Artist Interview: ASVP

Brooklyn based street art duo ASVP have been a staple in the New York City street art scene for almost a decade now.  Known for their iconic imagery and attention to detail ASVP have reinvented themselves many times over the years.  The duo is once again preparing to unveil a completely new and larger scale body

Preview: Fat Free Art Present the 1st annual Bizarre Bazaar, a found art exhibition, 02/02/17 NYC

Fat Free Art is pleased to present the 1st annual Bizarre Bazaar, a found art exhibtion. This year’s show will feature art on found objets by the following tallented street artists: Icy+Sot, SUCKADELIC, Jules Muck, Free Humanity, Raphael Gonzalez, Curb Your Ego, JPO, ASVP, SacSix, loveMKM, Hektad, Frank Ape, City Kitty, Adrian Wilson, Urbanimal, Bianca Romero, what you willl leave behind, Matthew Stavro, Narcossist, Rep 1, E.F. Higgins, Douglas Higginbotham, Ivy Naté, Chika Yoshii, Tomaso Alberti, & Jonas Raider. 

Preview: D’Angelico Guitars as Reimagined by 14 Artists Featuring Nick Walker, Above, AVSP, and many more NYC

Throughout its history, the Quin hotel has hosted world-renowned artists and musicians, due to its location at 57th Street and Sixth Avenue in New York City, diagonally across the street from Carnegie Hall. Now, Quin Arts curator DK Johnston has combined these two artistic forms with a spirited mash-up in a group show featuring 14

ArtWhino: “Make Your Own Luck” by ASVP in Richmond

New-York based artists ASVP also travelled to Richmond, Virginia in order to participate in the Richmond Mural Project organized by ArtWhino. Entitled “Make Your Own Luck”, the duo quickly worked their way through this huge ladybug which will hopefully bring good luck to the local residents for years to come. ASVP is creating visual art with

Coverage: The LoMan Art Festival in Little Italy NYC Feat. Invader, Ron English, Hanksy, ASVP, Beau Stanton, BD White X JPO, Dain X Stikki Peaches, Whisbe, GILF!, Art is Trash, and Many More.

From August 5–9, 2015, the walls of lower Manhattan (Little Italy) sprung to life with The LoMan Arts Festival presented by the L.I.S.A. Project), New York City’s first-ever mural festival. The event’s inaugural year brought large-scale works by acclaimed mural artists to 21 lower manhattan neighborhoods, from 23rd Street to the South Street Seaport, in