap, between patients, Bao smashed cans and turn them into pieces of colorful eye candy. With a whimsical imagination, what would have been trash is transformed into scenery art pieces.  I particularly like the dioramas in which Bao has creatively used the well blended smashed cans to compose the serene landscapes. Along with "recycling" cans, Bao had also mastered "recycling" old toys. Just take a look at what he did to the 1988 Fisher Price toy "Ernie". The head even rotates!! If you like what you see, drop Bao a line!!

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