Veteran street and gallery artists Maya Hayuk & Snoeman have joined forces to do what they do best… paint! Over the past week the two have been tirelessly creating as many protest signs as possible to supportive the Black lives Matter movement. Both are known for their use of bright colors and dripping motifs so
Craig Costello, aka KR, grew up in Queens, New York, where graffiti was part of the landscape and a symbol of the city. While living in San Francisco, he quickly garnered attention when his signature “KR” tag popped up throughout the city. As he became one of the more prominent figures on the streets on
The Brooklyn Museum unveiled the renowned French artist JR’s new massive outdoor mural in Domino Park in Williamsburg. This the latest mural in a series of murals he has made cross Brooklyn in connection with his Brooklyn Museum exhibition, JR: Chronicles currently on view. For this mural, titled “The Chronicles of New York”, he photographed
Our friend Shai Dahan recently wrapped up a 60 feet high up artwork on the streets of New York City in the USA. After moving to Sweden in 2010, Dahan began to create a new reinvention of the Swedish Dala Horse (Dalecarlian horse). Dahan began to paint the Swedish traditional Dala Horse as a realistic
aeSo, why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are. So, my name is RAE and I guess there’s also BK at the end of it sometimes when I’m doing street work, and I’m an artist from Brooklyn, New York. How long have you been in the street art world? I’d say 10 years plus.
So why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are? So, my name is Caledonia Corry. I also go by the artist moniker Swoon. And I’m here at 76 grand Street, setting up a different kind of show for me. And why is it different? It’s different because I have started to teach myself stop
Today is the debut show of London based artist Mr Cenz from 6:00-9:30 pm at 212 Arts, 523 East 12th Street in New York! For his exhibit entitled “Soul Searching” Mr Cenz delves deeper into the essence of his futuristic style by stripping back elements to focus on the raw abstract nature of his work.
STRANGE FUTURE is an exhibition by painter & muralist Tristan Eaton who is known for his maximalist collage and illustrative pop art style. The exhibition features a wide range of new works including large assemblages of spray paint on canvas, skateboard grip tape, auto body paint and laser etched textures.
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