GR Gallery is pleased to present “SUPER MATTER”, a cutting edge solo show featuring the urban art collaborative duo ASVP, revealing for the first time a completely new body of artworks. The show will unveil 18 fresh works including paintings, prints and site specific installations, expressly designed for this event and manufactured to throw the
Everyone’s favorite melty misfit Buff Monster is back with a gigantic new mural and solo show at Stolenspace Gallery in London opening this Thursday night! For this show Buff focused on an edition of small painting which all tell a story like a comic book, and intricate painting on smashed paint cans.
A year and half in the making, The Melty Manifesto explores the conceptual basis for my work and answers the question: “Why ice cream?” I discuss the importance of the Renaissance, the promise of social media, the future were living into and the reasons and methods for sharing creativity with the world. At the end,
Buff Monster is back with another installment of his beloved “Mr. Melty” series, but this time with sculptures cast in concrete! Each of them painstakingly sculpted from scratch and because of the medium has a personality each of their own. Thursday February 16th will be your first chance to snag one of these bad boys!
Street art pioneer Ron English is back with a new solo gallery show at the Allouche Gallery pop-up in the Meat Packing district in NYC entitled “Guernica”. For this new show Ron has integrated pop culture icons with the iconic imagery derived from Pablo Picasso’s legendary anti-war painting “Guernica”.
This past weekend was The Bushwick Collective’s 4rd annual block party featuring musical acts like Dj Evil Dee of Black Moon and Fat Joe who rocked the entire block while a plethora of street artists painted every usable wall surrounding the festivities. As always Buff Monster blessed the patrons by painting this new mural live.
It’s finally Spring time in New York City and all five boroughs are exploding with new street art. It seems like I need to take my camera everywhere I go and take photos of multiple artists work at each location. A couple weeks ago I was lucky enough to be asked by the king of
Tristan Eaton & Cycle recently visited NYC and were very hard at work! You can’t go anywhere in NYC without seeing some of there work it seems like. Eaton & Cyrcle spent 3+ days in Williamsburg (while completing at least 3 other pieces simultaneously) finishing this multi-part collaborative mural. Although the LA based artists ahd
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