Over the past four years Plastic Jesus has been using Los Angeles as his playground to showcase his witty brand of street art. Originally a photojournalist from the UK, Plastic Jesus moved to Los Angeles and taught himself how to cut stencils. Known for his in your face stencils and large sculptures Plastic Jesus has
Before there was Banksy, or Blek La Rat, or Dan Witz, or Ron English there was Richard Hambleton the god father of street art. Hambleton who is best known for his “Shadowman” images that were painted all over New York City in the 1980’s is back with a career spanning exhibition. Although Hambleton ran in
British stencil artist Penny is known for his super tiny and intricate works on anything from currency to items as small as a postage stamp. Penny is constantly pushing himself to create stencil works that are not only beautiful, but convey a message. Currently showing his work with Plastic Jesus at Krause Gallery in New York
The 69th Floor of 4 World Trade Center in lower Manhattan NYC welcomed over 50 world renowned street artists to paint every inch of the brand new office space. Artists involved with the project included Ron English, Basil Sema, Buffmonster, Cernesto, Chris RWK, Fanakapan, Gui Machado (Erasmo), Hellbent, Icy and Sot, Jack Fox, Rubin 415, Sonni, UR New York, joohee (sticky monger), Ian Ferguson, Hellbent, Chinon Maria, David Hollier, Scott Walker, Greg Frederick, Whisbe, Joe
The first lady of street art Swoon is back with a pop-up exhibit, featuring newly released sketches by Swoon Studio and limited edition prints by six world-renowned street artists Case Maclaim, Faith XLVII, Icy And Sot, Li-Hill, Miss Van, & Tavar Zawacki (Above) all benefiting her charity The Heliotrope Foundation.
Fat Free Art Gallery is pleased to present Fem•is•in: Women Artists Reimagine the Future, a group show and the debut exhibition at the gallery of artists: Alice Mizrachi, Diana McClure, gilf!, Jane Dickson, Janette Beckman, Lady Pink, Martha Cooper, SWOON, and Queen Andrea. Fem•is•in features some of the world’s top artists and photographers working at
SoCal native and now Red Hook, Brooklyn resident Beau Stanton has been traveling the world sharing his nautical themes on giant walls for the past ten years. A staple in the NYC street art scene, Beau is now heading off to Los Angeles to prepare for his largest solo show yet at Cory Helford Gallery where
Last week New Yorkers braved the frigid winds and snow flurries to check out the new solo show of Brooklyn based street artist Bäst. Best known for his complex collage work, army of wheat pastes seen all over the world, and his larger than life collaborations with artists like Faile, Bäst has made the jump from the streets to large
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